Literature

photographic image of Irish-American poet Lola Ridge

Historical Memory 2: Fired! Irish Women Poets And The Canon by Dick Edelstein

Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon

The Founding of the Fired! Movement Fired! Irish Women Poets and the Canon is a collective that became publicly known in 2017. It emerged from discussions among a group of women of varied backgrounds in both Northern Ireland and the Republic who shared a common interest in the status of women in the arts, and it was launched in response to the publication of the current edition of the Cambridge Co ...

An image of Gulliver

Milltown Collection

Houses of the Oireachtas Library

The collection is particularly notable for the Journals of the pre-Union House of Commons and House of Lords in Ireland. There is a considerable number of 18th century publications relating to the governance of England and Ireland - statutes, votes and parliamentary debates - as well as more general literary and historical material such as the works of Jonathan Swift, poetry, almanacs, histories o ...

Elaborate sketch of a king and queen

FitzGerald Collection

Houses of the Oireachtas Library

The collection contains a large amount of literature, opera, poetry and plays. There is also a large body of work regarding the War of Spanish Succession (1701-1714) and some general histories of Irish cities, European countries and important monarchs. There are several items relating to the ‘Surplus Revenues Dispute’ of the mid-18th century which are quite historically important. The general body ...

Cardinal Cahal Daly

Daly Collection

Queen's University Belfast, Special Collections

Cardinal Cahal Daly (1917-2009) bequeathed his entire personal library to Queen's in 2009. It is a collection of ten thousand books, journals and pamphlets, mostly of theological, philosophical, and Irish historical and cultural interest. The Cardinal Daly Seminar Room on the First Floor of the McClay Library also contains a bust of Cardinal Daly and four Charles McAuley oil paintings also kindly ...

RESEARCH PIONEERS: A Series Number 12: Tina O'Toole

Irish Women's Writing (1880-1920) Network

A series of interviews by scholars who have focused on Irish Women's writing 1880 through 1920 gave interviews regarding such scholarship.

RESEARCH PIONEERS: A Series Number 11: Julie Anne Stevens

Irish Women's Writing (1880-1920) Network

A series of interviews by scholars who have focused on Irish Women's writing 1880 through 1920 gave interviews regarding such scholarship.

RESEARCH PIONEERS: A Series Number 10: Mary S. Pierse

Irish Women's Writing (1880-1920) Network

A series of interviews by scholars who have focused on Irish Women's writing 1880 through 1920 gave interviews regarding such scholarship.

RESEARCH PIONEERS: A Series Number 09: Elke D'hoker

Irish Women's Writing (1880-1920) Network

A series of interviews by scholars who have focused on Irish Women's writing 1880 through 1920 gave interviews regarding such scholarship.

RESEARCH PIONEERS: A Series Number 08: David Clare, Fiona McDonagh, Justine Nakase

Irish Women's Writing (1880-1920) Network

A series of interviews by scholars who have focused on Irish Women's writing 1880 through 1920 gave interviews regarding such scholarship.

RESEARCH PIONEERS: A Series Number 07: Margaret Kelleher

Irish Women's Writing (1880-1920) Network

A series of interviews by scholars who have focused on Irish Women's writing 1880 through 1920 gave interviews regarding such scholarship.