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Galway - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Research seminar on Labour and Society at NUI Galway

category galway | history and heritage | event notice author Monday January 26, 2015 10:38author by John Cunningham - Irish Centre for the Histories of Labour & Class Report this post to the editors

Labour & Class in 20th century Ireland

Tuesday afternoon, 27 January, 4 pm to 6 pm, Hardiman Library Building, Room 1001
Three short presentations, followed by discussion. Adm. free; all welcome.
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Gerard Madden, 'The NUJ & Catholic anti-communism in mid-20th century Ireland'
Luke Dineen, 'The Labour movement in Cork & Derry, 1917-23'
Ruairí Gallagher, 'Labour militancy in Belfast & Glasgow, 1915-22'
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Three young scholars will present some of their research at NUI Galway, next Tuesday, 4 - 6 pm. All welcome. Please SHARE Organised by the the Irish Centre for Histories of Labour and Class

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author by auld union fellow - men of no propertypublication date Mon Jan 26, 2015 19:54author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Hi John. Sounds really interesting. Can't be in Galway tomorrow, but if there's any plans to put it on in Dublin or elsewhere, do please post here. I'm an old-fashioned facebook refusenik so here is good! Or maybe you could put up slides, audio, video or whatever is possible. Thanks.

 
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