“An Appreciation of Winifred Letts”  Dr. David Clare, Mary Immaculate College, UL Winifred Letts was born in Salford, in what is now Greater Manchester, in 1882 to an English vicar father and an Irish mother. As a child, she greatly enjoyed the…
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I love this newspaper snippet from 1936, courtesy of @rea_esten, detailing the academic brilliance of the MacHale sisters. Brava.
Any relatives out there?
I have news!
'Her Keys to the City' is coming soon thanks to an inspired idea from @LordMayorDublin who has granted 80 women the Keys of acknowledgement to Dublin city. Here, at last, is posthumous recognition for those brilliant women.
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Attention @iasilpostgrads! Applications are invited for the @IASIL_2022 PhD Forum to be held @UL on Monday 25 July, 9:00-14:00. More details and information on how to apply can be found at:https://www.ul.ie/artsoc/iasil-2022/phd-forum @IASIL3 @EnglishAtUL