Poetry Ireland Publications

Trumpet is an occasional publication, available as a single purchase through our website or through stockists. It contains poems, reviews, opinions and essays on poetry and the arts in a bite sized literary pamphlet.

Arts and Culture in Education Research Repository

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Artist in Residence

Following on from the very successful Writer in Residence with poet and author Dermot Bolger in 2016, the National Museum of Ireland collaborated with internationally renowned artist and educator, Róisín de Buitléar, the Artist in Residence for 2018. Róisín explored the Museum’s

Arts and Culture in Education Research Repository

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Border Roads to Memories and Reconciliation

This project worked with young people from both sides of the community and the border in the Counties of Cavan, Monaghan and Fermanagh. Through a series of workshops, storytelling and shared learning, the participants gain an awareness of the impact a ‘hard border’ had on com

Monaghan County Council

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Cork LGBT Archive

The Cork LGBT Archive aims to preserve and share information in relation to the rich history of Cork's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Communities

Cork LGBT Archive

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Jacob's Biscuit Factory Archive

Records relating to Jacob's Biscuit Factory in Bishop Street (1880-1975) and Tallaght (1975-2009) deposited by Valeo Foods and Douglas Appleyard. The archives of W & R Jacob and Company were acquired by Dublin City Library and Archive in 2012. Comprising both the business archive

Dublin City Library and Archive

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Dublin Reconstruction (Emergency Provisions) Act 1916

Legislation to provide loans to construct buildings in Dublin city centre to replace those destroyed during the 1916 Rising was enacted in 1916. This collection comprises an index of queries about and applications for loans, records of applications, and a valuation of properties

Dublin City Library and Archive

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Royal Dublin Fusiliers Association Archive

The Royal Dublin Fusiliers Association was established in 1996 to commemorate all Irish men and women who volunteered, served and died in the First World War 1914-1918. The RDFA fulfils its remit by organising public exhibitions, lectures, seminars, visits and the publication of

Dublin City Library and Archive

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Excavations at Knowth

A major programme of archaeological excavation commenced on 18 June 1962 at the passage tomb cemetery at Knowth, Co Meath. This research excavation continued on a seasonal basis for more than 40 years, resulting in the excavation of a considerable area of the monument complex. Ot

Royal Irish Academy

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Irish Women at Work Oral History Project

This collection includes 42 oral history interviews focused on the working lives of women (1930-1960) living in three counties of Ireland (Cork, Kerry and Limerick). The women’s accounts are woven into the broader narratives of their lives extending from childhood to adulthood an

University College Cork

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The Second World War and Irish Women collection

The Second World War and Irish Women is a collection of twenty-three oral history interviews with Irish women in which they recount their experience of living though the Second World War/The Emergency between 1939 to 1945. Some of these testimonies are from women who worked in Be

Irish Qualitative Data Archive

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Kilkenny Design Workshop

The major part of the Archive consists of photographic material – photographic prints and negatives, 35mm slides and large-scale transparencies – which document all aspects of the Kilkenny Design Workshops. Eleven of the series are devoted to images of KDW designed products; one

National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL), NCAD

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