Tag Archives: James Connolly

34 Irish Labour After 1916

In the aftermath of the Russian Revolution and the Easter Rising, the Irish Labour movement found itself in a new state of ferment. How did Irish Labour fare after James Connolly’s death in 1916? How did the trade union movement rebuild itself? What was its role in the independence movement? This lecture explores these questions. Brian Hanley is an historian and author of many books on Irish Republican history. The lecture was delivered in the Teachers’ Club in Dublin on the 22nd of February 2017 as part of the People’s College lecture series ‘Ireland in a World of Revolutions’ organised by John Dorney.

26 Howth Gun Running

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On this episode, we discuss the landing of arms for the Irish Volunteers in Howth in 1914.  We also discuss the Bachelor’s Walk Massacre that happened that same day.  We were joined by Pádraig Yeates.  Pádraig Yeates is a distinguished social and labour historian and the author of Lockout, the standard work on the great 1913 labour dispute. He is also author of the acclaimed A City in Wartime, A City in Turmoil and A City in Revolution.

21 Locked Out: A Century of Irish Working – Class Life

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On this episode the presenters are joined by Dr. David Convery to discuss a new collection of essays he has edited entitled ‘Locked Out: A Century of Irish Working – Class Life.’ The books features essays by Conor McCabe, David Convery, James Curry, Alan J.M. Noonan, Fiona Devoy McAuliffe, Donal Fallon, Sarah-Anne Buckley, Christopher J.V. Loughlin, David Toms, Sara Goek, Liam Cullinane and Michael Pierse.

9 Radicalism in the Irish community in Scotland & The historiography of early – modern Ireland

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In the first part of the show, Alex Ó Fhailghigh talks about radicalism in the Irish community in Scotland.

In the second part of the show, Pádraig Lenihan talks about the historiography of early – modern Ireland.