A round-up of a few things we have produced of relevance to the centenary of the first Dáil Éireann.
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Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) is an essential public resource for the study of twentieth century Irish history. DIFP aims to make the history of Irish foreign policy accessible to all and promotes public engagement with the history of Ireland’s international relations.
Documents on Irish Foreign Policy projects
The latest instalment of Documents on Irish Foreign Policy, covering 1957-1961, has just been published.
Following on from the recent History Teachers Association of Ireland annual conference, we will be developing some new resources for second-level history over the next few months.
The second of the monthly exhibitions we are co-curating with the National Archives of Ireland deals with the lengthy career of the founding father of the Irish diplomatic service.
In 1919 the first Dáil sent a delegation to Paris to lobby the post-WW1 peace conference to recognize Irish independence, and in later life one of its members set down his recollections.
New exhibition series in the National Archives of Ireland on 100 years of the Irish Foreign Service, 1919-201910 January 2019
In conjunction with our colleagues in the National Archives of Ireland we are curating a series of monthly exhibitions on the history of Irish foreign policy in the NAI throughout 2019.
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