Join the team from Lucan Library for One Dublin, Many Women on Thursday 6th April. Join historian and author Liz Gillis as she explores the status of women in 19th Century Ireland.
Liz Gillis is the author of six books about The Irish Revolution including, ‘The Fall of Dublin’, ‘Women of the Irish Revolution’ and ‘The Hales Brothers and the Irish Revolution’ and ‘May 25: The Burning of the Custom House 1921’. Liz has worked as a researcher on numerous publications, television and radio documentaries covering the period.
Liz is the Historian in Residence for the Dublin South County Council for the Decade of Centenaries. She also works as a Researcher for the History Show on RTE Radio and lectures at Champlain College Dublin. Liz was a Historical Consultant for the new Custom House Visitor Centre and was a Curatorial Assistant in RTE, specialising in researching the Easter Rising and a tour guide for many years in Kilmainham Goal.
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