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Workers Politics and Labour Relations in Independent Ireland

Annual General Meeting of the Society On Saturday 8 June

17th April 2024

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Irish Labour History Society is taking place on Saturday 8th June 2024. Members should have received notice, including the preliminary agenda, in the past fortnight. The formal business of the AGM will begin at 12.30PM. Copies of Saothar volume number 49, journal of the Irish Labour History Society, […]

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Book Launch – ‘Brave and Bold : the life and times of Marie Muldowney Woods’

1st April 2024

Book Launch on Saturday 27th April at 3PM The memoir of Marie Muldowney Woods ‘Brave and Bold’ is being launched at the Irish Labour History Society premises in Beggars Bush on Saturday 27 April at 3PM. ‘Brave and Bold’. We are delighted to announce that Ms Sabina Higgins, wife of the President of Ireland, will […]

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‘Dublin and the Great Irish Famine’ – book review by Donal Denham

25th March 2024

Donal Denham has contributed the following review of ‘Dublin and the Irish Great Famine’ (UCD Press, edited by Emily Mark-Fitzgerald, Ciarán McCabe and Ciarán Reilly).  https://www.irishlabourhistorysociety.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/Dublin-and-the-Great-Irish-Famine_book-review.pdf

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‘Mick Lynch the making of a working class hero’ Book Review

13th March 2024

The latest book review to be added to the Society website is Mick Lynch: the making of a working class hero. This book by Gregory Gall and published by Manchester University Press, is reviewed by Brian Campfield former General Secretary of NIPSA and former President of ICTU. The full review can be read here: https://www.irishlabourhistorysociety.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/Review-of-Mick-Lynch-the-making-of-a-working-class-hero.pdf

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