Selection Of Videos From ILHS 50th Anniversary Conference Now Available!

19th December 2023

Selection of Videos From Irish Labour History Society 50th Anniversary Conference Now Available Online! 

Videos from the Liberty Hall Theatre sessions at the Irish Labour History Society’s 50th Anniversary ‘Visions of Labour and Class in Ireland&Europe’ Conference held in September 2023 are now available to view on the Society YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@irishlabourhistorysociety854

Among the topics discussed in the sessions available to view online are:

  • the admission of the new Irish State to the International Labour Organisation and League of Nations in September 2023 with Francis Devine, Patricia O’Donovan and Gerry Finnegan
  • ‘Labour, class and labour history since 1980’ keynote address by Marcel van Der Linden
  • the workers’ republic as an inspiration for the revolutionary generation by Brian Hanley
  • towards a labour history of the great Famine by John Cunningham
  • a panel discussion on labour history in the 21st century
  • ‘Gender, Class and Labour History since 1980’ by Sarah-Anne Buckley
  • Oral history plenary session with Ida Milne and Tim Strangleman.

The Irish Labour History Society wishes to acknowledge the support of Dublin City Council, the wider trade union movement and particularly the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media whose support enabled the live streaming and recording of the conference as part of the Decade of Centenaries Programme 2012-2023.

 

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