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The man and his music: Gender representation, cultural capital and the Irish traditional music canon
(International Council for Traditional Music Ireland (ICTM Ireland), 2021-03-27)
Through a re-examination of canonical Irish traditional music texts and the music-making spaces and practices these inform, this paper proposes that Irish traditional music, as social practice, has normalised hegemonic ...
‘Sinn Féin permits … in the heels of their shoes’: Cumann na mBan emigrants and transatlantic revolutionary exchange
(Cambridge University Press, 2020-08-11)
The emigration of female revolutionary activists has largely eluded historical studies; their global movements transcend dominant national and regional conceptions of the Irish Revolution and challenge established narratives ...
'Sick on the Irish Sea, Dancing Across the Atlantic': (Anti)Nostalgia in women's diasporic remembrance of the Irish revolution
(Indiana University Press, 2021-03-01)
The substantial displacement of people following the Irish revolution (1916–1923), particularly of women, has little place in the state-sanctioned commemorative history of the period. This migration poses a number of ...
The women who had been straining every nerve: Gender-specific medical management of trauma in the Irish Revolution (1916-1923)
(Peter Lang, 2020-01)
Female revolutionaries suffered various traumas – including sexual trauma – during Ireland’s revolutionary period (1916–1923). This chapter draws on files from the Military Service Pensions Collection, personal accounts ...