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The mission of the National Library of Ireland (NLI) is to collect, preserve, promote and make accessible the documentary and intellectual record of the life of Ireland and to contribute to the provision of access to the larger universe of recorded knowledge. It is open, free of charge, to all those who wish to consult the collections. The Office of the Chief Herald in Kildare Street and the National Photographic Archive in Temple Bar are both part of the National Library. Further informatio ...
 
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Episode 4 is the finale of the Radical!: Women and the Irish Revolution series. In this last episode I reflect on my work as Poet-in-Residence and read from source materials from the archives at the National Library of Ireland. The episode includes excerpts from Dorothy Macardle’s account of Easter Week, published in the Irish Press in 1933, two ne…
 
In Episode 3 of Radical!: Women and the Irish Revolution I am joined by Seán Hewitt for a conversation about his work as Poet-in-Residence at the Irish Queer Archive. In this episode we discuss some of the difficult things about working with archive, including violence against LGBTQ+ people and the murder of Declan Flynn in 1982.Seán Hewitt’s debut…
 
In Episode 2 of Radical!: Women and the Irish Revolution we are joined by Dr Alice Rekab for a conversation about flags and song in the context of their artistic practice and Julie’s research at the National Library. Dr. Alice Rekab is an artist, researcher and educator based in Dublin. Their practice is concerned with expressions and iterations of…
 
In Episode 1 of Radical!: Women and the Irish Revolution Dr Susan Cahill joins us for a conversation about writer and activist Dorothy Macardle. Cahill is a writer, editor, academic, thinker, and activist. She is well known for her activism for the Repeal of the Eighth Amendment. Cahill was the first woman to tell her abortion story on the stage of…
 
This activity is a mindful look at the poetry of Seamus Heaney. It will highlight soothing lines and images from the poem, 'The Gravel Walks' from the 1996 collection, 'The Spirit Level' and encourages participants at home to take some time to find their own mindful moments in this poem.Av The National Library of Ireland
 
The final part of the 'Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again' exhibition. In this section we take a look at the artists Maser's 'Don't Be Afraid' artwork which is inspired by the final words of Seamus Heaney. This tour can be used when visiting this exhibition in the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.…
 
Part 5 of the 'Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again' audio tour. This section explores Seamus Heaney's reponse to the political situation in Northern Ireland and the pursuit of peace. This tour can be used when visiting this exhibition in the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.…
 
Part 4 of the 'Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again' audio tour. This section explores Seamus Heaney's writing process and the friendships he made throughout his career. This tour can be used when visiting this exhibition in the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.Av The National Library of Ireland
 
Part 6 of the 'Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again' audio tour. This part of the exhibition highlights the uplifting quality of Seamus Heaney's work. This tour can be used when visiting this exhibition in the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.Av The National Library of Ireland
 
Part 3 of the 'Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again' audio tour. This section explores Seamus Heaney's childhood and early life. This tour can be used when visiting this exhibition in the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.Av The National Library of Ireland
 
Part 2 of the 'Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again' audio tour exploring the beginning of Seamus Heaney's career and the timeline of his life. This audio can be used when visiting the exhibition in the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.Av The National Library of Ireland
 
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