Life Histories and Social Change Archive

Life Histories and Social Change is a large collection of qualitative life story interviews with three cohorts of Irish citizens: those born between 1) 1916-1934; 2) 1945-1954; and 3) 1965-1974. Jane Gray, Seán Ó Riain, and Aileen O’Carroll developed the project, funded by the Irish Research Council, and researchers from NUI Maynooth conducted a total of 113 life history interviews between 2006 and 2008.

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Irish Women at Work Archive

The UCC Women at Work Archive holds a wealth of information for anyone looking to research Irish history with regards to the lives of women and their working careers in a post-independent Ireland.

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WHAI Conference: Podcasts & Videos

The annual conference of the Women's History Association of Ireland is one of the highlights of the history conference calendar. History Hub is delighted to partner with the WHAI in the production of videos and podcasts from the conference. These are now available on Soundcloud, Apple, Spotify and Youtube.

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History Hub’s Educational Resources

UCD School of History is delighted to announce the launch of 'History Hub's Educational Resources', a brand new podcast series for all history students - of all ages - from the School of History at University College Dublin.

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