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Ireland 2016 Embassy Lecture Series - Women of 1916

On Tuesday 1st March, Ambassador Dan Mulhall hosted a panel discussion on the Women of 1916. This was the third event of the Embassy lecture series, which forms part of the Embassy’s Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme. The event also marked International Women’s Day.

The panellists for the discussion were Prof Roy Foster, Carroll Professor of Irish History, Hertford College, Oxford, Prof Senia Paseta, Professor of Modern History, St Hugh’s College, Oxford and Dr. Lauren Arrington, Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool. The discussion was moderated by Carolyn Quinn, BBC. The event was linked with Oxford University’s Women in the Humanities initiative, the UK’s major forum for interdisciplinary humanities scholarship on women, which encourages research related to women’s lives, identities and representations.