Limerick and The Irish Revolution (1912-1923): Monday Jan 14th 8PM

The next Limerick Historical Society lecture will be on the story of The Irish Revolution, 1912–23, by  Dr John O’Callaghan  on Monday January 14th  and will commence at 8 p.m. in Room 203, Mary Immaculate College. Go to main reception and ask for directions.

Dr John O’Callaghan lectures in St. Angela’s College, Sligo. His research focuses on twentieth-century Irish imperialism and nationalism, the education system, political and military history, sports history, and commemoration. His publications include:
Teaching Irish Independence: History in Irish Schools, 1922-72 (Newcastle, 2009);
Revolutionary Limerick - The Republican Campaign for Independence in Limerick, 1913-21 (Dublin, 2010);
The Battle for Kilmallock (Cork,2011);
Subversive Voices: Narratives of the Occluded Irish Diaspora (Oxford, 2012);
Plassey’s Gaels: GAA in the University of Limerick (Cork, 2013);
Con Colbert (Dublin, 2015) and
The Irish Revolution, 1912–23