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A capital in conflict Dublin city and the 1913 Lockout – Published April 5th, 2013 March 25, 2013

Posted by WorldbyStorm in 1913, The Left, Uncategorized.

This book will be published on April 5th

A capital in conflict
Dublin city and the 1913 Lockout

Francis Devine, editor

The essays in this collection range over a wide number of topics relating to the and contextualizing it, including the role of women and children; the Gaelic revival; the proposal for a Bridge Gallery to house the Lane collection of pictures; housing, public health and medicine; as well as an overview of the Lockout by Francis Devine and the international context supplied by Colin Whitston. Published by the Dublin City Public Libraries and Archives.

Contributors include: Francis Devine, Colin Whitston, Lydia Carroll, David Dumin, Karen Hunt, Kate Cowan, Enda Leaney, Thomas J. Morrissey, John Newsinger, Niamh Puirséil, Ann Matthews, Ciarán Wallace, Séamus Ó Matiú, Patrick Coughlan.

Francis Devine is a leading authority on Irish labour history and he was a lecturer for many years at SIPTU College.
Hardback. 452 pages. Illustrated. €45.00.
Paperback. 452 pages. Illustrated. €24.95.
To be Published: April 2013

See: http://www.fourcourtspress.ie/product.php?intProductID=1167

The book will be launched on Saturday 13th April at the Dublin City Library and Archive, 138 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. The Lord Mayor of Dublin (Naoise Ó Muirí) officially launch the book at 4.00pm.

Pádraig Yeates will give the launch speech (see attached for Launch/Seminar information).

Seminar programme


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