Throughout 2015 and 2016 our blog featured weekly posts relating to events surrounding Ireland in 1916. Each post called into focus a particular work or archive from the Research Collections holdings. As the blog expanded so too did our ability to contribute towards other 1916 related projects and features:
An online exhibition of photographs taken by Thomas Johnston Westropp of the immediate aftermath of the 1916 Easter Rising.
The Guardian: A feature on the Library’s copy of the 1916 Proclamation.
Irish Examiner: Regular features from our blog as part of the Irish Revolution series.
Irish Times: ‘GPO Proclamation hid 11 British army recruiting posters’.
Twitter: Use our hashtag #TCD1916 to discover more about our Twitter account @TCDLib1916.
Books Ireland: Guest blog post by Shane Mawe on the Changed Utterly project.
Changed Utterly: recording and reflecting on the Rising 1916-2016: Video feature on the March 2016 Old Library exhibition.
Trinity Historians on 1916 Rising and the Proclamation: Watch Professors Eunan O’Halpin, Jane Ohlmeyer and Patrick Geoghegan in the Old Library, Trinity College Dublin discuss the 1916 Easter Rising.
Letters of 1916: A crowd sourced digital collection of letters written around the time of the Rising.
Trinity and the Rising programme (pdf): 44 page booklet produced by Aoife Ní Mhaoláin covering the history of Trinity during the Rising and recording the events to commemorate the centenary.
Irish Lives in War and Revolution: MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) exploring how people experienced war and revolution in Ireland between 1912 and 1923.
The Proclamation Translated: The Centre for Literary Translations has completed the translation of the 1916 Proclamation into the languages taught at Trinity College Dublin.