Myles Dungan’s History 100 Roadshow is on the road again this November & December. Killarney, Monaghan, Donegal, Cork, Dublin and Mayo are all among the stops on the Autumn tour. Check out the details below – there’s a talk coming to a town near you!
Ireland’s “Long Decade” – 1912-1923 – was the most turbulent and transformative time in the nation’s recent history. Partition, the 1916 Easter Rising, the War of Independence, the Irish Civil War, the 1913 Lockout all happened during those few years – and all, of course, in the shadow of World War 1. Upwards of 40,000 Irish people died as a result of the various conflicts, with many more maimed and injured, and many iconic public buildings destroyed.
From loss and destruction, however, began to emerge a new nation. Ireland’s fledgling self-government, the First Dáil, was established in 1919, the Anglo-Irish Treaty signed in 1921 and the Constitution of the Irish Free State adopted in 1922 – giving the vote to all Irish citizens over the age of 21, including women.
As Ireland’s “Decade of Centenaries” draws to a close, Pegasus Consulting is offering universities, colleges and institutions a unique package of presentations, many featuring the intersection of Irish, UK and US history.
Catch the roadshow at your local library, museum or big house…
KILLARNEY – MUCKROSS HOUSE
Dr. David McCullagh, Big Fellow, Long Fellow, Friends or Foes – November 5, 8pm (Zoom Talk)
Turtle Bunbury, The Irish Diaspora – Tales of Emigrants, Exile & Empire, November 19
Liz Gillis, Will it ever end? 1921 A Year in Review, December 3
To receive your free Zoom link for these talks, email firstname.lastname@example.org
MONAGHAN COUNTY MUSEUM
Dr. Myles Dungan, War in the Shadows – Thursday, November 11, 8pm
Dr. David McCullagh, Big Fellow, Long Fellow, Friends or Foes – Thursday, November 18, 8pm
Dr. David McCullagh, Wading through blood: de Valera and the coming of Civil War – Thursday, November 25, 8pm
Liz Gillis, Children and the War of Independence – Thursday, December 2, 8pm
Dr. Sinead McCoole, The Eyes & Ears – Women’s Role in the Campaign of Independence – Thursday, December 9, 8pm
SOUTH DUBLIN LIBRARIES
Dr. David McCullagh, From Truce to Treaty: de Valera’s 1921 – Saturday, September 4, 11am
Turtle Bunbury, Irish Women & Global Leaders – September 21, 7pm
Ian Kenneally, The War On Newspapers, 1921-23 – Thursday, 21 October, 7pm
Liz Gillis, Margaret Pearse and Revolutionary Women – Thursday, November 11, 7pm
Liz Gillis, Children during the War of Independence – Thursday, June 24
Dr. Myles Dungan, What did you do in the War of Independence, Grandad? – Thursday, July 15
Sinead McCoole, How to Research and Write an Irish Family History – Thursday, September 9, 7pm
Ida Milne, The other great pandemic: Spanish flu in Ireland 1918-19 – Monday, October 4, 12.30-1.30
Liz Gillis, Children during the War of Independence – Friday, October 8 at 10am
Mallow Field Club, Friday, December 3 – Myles Dungan, What did you do in the War of Independence, Grandad?