If you ever wondered why Anne Enright was chosen as first Laureate for Irish Fiction, this book will explain.
She wasn’t simply an obscure name on a family tree. Her name appeared in the archives, documents from which I could determine meaning.
Their schools were known for their tough discipline, but they deserve the country’s thanks.
Jaki McCarrick talks about the writing, at ‘white heat’, of her play, ‘Belfast Girls’.
Poetry and Paul Kelly’s preferences provide insight into the singer/songwriter’s mind.
A fascinating history of how feminism and nationalism converged to challenge traditional gender binaries at some key points in modern Irish history
Papers will range from Irish orphan stories, Mary Lee, women in the 1916 Rising and conscription, Irish nuns and identity, chain migration, women in World War 1, through to the 20th century ‘Troubles’ and abortion reform and neonatal deaths.
Mary Ann McMaster came to Australia under the Earl Grey Scheme.
Irish Language classes in Sydney, and history and archeology in Penrith and the Blue Mountains.
This book on Nano Nagle and her legacy casts a powerful gaze on the lives and culture of a body of nuns whose charism was particularly and importantly focused on girls