Published Articles

This section features collections of articles published in partnership with UCD commemorating the Decade of Centenaries.

UCD/Irish Independent 1920 Collection

UCD and the Irish Independent collaborated to produce a series of 10 supplements, published between October 2015 and March 2016, to tell the story of 1916. The 1916 Collection covers the personalities, events, themes and legacy of this historic period. Below we have selected some of the key articles, writings and commentary from UCD academics. You will also be able to download the entire collection.

Two Deaths that shook the Nation
2020 Centenary Collection, Saturday, October 24, 2020

  • How British policy made martyrs out of republicans Dr Conor Mulvagh, Decade of Commemorations lecturer, UCD School of History The deaths of Terence MacSwiney and Kevin Barry fuelled the republican cause at a time when Crown forces treated the public as the enemy VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • My great-uncle Kevin Barry loved dancing, drinking, betting and flirting Síofra O’Donovan is the author of Yours ’Til Hell Freezes — A Memoir of Kevin Barry’ Síofra O’Donovan grew up in the shadow of her ‘boy-hero-great-uncle’. Here she tells how the teenage rebel lived life to the full as a UCD student — and how she found it hard to escape his ghostly presence. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Kevin Barry: willing to kill ... and die for his cause Eunan O’Halpin, Author of ‘Kevin Barry: An Irish Rebel in Life and Death’ There was an outcry when the youthful UCD medical student was sentenced to be executed, but he was unlikely to have ever regretted his killing of a British soldier. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • MacSwiney’s hunger strike eclipsed his achievements Gabriel Doherty is a lecturer in the school of history at University College Cork Global sympathy for plight of Corkman has earned him place in history but reduces him to circumstances of his death. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Bloody Sunday
2020 Centenary Collection, Saturday, November 21, 2020

  • Coming to America: how Dev harnessed the Irish diaspora Dr Gessica Cosi’s doctoral thesis at UCD was titled ‘Atlantic Connections: Éamon de Valera, the United States and Irish America, 1917-1921’. She is a former visiting fellow at the UCD Clinton Institute and UCD School of History Éamon de Valera’s 18-month tour of the US acted as a catalyst for international support for Ireland’s cause. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Bloody Sunday, in the words of those who were there by Katherine Donnelly The Military Archives in Dublin provide a treasure trove with first-hand accounts of exactly what went on in the fight for Irish freedom. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Retracing the footsteps of the Collins Squad assassins Martin Cregg is a photographer and educator living in Dublin. The geography of the IRA’s attacks on the British intelligence network in Dublin reveals so much of the back-story to the fateful day, VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • ‘There were splashes of blood on the walls’ Caroline Woodcock is the author of the memoir 'Experiences of an Officer's Wife in Ireland' A British officer’s wife remembers an IRA raid VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Fake news, propaganda and the war for hearts and minds by Kim Bielenberg Crown forces staged the ‘Battle of Tralee’ but it all happened in Dalkey, as exposed by the Irish Independent. Truth was often a casualty in the conflict, VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • November 21, 1920 : How Bloody Sunday unfolded Catherine Holmes details the assassinations, indiscriminate slaughter and executions VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Independence days: who shot the best movie? Revolutionary-period films are a mixed reel, says Paul Whitington VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Kathleen Lynn: converted to republicanism through suffrage Mary E Daly is emeritus professor in Irish history at University College Dublin A pioneering doctor and a devout Protestant, Lynn brought a feminist, socialist slant to the campaign for independence. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Hacked off: how both sides intimidated and punished women Dr Mary McAuliffe is assistant professor in gender studies at University College Dublin The forcible cutting of hair was a key part of violence against women suspected of any connection with the enemy VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • ‘We were lined up against a wall with a firing party in front of us’ Tipperary player Thomas Ryan wrote of how he was captured, stripped naked and marched back to Croke Park, where he and his team-mates ‘fully expected to be shot’ VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • ‘Most Irish families have a connection to the Civil War’ Barry Andrews’ grandfather Todd was proud of his republicanism, writes Kathy Donaghy VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • ‘I rejoiced when we heard three English officers would be shot for every Irishman hanged’ Transcription and introduction by Dr Conor Mulvagh, assistant professor of modern Irish history at UCD The diaries of Celia Shaw reveal how the execution of UCD contemporary Kevin Barry converted so many to the republican cause VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Records of a spymaster, Bloody Sunday and the Michael Collins Papers Dr Conor Mulvagh is assistant professor of modern Irish history at the School of History, University College Dublin Documents give vital insight into the intense intelligence war that underpinned the bloodshed VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • The GAA’s complex relationship with the nationalist struggle Paul Rouse is professor of history at University College Dublin Bloody Sunday became a GAA touchstone, but the association was not initially in the vanguard of the revolution VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

The Kilmichael Ambush
2020 Centenary Collection, Saturday, November 28, 2020

  • Seismic events cloud explanation for fall in Protestant population Dr Marie Coleman is a graduate of University College Dublin and is a reader in modern Irish history at Queen’s University, Belfast. Evidence suggests economics and marriage rules led to migration but more sinister elements may have been a factor. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Reprisals on reprisals led to killings at Kilmichael Dr Eve Morrison is Canon Murray fellow in Irish history at St Catherine’s College, Oxford. ‘Counter murder’, Britain’s extraordinary alternative to peace talks, polarised public opinion and triggered Tom Barry’s fatal ambush on a company of Auxiliaries in West Cork. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • ‘The Irish were Egyptians long ago’ Hussein Omar is assistant professor in modern global history at University College Dublin. As England’s oldest colonial territory, Ireland was evoked both as model and warning in Egypt. through such globe-spanning analogies. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Propaganda, espionage and frenzied bloodshed Eilis O'Brien is the Director of Communication and Marketing at University College Dublin. Archbishop of Perth pursued peace talks after his nephew was killed in Bloody Sunday atrocities but the conflict rumbled on. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

The Burning of Cork
2020 Centenary Collection, Saturday, December 12, 2020

  • A city left devastated as arson followed ambush. Catherine Holmes, MA in public history at University College Dublin Under martial law, British forces had permission for ‘official’ reprisals.After an IRA attack outside a barracks, this reached its grim zenith in the Burning of Cork. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • ‘People want their history told with truth and objectivity’ Dr Maurice Manning is chancellor of the National University of Ireland and chairman of the Expert Advisory Group on Centenary Commemorations The next phase of the decade of centenaries presents major challenges. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • A law unto themselves: the impact of jury intimidation Dr Mark Coen is lecturer in law at UCD Sutherland School of Law Nationalists undermined the British administration of justice in Ireland with two central tactics, VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Compromise of ‘Partition Act’ created a long legacy Thomas Mohr is assistant professor at UCD Sutherland School of Law The Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921 is often blamed for sectioning off the North, but the division was already established VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

UCD/Irish Independent 1916 Collection

UCD and the Irish Independent collaborated to produce a series of 10 supplements, published between October 2015 and March 2016, to tell the story of 1916. The 1916 Collection covers the personalities, events, themes and legacy of this historic period. Below we have selected some of the key articles, writings and commentary from UCD academics. You will also be able to download the entire collection.

Patrick Pearse and the Road to Rebellion
1916 Collection 1, Friday 16 October 2015

  • Parliamentarians to paramilitarians, Dr Conor Mulvagh, Decade of Commemorations lecturer, UCD School of History Electoral politics and physical force were not ideologies in Ireland – they were tactics VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Patrick Pearse – the many faces of an unlikely revolutionary, Dr Regina Uí Chollatáin, lecturer in Modern Irish History and Head of School, UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies and Folklore Patrick Pearse – the son, the poet, the teacher, the barrister, the political activist VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Pearse and the martyrdom complex, Dr Richard McElligott, lecturer in Modern Irish History, UCD School of History More of an orator than a military leader VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • A boy in the shadow of his brother, Dr Leanne Blaney, social and transport historian who recently completed her PhD in the UCD School of History. Loyal to the very end, William ‘Willie’ Pearse’s contribution to the Rising was humble but shouldn’t be forgotten VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Asquith’s flawed Irish compromise, Professor Ronan Fanning, Professor Emeritus of Modern Irish History at UCD The British prime minister’s delay and indecision ultimately condemned Ireland to partition VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • John Redmond, Donal Fallon, author and historian currently researching republican commemoration and memory at UCD Mini Profile VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Edward Carson, Dr Richard McElligott, lecturer in Modern Irish History, UCD School of History Mini Profile VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, The Mother by Patrick Pearse, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Patrick Pearse and the Road to Rebellion - 1916 Collection 1, Friday 16 October 2015 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Joseph Plunkett and Assembling the Armies
1916 Collection 2, Thursday 29 October 2015

  • Assembling armies and acquiring arms, Dr Conor Mulvagh, Decade of Commemorations lecturer, UCD School of History The years leading up to the Rising saw plenty of activities as the Irish nationalists began to make long-term plans VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Joseph Mary Plunkett, ailing writer who shaped the rebellion, Dr Conor Mulvagh, Decade of Commemorations lecturer, UCD School of History Military tactician of the Rising who married shortly before his execution in Kilmainham Gaol VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Kathleen Lynn, the rebel commander who founded a hospital, Professor Mary E Daly, President of the Royal Irish Academy and emeritus professor, UCD School of History The inspirational doctor who fought with the Citizen Army and for the health of Dublin’s poor VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • IRB, revolution is in the air, Dr Richard McElligott, lecturer in Modern Irish History, UCD School of History The Irish Republican Brotherhood’s revival played a key role in the planning of 1916 VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Home Rule joust laid foundations for insurrection, Dr Paul Rouse, lecturer in Irish History and Sport History, UCD School of History Irish political landscape of the time VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, I See His Blood Upon The Rose by Joseph Plunkett, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Joseph Plunkett and Assembling the Armies - 1916 Collection 1, Thursday 29 October 2015 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Eoin MacNeill and Planning the Rebellion
1916 Collection 3, Thursday 12 November 2015

  • Planning the rebellion, Dr Richard McElligott, lecturer in Modern Irish History, UCD School of History Just what the overall aims of the IRB’s Military Council were are not clear, but their mistakes in the planning meant the 1916 Rising was unlikely to succeed VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Eoin MacNeill, UCD’s scholar revolutionary, Dr Maurice Manning, Chancellor if the National University of Ireland The historian and language activist who made a crucial intervention which hindered the Rising’s chances of success VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Roger Casement, Donal Fallon, author and historian currently researching republican commemoration and memory at UCD Born in Dublin and schooled in Ballymena, Sir Roger Casement had the history of Ireland at his fingers’ ends VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Seeking aid from the Kaiser, Dr Emma Lyons, UCD School of History Roger Casement and Joseph Plunkett’s undercover operations in Germany VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Casement’s final voyage, John de Lacy, retired Irish Defence Forces company sergeant and 2015 UCD history graduate His dalliance with the Germans and the ill-fated journey of the Aud led to the hangman’s rope VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Oh to be from Rathmines, Dr Joseph Brady, UCD School of Geography The social and physical landscape of Dublin on the eve of the Rising VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, The Foggy Dew by Canon Charles O’Neill, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Eoin MacNeill and Planning the Rebellion - 1916 Collection 3, Thursday 12 November 2015 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Seán MacDiarmada and the Leaders of the Rising
1916 Collection 4, Thursday 26 November 2015

  • Seán Mac Diarmada, Inspiring the next generation, Donal Fallon author and historian currently researching republican commemoration and memory at UCD The boy from Leitrim who was happy that his martyrdom would reinvigorate a sleeping nation VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Bulmer Hobson, Hobson’s Choice, Shane Browne, MA graduate of UCD School of History specialising in Modern Irish History Kidnapped on the eve of the Rising to prevent him interfering with it, he has been written out of its history VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • The GAA and the Rising, Dr Paul Rouse, lecturer in Irish History and Sport History, UCD School of History The organisation claimed it played a major role, but the truth is more complex VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • The 11th hour, Colm O’Flaherty, MA graduate of UCD School of History The days before the Rising saw intense debars around the city before Pearse gave the order: ‘We start operations at noon’ VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Daly’s eyes ‘filled with tears’ at the order to surrender, Dr Emma Lyons, UCD School of History Edward Daly was the commander of 1st Battalion during the Rising VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • A league of extraordinary gentleman, Dr Richard McElligott, lecturer in Modern Irish History, UCD School of History The Gaelic League was a breeding ground for rebels VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, The Wayfarer by Patrick Pearse, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Seán MacDiarmada and the Leaders of the Rising - 1916 Collection 4, Thursday 26 November 2015 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Éamonn Ceannt and the Rising Erupts
1916 Collection 5, Thursday 10 December 2015

  • The Rising erupts, Donal Fallon author and historian currently researching republican commemoration and memory at UCD On Easter Monday morning, ther rebels began to gather at Liberty Hall, St. Stephen’s Green and other parts of the city. As shots began to ring out, Patrick Pearse stood outside the GPO and began to read the Proclamation VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Éamonn Ceannt, gunman in the shadow, Dr Aoife Whelan, recently completed a PhD in UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies and Folklore Perhaps the least known of the Proclamation’s signatories, Éamonn Ceannt is nonetheless and important figure VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Cathal Brugha, a very complex patriot, Fergus O’Farrell recently completed his MA thesis on Cathal Brugha at the UCD School of History The republican who refused to surrender VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Sean Heuston, Heuston’s station, Dr Richard McElligott, lecturer in Modern Irish History, UCD School of History Dogged defence of the Mendicity Institution lead to execution VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • The Proclamation, Dr Richard McElligott, lecturer in Modern Irish History, UCD School of History Irishmen and Irishwomen: In the name of God and of the dead generations from which she receives her old traditions of nationhood, Ireland, through us, summons her children to her flag and strikes for her freedom VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, Easter 1916 by W B Yeats, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Éamonn Ceannt and the Rising Erupts - 1916 Collection 5, Thursday 10 December 2015 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

James Connolly and the six-day rebellion
1916 Collection 6, Thursday 7 January 2016

  • Six days at Easter 1916, Dr Paul Rouse, lecturer in Irish History and Sport History, UCD School of History The story of the week that changed the course of Irish History VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • James Connolly, the street fighter, Dr Darragh Gannon, UCD, currently Curatorial Researcher to the National Museum of Ireland’s ‘Proclaiming a Republic: The 1916 Rising’ exhibition Born and raised in Edinburgh, this leader of men was a critical figure in the GPO VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • The O’Rahilly, a true driving force, Dr Leanne Blaney, social and transport historian who recently completed her PhD in the UCD School of History The wealthy Kerryman who ‘wound the clock’ on the Rising and heard it strike VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Cornelius ‘con’Colbert, from a boy scout to rebel leader with a cause, Dr Leanne Blaney, social and transport historian who recently completed her PhD in the UCD School of History Limerick native wept openly when told he had to surrender VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, Connolly by Liam MacGabhann, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • James Connolly and the six-day rebellion - 1916 Collection 6, Thursday 7 January 2016 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Thomas MacDonagh and the Poets’ Revolt
1916 Collection 7, Thursday 21 January 2016

  • A poets’ revolt, Dr PJ Mathews, Senior Lecturer, UCD School of English, Drama and Film How culture heavily influenced the Rising and its leaders VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Laughter and tears, Dr PJ Mathews, Senior Lecturer, UCD School of English, Drama and Film Theatre was the centre of entertainment and so varied – even anti-Irish at times – one hundred years ago VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Thomas MacDonagh, charm offensive, Catherine Wilsdon, Research Associate at UCD Humanities Institute and co-director of the Irish Revival Network Thomas MacDonagh’s intense political nationalism was the backdrop to him leading 150 men to seize the Jacob’s biscuit factory in 1916 VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • John MacBride and Michael O’Hanrahan, the Jacob’s boys, Frank Bouchier-Hayes, a librarian at UCD who has written for History Ireland and Catherine Wilsdon, Research Associate at UCD Humanities Institute Both were executed after supporting Thomas MacDonagh in the Jacob’s biscuit factory in 1916 VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Estella Solomons: a portrait of the artist as a Republican, Dr Róisín Kennedy, Lecturer UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy Painter concealed ammunition in her studio VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • ‘One of us’ when Arnold met Patrick, Professor Harry White, UCD School of Music The encounter between composer Arnold Bax and Patrick Pearse VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Wonderful beauty of Ireland’s rebel poems, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film The insurrection inspired a vibrant body of work VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, Wishes For My Son, Born On St Cecilia’s Day, 1912 by Thomas MacDonagh, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Thomas MacDonagh and the Poets’ Revolt - 1916 Collection 7, Thursday 21 January 2016 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Constance Markievicz and the women of 1916
1916 Collection 8, Thursday 4 February 2016

  • Equality was a cornerstone of Proclamation, Dr Mary McAuliff, lecturer on gender history, UCD Women’s Studies Importance to women activists of the promise of equal citizenship cannot be underestimated VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Constance Markievicz, aristocratic leader of men, Dr Conor Mulvagh, Decade of Commemorations lecturer, UCD School of History The 1916 story sought a handy Joan of Arc figure and this daughter of the gentrified world fitted the bill VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Elizabeth O’Farrell, the woman airbrushed from history, Dr Catherine Cox, UCD School of History Nurse was trusted confident of rebel leaders before and after the Rising VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Second class citizens in health of the nation, Dr Susannah Riordan, UCD School of History Improvements were experienced unevenly VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Michael Mallin, ‘I am prepared’, Dr Darragh Gannon, UCD, currently Curatorial Researcher to the National Museum of Ireland’s ‘Proclaiming a Republic: The 1916 Rising’ exhibition Commandant who claimed to be a mere foot soldier at the St Stephen’s Green garrison VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Women, suffrage and class, Dr Mary McAuliff, lecturer on gender history, UCD Women’s Studies The groundwork for equality was laid well before events of 1916 VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, Comrades by Eva Gore-Booth, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Constance Markievicz and the women of 1916 - 1916 Collection 8, Thursday 2016 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Thomas Clarke and the surrender, trials and execution
1916 Collection 9, Thursday 18 February 2016

  • Sixteen Nails in the Coffin, Dr Leanne Blaney, social and transport historian who recently completed her PhD in the UCD School of History With the GPO ablaze, the end of the insurrection came swiftly – with deadly consequences for its leaders VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • A legal Travesty, Dr Niamh Howlin, lecturer, UCD Sutherland School of Law Examination of the evidence in Roger Casement’s London trial – the only full court hearing afforded one of the rebels VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, Sixteen Dead Men by Willian Butler Yeats, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Thomas Clarke and the surrender, trials and execution - 1916 Collection 9, Thursday 18 February 2016 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

Terence MacSwiney and the legacy of the Rising
1916 Collection 10, Thursday 3 March 2016

  • After the shooting stopped, Professor Mary E Daly, President of the Royal Irish Academy and emeritus professor, UCD School of History How Irish politics was transformed in the Rising’s aftermath VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • How Dev escaped execution in 1916, Professor Ronan Fanning, Professor Emeritus of Modern Irish History at UCD The series of lucky breaks that spared the life of the future President VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Terence MacSwiney, triumph of blood sacrifice, Dr Cathal Billings, lecturer in modern Irish, UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies and Folklore How the Cork republican’s martyrdom inspired revolutionaries around the world VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • As dust settled, whose Ireland was it anyway? Dr Conor Mulvagh, Decade of Commemorations lecturer, UCD School of History Building a nation from rubble of 1916 was a process replicated on the pathway to freedom in several other countries VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Carry yourself as soldiers, Dr Emma Lyons, UCD School of History The fate that met the female rebels after the surrender in 1916 VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Igniting fire in minds of Irish men and women, Dr Thomas Murray, lecturer in equality studies, UCD School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice How revolutionary ideas were watered down in the 1922 Constitution VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • Thomas Kent agrarian agitator to forgotten volunteer, Dr Richard McElligott, lecturer in Modern Irish History, UCD School of History Grassroots protests over land reform ended in bloody siege at Kent family farm VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF
  • 1916 in verse, Imperial Measure by Vona Groarke, Dr Lucy Collins, lecturer in English, UCD School of English, Drama and Film VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF LISTEN TO AUDIO
  • Terence MacSwiney and the legacy of the Rising- 1916 Collection 10, Thursday, 3 March 2016 Download supplement in entirety VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF