History Hub’s Educational Resources

Educational Resources is a new series for all students of history – of all ages.

Dr Jennifer Wellington (Series Editor).

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. The series, which consists of interviews and lectures, features UCD historians sharing their expertise on topics such as: the Anglo-Irish Treaty; the development of fascism in interwar Europe; the Irish Women’s suffrage movement; and the Catholic Church in twentieth century Ireland.

Subscribe to the series on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and RSS.


Episode 1: Diarmaid Ferriter discusses the Anglo-Irish Treaty

In episode one, History Hub editor Dr Irial Glynn is in conversation with Professor Diarmaid Ferriter on a defining moment in modern Irish history, the negotiation of the Anglo-Irish Treaty in 1921.

A video of the interview is also available to watch on our Youtube channel. Check out this short clip.

The full interview is available to podcast on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and RSS.


Episode 2: Fionnuala Walsh on the campaign for women’s suffrage in Ireland

In episode two, UCD’s Dr Fionnuala Walsh is in conversation with History Hub editor Dr Irial Glynn about the campaign for women’s suffrage in Ireland.

The full interview is available to podcast on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and RSS. It’s also available to watch on our Youtube channel.

Watch this short clip.


Episode 3: Fascist regimes in interwar Europe, a lecture by Professor Robert Gerwarth

In episode three, Robert Gerwarth (Professor of Modern History at UCD) gives a lecture on fascist regimes in interwar Europe.

The full lecture is available to podcast on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and RSS.

Watch this short clip.

Educational Resources is produced by UCD School of History. The series editor is Dr Jennifer Wellington.