A103, Hanna Sheehy Skeffington Bld
Lecturer/ Assistant Professor in Gender Studies at UCD Women's Studies, School of Social Policy/Social Justice. I hold a Ph.D from the School of History and Humanities, TCD. I lecture on Irish Women’s and Gender history at UCD Women's Studies, UCD. My research interests include social history, Irish women and politics, memory and history, gender and Irish biography, war/military history and oral history. My most recent books are (co-author) 'Richmond barracks 1916; We were There-77 Women of the Easter Rising' (2016) and as co-editor on 'Kerry 1916; Histories and Legacies of the Easter Rising' (2106). Other publications include Fanny Taylors (1867) Irish Homes and Irish Hearts (UCD Press, Classics series, 2013) which I edited and introduced. I also co-edited the Palgrave Advances in Irish History (2011) and have published a biography on Senator Kathleen Browne 1876-1943. I was President (2011-2014) and remain a committee member of the Women's History Association of Ireland and sit on the National Archives Advisory Committee (NAAC). In 2014 I co-ordinated the centenary commemorations of the founding of Cumann na mBan, including a national commemoration at Glasnevin cemetery and a major conference held at Collins Barracks Dublin. I am a committee member and treasurer of the Irish Association of Professional Historians (IAPH).
|Areas of expertise||
Gender History, Irish Women’s History, Cumann an mBan, Radical Histories, Political and Social history in 19th and 20th century Ireland, Irish Revolution, 1916-1923; Feminism; Politics and Society in the Irish Free State; Politics and activism in modern Ireland; Memory and History, Women, War and Violence in Ireland; History of Kerry
1916; women and 1916; Cumann na mBan; radical histories; gender history; memory; social history; political history; Irishwomen's history; feminism; women; warfare; revolution and women; local history; oral history; tower houses; landscape history; military history; biography; twentieth century Ireland; revolution; local history, Kerry;
Mary McAuliffe (Professional Historian)
I hold a BA (Hons) in History from Trinity College, Dublin and a Ph.D from the School of History and Humanities, TCD.
Assistant Professor in Gender Studies, UCD Gender Studies
I have provided research and historical consultancy to documentary makers (radio, tv, and film), to exhibition and design companies who work in the development of heritage, cultural and interpretative centers and Museums and worked with architects, architectural companies, restorers. I have also been involved in genealogy research and consultancy.
I have taught / am teaching the following undergraduate, postgraduate and extra mural modules:
SaorOllscoil na hEireann
I deliver the introduction to Irishwomen's History modules on the UCD Women's Studies Outreach programme.
|Committees & Associations||
Member of National Museum of Ireland 1916 Exhibition Advisory Committee
Currently Historical Consultant on two major 2016 projects
Member of the Academic Advisory Group for the National Museum of Ireland 2016 Exhibition
Recent Conference and Seminar Organising
Kerry 1916;Histories and Legacies of the Easter Rising. A Centenary Record (Irish Historical Publications, 2016)
Blood on the Walls’ Gender, History and Writing the Armagh Women’ in Gillian McIntosh and Diane Urquhart ‘Irishwomen at War; The Twentieth Century’; Dublin, Irish Academic Press, 2010
|Peer Reviewed Journals||
'Forgetting and Remembering -Uncovering Women's Histories at Richmond Barracks: A Public History Project' Studies in Arts and Humanities, Vol 2 /Issue 1/2016
‘Mary Anne Cusack, The Nun of Kenmare; Historian and Visionary’ An Riocht, 1998
'Justice for Magdalens; Towards Restorative Justice' in VOICES; Participation for Social Justice, Feb 2011
The Martin Diary – Women and War introduction for the M.Phil in Digital Humanities and Culture (TCD) Digital edition of the Mary Martin Diary, 2013
Lucy McDermid At Home in the Revolution: What Women said and Did in 1916' History Ireland, April/May, 2016