Saturday 15 March 2014 | 10.00am-4.00pm Christ Church, United Presbyterian and Methodist Church, 51 O’Connell Street, Limerick On Saturday, 15 March 2014, the Letters 1916 project team participated in the Genealogy Day in Limerick. The event was organised by the History and Heritage pillar as a Continue reading Genealogy Day, Limerick City of Culture
Over the next few months we will be introducing some of the Letters 1916 project contributors through Featured Profiles. Crowdsourcing projects, like this one, rely on their users to make them a success. We are very grateful to anyone who Continue reading Meet our contributors through their ‘Featured Profiles’
How valuable is the National Archives of Ireland The National Archives of Ireland is assisting with an academic research project, which is part of an individual student’s Master’s Degree in Economic Science at the Institute of Public Administration. The survey Continue reading Economics and the National Archives of Ireland
The Genealogy Day 2014 , a Limerick City of Culture event is fast approaching with less than 3 weeks left. We are getting more and more responses closer to the date, thank you all! And keep it coming! The Continue reading Limerick Genealogy Day 2014 is fast approaching!
Have you missed our first #AskLetters1916 chat on Twitter? Click on the link to read the questions and answers archived in Storify: #AskLetters1916 | 25-02-2014 | 5.30-6.30pm GMT We be hosting the chat weekly on Tuesdays at 5.30-6.30pm GMT. Tweet us any Continue reading Missed #AskLetters1916 chat on Twitter?
Noreen Bowden is an Irish-American living in New York who spent nearly fifteen years living and working in Ireland. She has been a web editor since 1995, mainly on sites aimed at the Irish abroad She started a website called Continue reading Featured Contributor: Noreen Bowden
The blog Irish Genealogy News runs in parallel with the website Irish Genealogy Toolkit. It carries all the latest Irish genealogy news. In addition to hot-off-the-press details of the latest record releases, you’ll also find occasional features and interviews with Continue reading Interesting blog: Irish Genealogy News
Thursday 20 March 2014 | 7.15-9.00 pm Dún Laoghaire – Rathdown Public Libraries’ Event County Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire Talk by Professor Susan Schreibman, Dr Brian Hughes, Mr Seán Driver: ‘Calling All History Buffs: The Letters of 1916 Project Wants Continue reading Talk by Professor Susan Schreibman, Dr Brian Hughes, Mr Seán Driver: ‘Calling All History Buffs: The Letters of 1916 Project Wants You!’
The Letters 1916 Team will be hosting a weekly chat #AskLetters1916 on Twitter: Tuesdays at 5.30-6.30pm GMT / @letters1916 Tweet us any questions you might have about the project or simply join the conversation! Remember to include the hashtag: #AskLetters1916 Continue reading #AskLetters1916 on Twitter
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a grant from The European Association for the Digital Humanities (EADH). The EADH is an organisation which represents and actively supports Digital Humanities projects such as Letters of 1916. With Continue reading Letters 1916 Project awarded a grant from The European Association for the Digital Humanities (EADH)