A Changing Society: History talks with Maeve Casserly

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suffrageWednesday 9, 16, 23 May at 6.30pm and 6 June at 6.00pm in Terenure Library.

Series of history talks by Historian in Residence Maeve Casserly.

Wednesday, 9 May: Why 1918 Matters. Maeve will explore the importance of key events in this pivotal year in Irish and global history. From the Representation of the People Act, to the Conscription Crisis, the outbreak of the Spanish Flu to the end of the Great War, the impact of 1918 can still be seen today.

Wednesday, 16 May: Women at Work in World War One

Wednesday, 23 May:  Suffrage in the Suburbs.

Wednesday, 6 June: "Mutton doesn't pick well", food, fuel and making do during the Great War.

All talks are free. Booking is recommended.

Library: Terenure Library

 

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