On-line talk on Constance Markievicz, Wednesday, March 31, 8.30pm (Irish time)

The next in a series of on-line talks organised by Eirigi is a re-running of the talk on Constance Markievicz.

It’s being given again by myself, Philip Ferguson, a member of Eirigi and the person behind this blog.

I’ll be looking at Markievicz’s life, activities and her ideas, as she was a major socialist-republican figure during the revolutionary era.

There will be an Q & A afterwards.

The meeting will take place at 8.30pm on Wednesday the 31st of March (Irish time; check for time differences if are in the USA, Australia, NZ, continental Europe etc)

Contact eirigigeneralsecretary@gmail.com if you would like to attend.

 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Rúnaí Ginearálta Éirígí, Mickey Moran, containing information about joining the meeting.

 

Posted on March 28, 2021, in 1913 lockout, éirígí, British strategy, Civil War period, Constance Markievicz, Counter-revolution/civil war period, Fianna, Fianna Fail, Free State in 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, General revolutionary history, Historiography and historical texts, Imperialism (generally), Internationalism, Ireland and British revolution, Irish Citizen Army, James Connolly, Partition, Political education and theory, Prisoners - past, Public events - Australia and New Zealand, Public events - Britain, Public events - Ireland, Republicanism post-1900, Revolutionary figures, Social conditions, The road to the Easter Rising, Unionism, loyalism, sectarianism, War for Independence period, Women, Women in republican history, Women prisoners, Women's rights, Workers rights. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on On-line talk on Constance Markievicz, Wednesday, March 31, 8.30pm (Irish time).

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