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Dr Fionnuala Walsh 2h
At European Parliament with ⁦⁩ summer school. The ucd big 10 summer programme is on tour! ⁦
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Dr Fionnuala Walsh 19h
At the Irish College in Leuven with ⁦⁩ and our 64 American summer school students! Beautiful weather and congenial surroundings
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John McCafferty Jun 18
18 June 1155: the English Pope Adrian IV crowns Frederick Barbarossa as Holy Roman Emperor Despite an earlier stand-off Frederick leads the Pope's horse in procession (phgcom)
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UCD CHOMI Jun 17
Irish Medical Responses to Problem Drinking from Institutionalisation to Public Health: Part I by
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University College Dublin Jun 14
Replying to @IrishResearch
🇮🇪🇺🇸 Mr Matthew O’Brien: Fulbright Student Awardee ➡️ University of Illinois, Chicago His doctoral research focuses on black power grassroots activism in Chicago from 1968-1983 through a lens of political education and is funded by the Council
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Dr Catherine Cox Jun 14
Delightful surprise: 'Negotiating Insanity' is now available in paperback for £25. And very appropriate to get news while at .
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John McCafferty Jun 14
14June: feast Dogmael 6th saint, active in Pembrokeshire & Brittany (LHaigh/AberdareB)
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David Durnin Jun 11
Delighted to have received these from ! The Irish Medical Profession and the First World War is now available. 40% off for the next two days with the code HUMANITIES19:
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Royal Irish Academy Jun 11
Congratulations to Diarmaid Ferriter, historian was admitted as a Member of the Royal Irish Academy on 24 May 2019
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John McCafferty Jun 7
7 June 1555: Paul IV issues a Bull recognising as a Kingdom - the counterpart under Mary I to Henry VIII's 1541 creation of the kingdom from the previous Lordship of
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UCD Arts&Humanities Jun 6
🎥A young Irish woman in Co Mayo played a crucial role in the timing of the D-Day landings in World War II. Discover how on "The Story of D-Day Landing" documentary tonight 10:15pm on featuring insights from Prof. Robert Gerwarth
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UCD Festival Jun 6
Fantastic interview with on newstalk with this morning! Come and see how has changed in the past 50 years at this Saturday, register your place now:
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John McCafferty Jun 5
5 June 1646: At the battle of Benburb Co. Tyrone Owen Roe O'Neill inflicts losses of 3,000 on the Covenanters forcing the general Robert Munro back into
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UCD Arts&Humanities May 27
🎧 Listen back to lecturer Paul Rouse discussing the history of Religion in the
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DIFP May 31
1941 Dublin's North Strand was bombed by the Luftwaffe; this image shows the aftermath on Summerhill Parade. Our from is the official Irish protest to Germany about the incident; read it online here:
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History Hub.ie May 31
For more information on applying for the MA Public History
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John McCafferty May 31
31 May 1533: City of stages 9 pageants to celebrate Anne Boleyn's entry to the city (PAC) She was crowned the next day
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John McCafferty May 30
30 May 1332: Richard Fitzralph, future Archbishop of confirmed as Chancellor of by the bishop of Lincoln An anti-mendicant, some 16th century were convinced Fitzralph had translated the into
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History Hub.ie May 29
For the final part of our series with - 'From the Archives: Public History' - Dearbhla Fay (Public History MA 2018) examines an autograph book containing signatures of those involved in the republican movement, 1916-1918 (Ms. 50,135)
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John McCafferty May 29
29 May 1658: d. Christopher Wren, Dean of , the father of Christopher Wren architect & brother of Matthew Wren, bishop of
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