"This cemetery is a treacherous place". The Appropriation of Political, Cultural and Class Ownership of Glasnevin Cemetery, 1832 to 1909, Dr. Pat Callan
15 October 2019 @ 15.00
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This talk highlights the Irish diaspora's regard for Glasnevin as a national cemetery and considers a political battle during the 1900s over who should act as guardian of the advanced nationalist tradition within the cemetery.
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