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The aim of the Women's History Association of Ireland (WHAI) is to promote research into the history of women in Ireland, to bring together scholars in Irish women's history, to recognise excellence in research and to promote public engagement with women's history in an Irish context. The WHAI is a community for those interested in women's history in all time periods.

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The aim of the Women's History Association of Ireland (WHAI) is to promote research into the history of women in Ireland, to bring together scholars in Irish women's history, to recognise excellence in research and to promote public engagement with women's history in an Irish context. The WHAI is a community for those interested in women's history in all time periods.

    Closing remarks at 'Why Not A Woman? Celebrating Women in Public and Private life in Ireland, 1918-2018' (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    Closing remarks at 'Why Not A Woman? Celebrating Women in Public and Private life in Ireland, 1918-2018' (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    Panel 4 at 'Why Not A Woman? Celebrating Women in Public and Private life in Ireland, 1918-2018' (Annual WHAI Conference 2018)

    • 53 min
    History, Activism and Feminism: The Personal is Political, 1970-2018 (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    History, Activism and Feminism: The Personal is Political, 1970-2018 (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    With: Mary Maher, Mary Dorcey and Prof Linda Connolly. Chair: Vincent Browne.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Women on the Margins: Contemporary Issues, Historical Debates (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    Women on the Margins: Contemporary Issues, Historical Debates (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    With: Prof Lucy McDiarmaid (Montclair), Dr Ciara Breathnach (UL), Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley (NUIG), Donnah Vuma (UL). Chair: Catherine Heaney (NMI).

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Collecting and Presenting Women's Material Culture (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    Collecting and Presenting Women's Material Culture (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    With: Mona Holm (IAWM), Sinead McCoole (DCHG), Kate Cunningham (WMI), Dr Emily Mark-FitzGerald (UCD). Chair: Dr John Bowman.

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Celebrating Women in Public Life: Family reflections and legacy (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    Celebrating Women in Public Life: Family reflections and legacy (Annual WHAI Conference 2018).

    With: Brian Fennell (husband of Nuala Fennell), Tom Ferris (husband of Nimah Bhreathnach) and Brian Lynch (son of Celia Lynch). Chair: Claire McGing.

    • 1 hr 15 min

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