Saothar 39


2014 issue


  • Irish Labour History Society, 2013/14;
  • Francis Devine – ‘Hearing the Children Weeping’: Samuel Monro, 1846-1925, President, Belfast Trades Council & British TUC;
  • Gerard Madden – Bishop Michael Browne of Galway and Anti-Communism, 1937-1976;
  • Sinéad Ní Choncubhair – Brendan Corish: a life in politics, 1945-1977;
  • Aidan Seery, Liam McKenna, S. J. – The Catholic Workers’ College Dublin: a personal history;
  • Ida Milne – Gender, hierarchies and change: an oral history of Independent Newspapers since the 1960s;
  • Mary Jones – Working lives (essay);
  • James Curry – Labour lives, no. 16: Rosie Hackett, 1893-1976;
  • Theresa Moriarty – Resources in the ILHS archives, no. 2: Joan O’Connell’s papers and ‘the oldest claim of the trade union movement’;
  • Geraldine Curtin – Michael Davitt Museum, Straide, Co. Mayo (sources);
  • Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh – A breakthrough in Connolly scholarship (essay in review);
  • Reviews;
  • Events and exhibitions;
  • Obituaries;
  • Correspondence;
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