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Galway - Event Notice
Friday April 27 2012
06:30 PM

Young Historians panel

category galway | history and heritage | event notice author Thursday April 19, 2012 20:06author by John Cunningham - - n -author email john.cunningham at nuigalway dot ie Report this post to the editors

at the Cuirt literary festival

6.30 pm, Mechanics Institute, Middle Street, Galway

Three short interesting talks from three lively and highly original historians

John Borgonovo: Irish Women, American Sailors, and Catholic Vigilantes in Cork, 1917-1918
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Sonja Tiernan: ‘Drunkenness, immorality, misery and frequently suicide;’ the protection of barmaids and the defeat of Winston Churchill by Countess Markievicz an Eva Gore-Booth.
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Niall Whelehan: ‘The Boys’: young men and Ribbonism in post-Famine Ireland.

Admission charge is 8 euros (6 concession). Booking via Town Hall, 091-569777.

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