A capital in conflict

Dublin city and the 1913 Lockout


Francis Devine editor

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April 2013. 438pp; ills.

Who dared to wear the Red Hand badge? Reflections on the 1913 Dublin Lockout
Francis Devine

The 1913 Dublin Lockout and the British and international labour movements
Colin Whitston

The 1913 housing inquiry: Sir Charles Cameron, public health and housing in Dublin
Lydia Carroll

‘Medicine in the city’: the impact of the National Insurance Act on health care and the medical profession in Dublin
David Durnin

Women, solidarity and the 1913 Dublin Lockout: Dora Montefiore and the ‘Save the Kiddies’ scheme
Karen Hunt

‘The children have such freedom, I might say, such possession of the streets’: the children of Dublin 1913
Kate Cowan

‘Infernos of degradation’: a visual record of tenement life in Dublin
Enda Leaney

William Martin Murphy, the employers and 1913
Thomas J. Morrissey

Jim Larkin and The Irish Worker
John Newsinger

‘The Echo of the Battle’: Labour politics and the 1913 Lockout
Niamh Puirséil

Poverty paraded in the streets, 1913: the mothers and children
Ann Matthews

A bridge to the future: Hugh Lane’s Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, 1913
Ciarán Wallace

A spent force? An Claidheamh Soluis and the Gaelic League in Dublin, 1893–1913
Séamas Ó Maitiú

In pursuit of Patrick Donegan, Guinness boatman, 1895–1955: a case of family history
Patrick Coughlan and Francis Devine

George Russell and James Stephens: class and cultural discourse, Dublin 1913
Leeann Lane

From Disturbed Dublin to Strumpet city: the 1913 ‘history wars’, 1914–1980
John Cunningham