Trinity College Dublin and Glasnevin Trust this year present lectures by distinguished speakers on the topic of their own family experiences during times of war and revolution.
Min Ryan, "a pusher who always wanted to be in the centre of things" and her revolutionary sisters. By Dr. Karin Bacon, Marino Institute of Education
'Lesser lights?' The Moloneys of Tipperary town and the Irish revolution, 1916-1923'. By
Professor Eunan O'Halpin, Trinity College Dublin
Lost Medals and Old Photographs: Relatives in the British Army during WW1. By
Neil Richardson, Maynooth University
The Pros and Cons of Having a Revolutionary in the Family: The impact of having Sighle Humphreys as a grandmother and The O'Rahilly as great-granduncle. By
Manchán Magan, Journalist and Author
All lectures started at 7pm and will be held in the Museum's Milestone Gallery, Glasnevin Cemetery. Dublin 11
Museum Opening Times:
Closed until April, 19th.
The Tower Café - Closed until April, 19th.
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