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A project designed to ensure that the history of the site is not forgotten, says History Ireland in it's latest issue (September/October 2020).
The launch of the Grangegorman Histories website and foundation document is a focal point of the Grangegorman Development Agency's (GDA) Summer Newsletter.
Dr Philip Cohen, Chair of the Grangegorman Histories Expert Working Group spoke with Luke Stedmon on the 'Good Morning Dublin’ Show.
Thousands of additional students and staff from the Technological University of Dublin (TU Dublin) will move to Grangegorman in 2020 and an ‘Induction Pack’ will be available in order to help them settle-in.
A new Grangegorman Histories Sub-Committee has been established to investigate the practicalities required to undertake an oral history project at Grangegorman.
Grangegorman Histories is a public history project to assist the discovery, recording and commemoration of the eventful history of the Grangegorman area. The Foundation Document describes our purpose and details some of...
Grangegorman Histories, a public history project of Dublin City Council, Grangegorman Development Agency, Health Service Executive, Local Communities, National Archives, Royal Irish Academy and TU Dublin, announces the...
In May 2019, the Royal Irish Academy hosted a ground-breaking seminar on ‘Historical mental health records: the ethics of access and preservation policies’. This event explored current practices in Ireland and...