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  • Posts Tagged "1913"

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    1913 Lockout – Unfinished Business – Episode 5 – New Unionism & Beyond Dublin

    In the latest episode of the Lockout podcast series we look at the development of new unionism at the turn of the 20th century. This was the trade unionism of Connolly and Larkin(“Larkinism”), focused on […]

    Jan, 05

    1913 Lockout Podcast – Episode 4 – Media

    The fourth episode of the 1913 Unfinished Business series on the centenary of the Lockout takes a look at the history and influence of independent radical print media, and the role independent and critical media […]

    Dec, 14

    1913 Lockout Podcast – Episode 1 – Introduction

    The introductory podcast of the 1913 Unfinished Business series on the centenary of the Dublin Lock-out. The team look at Ireland and Dublin in the early twentieth century and introduce two of the key protagonists […]

    Dec, 11

    1913 Lockout Podcast – Episode 2 – Women of 1913

    The second episode of the 1913 Unfinished Business series on the centenary of the Lockout explores the role women played in the labour conflict. We speak to Dr. Ann Matthews – historian, author and now […]

    Mar, 08

    1913 Lockout – Unfinished Business – Episode 6

    In our final episode of the 1913 Lockout podcast series we look at how workers can organise today to meet the challenges we face. We take a critical look at the state of the Irish […]

    Nov, 01

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