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Rotten Prod book review

Latest Book Review: ‘Rotten Prod: the unlikely career of Dongaree Baird’

27th February 2024

Emmet O’Connor’s Rotten Prod : the unlikely career of Dongaree Baird (UCD Press) is the latest publication to feature in the Book Reviews section of the Irish Labour History Society website. The full review, written by Brian Campfield, can be read here:

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James Connolly Socialist Nationalist and Internationalist by Liam McNulty

Review of James Connolly: Socialist, Nationalist and Internationalist added to website

26th February 2024

Mike Mecham’s review of James Connolly: Socialist, Nationalist and Internationalist has been added to the Society website. This review originally appeared in the Scottish Labour History Journal. The full review can be read here:

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Dónal Nevin 1924-2024: A Century of Achievement

6th February 2024

Now Available Online!  ‘Dónal Nevin 1924-2024: A Century of Achivement’ Irish Labour History Society Honorary President Francis Devine delivered the 2024 Dónal Nevin Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI) Lecture on Tuesday 13th February  in the Royal Irish Academy. The event, introduced by ICTU General Secretary Owen Reidy, is available to view online here: Dónal Nevin […]

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Book launch of Workers Politics and Labour Relations in Independent Ireland 1922 46 on 8 February

Launch of ‘Workers, Politics and Labour Relations in Independent Ireland, 1922-46’

19th January 2024

The launch of Workers, Politics and Labour Relations in Independent Ireland, 1922-46 is taking place in Hodges Figgins Bookshop Dublin on Thursday 8 February at 6PM. This important publication from Four Courts Press, authored by Dr Gerard Hanley of Dublin City University, is being launched by Professor Diarmaid Ferriter. RSVP for launch to Copies are […]

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