Changed Utterly: Ireland and the Easter Rising

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The Changed Utterly blog project ran for a year from April 2015 and was accompanied by the twitter account @TCDLib1916. The aim was to showcase the surprising breadth of the 1916 collections held by the Library and to act as a catalyst for research ahead of the anniversary commemorations of the Irish Easter Rising in April 2016.

The project drew on the rich and diverse collections of 1916 material held in the Research Collections departments of The Library of Trinity College Dublin – The Manuscripts & Archives Research Library (M&ARL), The Department of Early Printed Books and Special Collections, The Glucksman Map Library and the Music Library.


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Publisher: The Library of Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

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Use the weekly posts explore the Library’s collections of 1916-related material originating from before, during and after the Rising, from all sides of the political spectrum. Look out for links to our Digital Collection Repository to reveal resources in even greater detail.