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Fostering an Irish identity through art: A letter from Sylvester O'Halloran (1728-1807) to James Barry (1741-1806) in May 1791
(Cork Historical & Archaeological Society, 2010)
In 1843 an article from the secretary of the Cork Art-Union, which had appeared originally in the Southern Reporter, was sent to and published on page 12 of The Nation on the 2 December 1843. Included with this article was ...
Central places in a rural archaeological landscape
(Eagle Hill Institute, 2018)
Archaeological survey in western Ireland has identified the existence of clusters of activity within the mapped landscapes of the 5th to 12th centuries A.D. Exploring this further, it is possible to identify elements ...
From Milan to Kilbaha: Bronzing Irish traditional music
(Irish American Cultural Institute, 2019)
Monuments represent important anchoring devices, tying “collective remembering” to physical places and mobilizing a sense of shared memory and identity consolidation (Rowlands and Tilley 500).1 In the specifically Irish ...
The crustiest and most personally unbiddable of instruments : Éamonn Ceannt and the pipes
(Na Píobairí Uilleann, 2016-04)
É is perhaps one of the least AMONN CEANNT well-known leaders of the 1916 Rising. De- 1 scribed variously as a reserved, quiet, somewhat taciturn and private figure, he has been easily eclipsed by ies amongst the other ...
"Ní cathair mar a tuairisg í": (Mis)Representing the American city in the literature of the Gaelic Revival?
(Irish American Cultural Institute, 2018)
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