9:30 AM, 19 Oct 2019 - 3:35 PM, 19 Oct 2019, Boole 1

Labour in the War Zone: Class, Gender and the Independence Struggle in Munster, 1916-21

9.30      Theresa Moriarty, ‘‘Underpaid, underfed, hard-driven’: women workers in revolutionary Munster’

9.55      John Borgonovo, ‘The 1918 Food Crisis: unrest and militancy in Munster’

10.35    Pádraig Yeates, ‘Advocating and Practising Rerum Novarum in Revolutionary Cork: Fr Thomas OSFC’





11.25    Dominic Haugh, ‘The Revolt of the Bottom Dog: labour, the Soviet and revolutionary struggle in Limerick, 1917-21’

11.50    Mary McAuliffe, ‘Gender and Militancy: Cumann na mBan volunteers as combatants in Munster, 1919-21’

12.30    Heather Laird, ‘Radical Remembrance: revolution, commemoration and the roads untaken’



2.30      Luke Dineen, ‘The Cork Trades Council, 1916-21: republicanisation and revolution’

2.55      Mary Muldowney, ‘Class and gender relations during the independence struggle in Munster: evidence from the Military Service Pension files’

3.35      Emmet O’Connor, ‘Munster labour and the independence struggle: a regional exception?’


Free - all welcome. Organised by UCC School of History

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