Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Timely discounts and events for St Pat's week
Order before the end of March and the price will be only €25, that's a whole one-third off the regular price. Full details.
The news does not mark the end of the famous Encyclopaedia, however. Online versions are updated continuously and are interactive. Subject matter is wide and includes biographies, historic events and perspectives, and timelines, and other subjects that can help us better understand our ancestors' lives. Check it out for yourself — the publishers are making the content of the website free until Monday 19th.
Glasgow's Women's Library on Thursday 15th March to share stories about your female relatives who made the journey.
Friday 16 March, as part of the Clifden 200 celebrations.
The round table discussion The War of Independence: ‘Four glorious years’ or squalid sectarian conflict? will be chaired by History Ireland's editor, Tommy Graham. On the panel are Mary Harris (UCG), Conor McNamara (Notre Dame), Cormac Ó Comhraí and Pádraig Óg Ó Ruairc (UL). Venue: Station House Theatre, Clifden. 7pm. €10. Booking.
Saturday 17 March. Tony Murray of the Irish Studies Group at London Metropolitan University will present a lively lecture on London's oldest migrant community. Expect discussion and debate. 2-4pm. £8. Details.
Posted by Claire Santry, Irish Genealogy News