#fridayfocus…’Modern Dancing’ in Dublin, 1927

Just a short post this week, with a gem found in the course of this week’s research. At the moment, I am looking at different depictions of Dublin during the 1920s by visual artists such as Jack B. Yeats. As part of this, I am also looking at the urban experience in Dublin during thisContinue reading “#fridayfocus…’Modern Dancing’ in Dublin, 1927”

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#event…’Going Public: Late Victorian Women, Identity and Space’

Dr Lynne Walker of the Institute of Historical Research ‘Going Public: Late Victorian Women, Identity and Space’ 6.00, 13 March in TRIARC (The Irish Art Research Centre, TCD), Provost’s Stables (go to Arts Block, basement level, to the back of the building, out the back door and follow signs). Lynne Walker set up and nowContinue reading “#event…’Going Public: Late Victorian Women, Identity and Space’”