Glasnevin Trust and Trinity College Dublin have announced details of their Spring Lecture Series: Becoming revolutionary: The year before 1916. The series aims to explore what the Irish revolutionaries were doing in 1915 and to interrogate the lives and thoughts of some of the not-so-famous revolutionaries.
Thursday 19 Feb: 'We can fight and we can die': Michael Mallin and the Irish Citizen Army,
with Brian Hughes
Thursday 26 Feb: Tom and Kathleen Clarke: The final year, with Helen Litton
Thursday 5 March: General Maxwell: Maker of martyrs, with Eunan O'Halpin
Thursday 12 March: Rosie Hackett: Bridging the divide - trade unionist, nationalist and women's
rights activist, with Maeve Casserly
Thursday 19 March: "This awful calamity in Europe": Casement in Germany, 1915, with
Séamas Ó Síocháin
Thursday 26 March: Elizabeth O'Farrell before 1916, with Sinead McCoole
Venue: The Prospect Gallery, Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, Finglas Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 11.
Admission fee: €10 per lecture or €40 for the series
Booking essential: Tickets, email or telephone to (0)1 882 6550.