Features

  • Irish exiles in the US knew about the Easter Rising before the news reached most of their relatives back home.

    READ MORE
  • If the August 1915 funeral of Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa was a portent of the Irish Volunteers’ military strength, British authorities were given an even clearer picture just five weeks before the Easter Rising began.

    READ MORE
  • Professor Joe Lee ponders how different things might have been but for so many mishaps in 1916.

    READ MORE
  •     Secondary school teachers across the country can register to download free educational resources based on the much-anticipated Atlas […]

    READ MORE
  • The origins of the modern Irish republican movement are generally traced back to the creation of the Society of United Irishmen during the ideological ferment generated in the late 18th century by the Enlightenment and French revolution.

    READ MORE
  • News & Events

    University College Cork, Western Road, Cork, Ireland   |    +353(21) 480 2110   |   [email protected]
    Copyright © UCC 2015/Irish Examiner 2015   |   Website by Doodle