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

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Magdalene Oral History collection

Collection of interview transcripts and audio recordings from the research project Magdalene Institutions: Recording an Oral and Archival History that was led by Dr Katherine O'Donnell, Director of the Women's Studies Centre at University College Dublin. The project was a Governm

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World Within Walls collection

The World Within Walls collection relates the histories and memories of the St. Davnet’s Campus psychiatric hospital in Monaghan town and is part of a wider local history project commissioned and funded by the Health Service Executive (HSE) and delivered by Stair: An Irish Public

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New Urban Living Essays collection

Collection of essays entitled 'The Place Where I Live' that were written by primary school children in 6th class (11-13 years of age) between 2002 and 2004. The essays are taken from the larger collection New Urban Living that is archived with the Irish Qualitative Data Archive.

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Life Histories and Social Change collection

Life Histories and Social Change is a large collection of qualitative life story interviews with three cohorts of Irish citizens, each of which reached adulthood in the crucial decades of the 1950s (an era of socio-economic decline), the 1970s (an era of initial 'modernisation')

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