Ireland in Rebellion, 1782-1916
This is a free 14 week online course about the making of modern Ireland looking at the period 1782 to 1916 and beyond. Beginning with the winning of legislative independence, and exploring the competing forces of constitutional nationalism and radicalism, it looks at the forces which led to the creation of the independent Irish state.
The course is presented by Professor Patrick Geoghegan
Course Handbook (PDF, 145kb)
NEWS & EVENTS
The School of Histories and Humanities will be holding module registration meetings for Visiting / Erasmus students tomorrow. The details are as follows:
EU and Non EU Visiting students (i.e. non-Erasmus): Wednesday 21st September between 2.00 and 4.30 p.m. in the Classics Seminar Room (6th floor, Arts Building). We will begin at 2.00 p.m. with a few short talks about the School, the Departments and the courses on offer.
Erasmus Students only: Wednesday 21st September between 4.30 and 6.00 p.m. in the Classics Seminar Room. We will begin at 4.30 p.m. with a few short talks about the School, the Departments and the courses on offer.
We are delighted that collaboration between the Bank of America, Merrill Lynch and the Department of History of Art and Architecture and Library, TCD on the Early Irish Manuscripts Project has been shortlisted for the Allianz Business to Arts Best Large Sponsorship Award 2016
The Early Irish Manuscripts Project has completed the digitization of the 9th century Gospel book known as the Garland of Howth and it is now available online. For the first time in its history, the manuscript can be viewed by people around the world.
Follow our blog about the project to learn more.
Professor Patrick Geoghegan discusses the 1916 Proclamation as a "triumph of inspiration" in the Irish Independent.