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As part of the Dublin Festival of History, Grangegorman Histories will launch ‘Instituting Grangegorman’ a podcast sharing the history of the original Richmond Lunatic Asylum building, now the recently restored TU...
A 70 metre long artwork is currently being hand painted in Grangegorman to represent details of the stories of patients and staff throughout the site's 200+ years.
Raymond Gillespie, MRIA is Professor of History at Maynooth University. His main research interest is social change in early modern Ireland. In this article, Professor Gillespie shares the history of the unusual...
Explore Grangegorman’s Histories with a series of short introductory articles uncovering the histories of Grangegorman.
In April and May 2022, TU Dublin Conservatoire presented three Thursday talks by leading experts in the histories of Grangegorman. 'Stages of Memory' is supported by Grangegorman Histories.
The next instalment in our Grangegorman Lives series is Dr Noel Browne (1915-1997) physician and politician remembered for his role as Minister for Health in the eradication of TB and his controversial proposal of the ‘...
The next addition to our Grangegorman Lives series is Dr Conolly Norman (1853-1908), psychiatrist and RMS, Richmond District Lunatic Asylum (1886-1908).
Our Grangegorman Lives series continues with Ethel Rhind (1877-1952), mosaic and stained-glass artist.
This pre-recorded, online discussion explored the evolution of language and terminology associated with mental illness.
Grangegorman Histories celebrated Culture Night 2021 with the launch of ‘Timepiece’, a podcast exploring the history of the turret clock in Grangegorman.