By Tara Giddens, University of Limerick I was first introduced to Kathleen Blake Coleman (1856-1915) by my supervisor when discussing PhD topics. Coleman was an eminent journalist in Canada and the United States at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth century. …
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Excellent programme here!
Every day this week we'll be taking a look at some of our upcoming Festival of New Work offerings.
Today it's student created learning resources!
You can take a look at the entire Festival of New Work programme here: https://festivalofnewwork.files.wordpress.com/2021/05/festivalofnewworkeventprogrammeupdated6may.pdf
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Anna Parnell, painter, poet, co-founder of the Ladies Land League and sister of Charles, was born #otd in 1862. She encouraged rural women to engage politically and resist eviction. Archbishop McCabe condemned them for forgetting the "modesty of their sex".
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