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A History of International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day has become a day in which to celebrate and reflect on the achievements and contributions of women around the world. In honor of International Women’s Day, History Hub has curated a playlist of podcasts on some fascinating aspects of women’s history.

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Launch of DMP and Garda Personnel Registers

The DMP and Garda personnel registers give important insight into the lives of the men who served in the DMP and An Garda Síochána. They document a time of great change in Ireland’s history and provide a significant resource to historians, genealogists, and the general public.

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Lifelong Learning at the NLI and dlr Lexicon

UCD Lifelong Learning courses are part-time specific interest courses that are participative, engaging and facilitated by experts in their field. This year UCD continues its partnership with the National Library of Ireland and dlr Lexicon by offering a number of history courses as part of the Lifelong Learning programme.

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Study History at UCD

UCD Open Learning gives adult learners the opportunity to study a range of undergraduate modules in UCD. There are no formal entry requirements and Open Learning modules are open to everyone. Individuals can take any combination of modules for interest only (audit) or deepen their learning by completing course assessment (credit). This academic year (2016/2017), UCD School of History is offering a great range of Open Learning module options.

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Carla Rahn Phillips: The Struggle for the South Atlantic

In episode 15 of History Hub's podcast series – ‘Kingdom, Empire and Plus Ultra: conversations on the history of Portugal and Spain, 1415-1898‘ - Professor Carla Rahn Phillips is in conversation with series host Dr Edward Collins. In the episode, which is available to podcast on iTunes and Soundcloud, they discuss The Armada of the Strait of Magellan, 1581-1584 and the struggle for the South Atlantic.

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