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1916 and Me / 2016 and Us

Abstract: The year 1916, and the events that occurred during it, can mean multiple things to different people. By asking 'what does 1916 mean to you?', this collection explores the political, social, and cultural legacies of the year 1916 in the construction of identity and historical consciousness among people and communities across the island of Ireland, north and south. The collection consists of recorded interviews with various individuals (academics, community leaders, politicians, artists, writers and members of the public) giving their views on the significance of the events of 100 years ago, and also on the meaning of commemoration. '1916 and Me/2016 and Us' is a collaboration between University College Dublin School of History, Queen's University Belfast School of History and Anthropology, UCD Digital Library, and HistoryHub.ie, UCD's public history website. The project was funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs Reconciliation Fund, and involved the recording of a number of short interviews with people talking about what 1916 means to them during the centenary year of 2016.

  1. Interview with Jorge Douglas Azevedo for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  2. Interview with Mariam Banouni for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  3. Interview with Dr. Marie Bourke for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  4. Interview with Tom Burke for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  5. Interview with Ron Clarke for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  6. Interview with Tom Conaty for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  7. Interview with John Concannon for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  8. Interview with Professor Art Cosgrove for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  9. Interview with Philip Crawford for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  10. Interview with Catriona Crowe for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  11. Interview with Mark Daly for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  12. Interview with Professor Mary Daly for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  13. Interview with Jeffrey Dudgeon for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  14. Interview with Mark Duncan for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  15. Interview with David Ford for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  16. Interview with Donald Gordon '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  17. Interview with Ciarán Holahan for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  18. Interview with Minister Heather Humphreys for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  19. Interview with Jacqueline Irwin for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  20. Interview with Sally Keogh for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  21. Interview with Leo Leydon for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  22. Interview with Helen Litton for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  23. Interview with Francesca Lundström for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  24. Interview with Anne Maddock O'Reilly for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  25. Interview with Maurice Manning for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  26. Interview with Colin McCusker for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  27. Interview with Katherine McSharry for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  28. Interview with Ted Murphy for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  29. Interview with Margaret Nolan for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  30. Interview with Senator David Norris for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  31. Interview with Hugh O'Donnell for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  32. Interview with Anne O'Gorman Weber for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  33. Interview with Colm O'Gorman (Amnesty International, Ireland) for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  34. Interview with Roger O'Keeffe for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  35. Interview with Brenda O'Malley Farrell for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  36. Interview with Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  37. Interview with Philip Orr for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  38. Interview with Dr Emilie Pine (UCD) for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  39. Interview with David Robinson for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  40. Interview with Barry Sheppard for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  41. Interview with Brian John Spencer for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  42. Interview with Emmanuel Sweeney for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
  43. Interview with Ian Wilson for '1916 and Me / 2016 and Us'
Origin information
Dublin, Ireland ; Belfast, Northern Ireland : Real Smart Media for History Hub.ie
Date created:
Type of resource
moving image
Physical description
43 video recordings
Credits
'1916 and Me / 2016 and Us' was produced by Real Smart Media for History Hub.
Languages
English  
Genre
Interview Videorecording
Subject
Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916   linked data (lcsh)
Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916--Anniversaries, etc.
Ireland--History--1910-1921   linked data (lcsh)
Somme, 1st Battle of the, France, 1916   linked data (lcsh)
Somme, 1st Battle of the, France, 1916--Anniversaries, etc.
Ireland--Centennial celebrations, etc.
World War, 1914-1918   linked data (lcsh)
World War, 1914-1918--Anniversaries, etc.   linked data (lcsh)
Northern Ireland--Anniversaries, etc.
Location
https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_46732
Location
University College Dublin. UCD School of History . HH19162016
Suggested credit
"1916 and Me / 2016 and Us," held by UCD School of History. © University College Dublin and Real Smart Media. Digital content by University College Dublin and Real Smart Media, published by UCD Library, University College Dublin <http://digital.ucd.ie/view/ucdlib:46732>
Funding
The project was funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Reconciliation Fund.

Cited/referenced by
History Hub. 1916 and me. Dublin, Ireland : UCD School of History2016 –
Other format
1916 and Me (Full Interviews)
Record source
Descriptions created by staff of UCD Library, University College Dublin based on information provided by the '1916 and me/2016 and us' project team. — Metadata creation date: 2016-02-29

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