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@trishaokessler Wow! Looks so peaceful
8/6
2020
John Hume’s politics went far beyond Northern Ireland – his vision is as urgent as ever https://t.co/UqJu3Nbn9lAhh, this is the kindest thing today. <3 And you've all been so lovely. https://t.co/VlWNPvfqAT
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneSo well deserved! https://t.co/FHQDReDk6a
8/5
2020
I've been frantically drawing through lockdown and just opened an Etsy shop of Oxford prints! If anyone wants such… https://t.co/tTvfaXq1Sp
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8/4
2020
When John Hume first got dementia, he would still go on long walks, you’d always see him along the Foyle. As it pro… https://t.co/qbK01mLEYH
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8/3
2020
Róisín Ingle: I’m menstruating as I write this. And I’m mad as all bloody hell via @IrishTimes https://t.co/78DQIvTCiS
8/2
2020
A wonderful piece of scholarship! https://t.co/Xubx6VfqyLWonderful resource for all interested in Irish press history. https://t.co/ou0qtAi5gQ
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @trishaokessler What an inspiration they are! I suspect joining your wonderful family helped too❤️Over the last 4 yrs two Syrian brothers joined our family. This week the amazing chef Sofian Almasri and his brothe… https://t.co/1O91KqisS9
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8/1
2020
It’s here! Holding a copy of my own book is even better than I anticipated. https://t.co/NUW8Z0bRGT
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7/28
2020
the most understated tweet ever. https://t.co/2fCOc4Ohsp
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7/10
2020
If you are planning to apply to do an MA with us in @UCDHistory this year, don't forget that there are some scholar… https://t.co/A57bc7BQA9
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneReally looking forward to the first Irish screening & post film conversation! https://t.co/R0h2jTcXwY
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7/1
2020
Douglas Hyde, first Professor of Modern Irish Literature (1909-31), @ucddublin, was inaugurated as first President… https://t.co/eV0jK8shVC
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneHear hear! We are all indebted to @Ka_ODonnell @cmcgettrick @maeveorourke and @maglaundries for their work… https://t.co/hHDJ9Gils2
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6/25
2020
'Who am I without the research?' A thoughtful piece by @mwait13 for PhDs and historians of Ireland. I too could not… https://t.co/3H3kdLSYEU
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @ciaran_dr @CClements29 @VAHS_uk @LindseyEarner Thanks for the shout out! I heartily recommend @ciaran_dr book. Min… https://t.co/0maNBLJkkl
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6/23
2020
“In Ireland, in the last 14 days over a third of new confirmed cases are in young people under the age of 35. This… https://t.co/Exku89bgZz
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6/22
2020
@MarieMCole @emilymfg Where does the time go?? @emilymfg Snap 14yrs ago!Relationship of Irish people to their police. https://t.co/X4Z9F55BGr
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneHere’s the cover for The Art of the Glimpse, an anthology of 100 Irish short stories I’ve been working on for the p… https://t.co/tMrZsDGxcQ
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6/20
2020
Emerging from Twitter hibernation to emphatically recommend @AdelmanJuliana 's forthcoming book 'Civilised By Beast… https://t.co/b8fYhWes3E
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneThe Northern Ireland Abortion Regulations have passed their final vote in parliament by 253 - 136. Well done to ev… https://t.co/pMxT77MQMF
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6/19
2020
This is really helpful for lecturers! Pros and cons of online teaching from students. Thanks to all involved.… https://t.co/hOSnGhs1W6
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6/17
2020
Excited to join the team @EPICMuseumCHQ as Historian in Residence. Lots of challenging and diverse histories of the… https://t.co/haYQxJ4sJh
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6/16
2020
Very excited that my book will be published later this month! It’s all beginning to feel more real. https://t.co/LgnCgrGDvq
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne.@DavidLammy is patient, clear, frank, and powerful on @BBCr4today this morning. And he's right to call out PM's Ch… https://t.co/tp8P4FccJw
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6/15
2020
A number of @QUB_History @HAPPatQUB academics will be featuring in this 2 part documentary https://t.co/zpQcHTQ7b5
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneIf you need a theme tune for your Saturday night here it is, a song by my talented sister Susie https://t.co/p8EwR8lmqv
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @RedmondJennifer Very talented family! She has a great voice.
6/14
2020
@gillianmobrien So sorry, Gillian. This pandemic is just heart breaking. Take care❤️
6/13
2020
Many of the monuments taken down recently were put up between 1889 and 1919, commemorating events that took place l… https://t.co/wrdhW6YNVL
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6/12
2020
Jesus Wept, I think they misheard us, we wanted SMEAR appointments not hair appointments. #CervicalScreeninghttps://t.co/Ubx3pxYrso
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneI know there's a lot going on. But I would really like you to read this. It discusses what I believe is Johnson and… https://t.co/Cr5O7UAL1h
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6/11
2020
Please join @UCDHistory at this event! https://t.co/mrZPa10oKq
6/9
2020
#EndDirectProvision https://t.co/ggivaRuXPa
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6/3
2020
Powerful speech by @ClareBaileyGPNI today. Explains that @sinnfeinireland's amendment would mean to women would con… https://t.co/xrUbYlEk0r
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @AndrewDavies62 @seanoco78853943 Ah, thank you. Means so much.
6/2
2020
End of yet another bank holiday in Covid times. Hope on the horizon now https://t.co/mN4hxvDw8O
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6/1
2020
My father-in-law on one of the many viruses tearing apart the United States https://t.co/TykDVwZ31t
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5/31
2020
Precisely. Latest stats from Germany: 2456 nursery staff, teachers and others working with children have contracted… https://t.co/Q8X6G2us9P
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneThe CEDAW recommendations are unequivocal that travelling for abortion healthcare, especially for foetal anomalies… https://t.co/VNRfWULIIm
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneA stunning speech. Watch it all. https://t.co/GD0PUcfh6q
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneThis is brilliant from the philosopher Cornel West. https://t.co/Aspa90vIUL
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @IanDunt Yes this. https://t.co/mEgw79gj46
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5/30
2020
All of which is expertly revealed in your wonderful PhD! https://t.co/e8FvFNXpTY @guardian Take it from an American during the Trump era: it is a serious mistake to pursue “balance” when one group… https://t.co/hGCsC98vro
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneApparently, the pilot is testing his eyesight just to make sure he’ll be ok for a transatlantic flight in a day or… https://t.co/RqTtJ5UzX8
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5/27
2020
For latest on Cummings, get Newsnight on right now
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneImagine if Brendan Bracken had been caught with his lights on all night but Churchill had said it was ok and the bl… https://t.co/iXdb2H6nlC
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5/26
2020
#RepealMemories https://t.co/DJ20pvwCEh
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneWhere were you when the exit polls came out? #RepealMemories https://t.co/9rfvLP3dzr
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5/25
2020
A new bonus episode of @PassportIrish is up specially to thank our Patreon supporters. What's going on in the EU, w… https://t.co/4P9Xxg9bCi
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneThere cannot be one rule for Dominic Cummings and another for the British people. https://t.co/ji9m9vg3WS
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneHanna Sheehy Skeffington was b #OTD 1877. In this 1922 circular letter she requests Harry Boland’s support for the… https://t.co/2G2gV4ZfCJ
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne‘...”top-down” big data tools work best when they are combined with plenty of “bottom-up” cultural analysis; you ne… https://t.co/DpUIgq7bSy
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneThe #DominicCumings scandal is so explosive because it is not abstract. Hundreds of thousands of people sacrificed… https://t.co/HAPdX6xbet
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5/24
2020
@james_grannell @AerLingus Not only have @AerLingus sold me flights they must have known they’d cancel but each tim… https://t.co/6586q0YkhP @james_grannell @AerLingus James, in exactly same boat but trying to go the other way to see my children after 12 w… https://t.co/84BqN0FZb2
5/23
2020
We lived the European dream. Will any politician stand up for open borders? Please defend these values for all of… https://t.co/y9mTINRaV4
5/22
2020
@AerLingus 2 weeks ago you cancelled my flight and told me to rebook. Nothing has changed, in fact the situation is… https://t.co/D96AuZdea7 @AerLingus what are you doing? This is the second time you’ve cancelled my flight. Why can’t you be honest like oth… https://t.co/oClJ53fbeK
5/20
2020
I just signed this petition, will you join me? https://t.co/26Ldlku34f via @UpliftIRL
5/15
2020
BREAKING: France says it would be "unacceptable" for drugmaker Sanofi to give the U.S. priority access to a coronav… https://t.co/Awmff6NDAD
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @MrPtrickyD We can relate - in pre COVID days, a few pounds of butter a necessity in the case when visiting relatives around the world!
5/14
2020
@MrPtrickyD And he knows his butter!
5/13
2020
@chebhocine @mynameisjro @JuliaLMarcus V thoughtful and thought-provoking piece.
5/11
2020
Another fun @DublinFoodCoop meet up discussing Silvia Federici's work on crisis and the commons - including some pe… https://t.co/9MzAAIt7jo
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5/9
2020
@AerLingus How do I get in touch with someone?? I just got an email cancelling my flight BUT when I go on the websi… https://t.co/7v8ArYRVtB
5/8
2020
Worth reading. Germany is the principal beneficiary of the euro, a fact insufficiently recognized in Germany itself… https://t.co/VZCBOX2lWc
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5/7
2020
My last pre COVID-19 tea with a friend @CaroleHolohan was in Bewley’s cafe😢 https://t.co/IqIPv3DWcT
5/6
2020
Our @WHAIreland members and followers might be interested in submitting contributions for this book! This is the th… https://t.co/sCB4zj3WR6
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneI will respectfully challenge the Government - I want our country to succeed. However, I will not 'watch my tone'… https://t.co/3U2VXeeLNw
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @ColemanDennehy @SophcoCooper Great topic! I’d be one of your first readers. God luck.
5/5
2020
The Belfast News Letter published (4 May) an article about the outcome of the final review on the future of CAIN. U… https://t.co/NqEudaZsYB
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @ianwalensis Love it! It’s such a useful way of thinking about the past.
5/4
2020
@brianocofaigh @HelenORahilly Simply beautiful.Lockdowns are not a solution, nor will virus magically disappear. They are astronomically costly way of buying time… https://t.co/8e7vtlJ9Rd
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5/3
2020
Native Americans raised a huge amount in famine relief for Ireland at a time when they had very little. It's time f… https://t.co/AJxGVHRQLu
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneThanks Ray Esten for sending this. https://t.co/6qpQmLmoYL
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @LindseyEarner @UCDHistory Thanks Lindsay - used to walk by this all the time too! We’ve an essay on the Quakers in… https://t.co/Teox3byRq2
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5/2
2020
@CharlesEsdaile The ‘storm’ you ‘unleashed’ was because you described historical methods you don’t employ as ‘murde… https://t.co/7ve03ANe6dIt’s so good to remember this great scholarship at such a time. @UCDPress @UCDHistory https://t.co/KuFOD2tBPXHappy #MayDay2020 Happy #Bealtaine - now more than ever, especially when the powers that be start reckoning on who’… https://t.co/UORUE0nTsx
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneA tragic grey day for Irish suffragette/nationalist Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington (right), shown arriving with Meg Conne… https://t.co/YZwcqxoUsw
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5/1
2020
Just been on CNN with the splendid @camanpour https://t.co/b5RXxHqzUX
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneWhich is why our historians of pandemic like @milnem and @patricia1_marsh are so important. Early 20th century hist… https://t.co/LfsD9l85gL
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-Byrne @LMcAtackney @tortietabby Thanks, Laura! I thought there was something wrong with me.So it was it my imagination! https://t.co/ewobjw1Bw2 @LMcAtackney @tortietabby Seriously, why is this? I’m shattered by the tyranny of zoom.For your May Day listening, @HistIreHedge podcast with @johncun1ngham, Brian Hanley, Mary Muldowney & Tommy Graham… https://t.co/7fluyczOhG
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneReally hate the sneaking, creeping university managerial term “unfunded” - frequently used to modify academic worki… https://t.co/HxmNmxcxyj
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneFrom a mental health perspective too, the (supposed) 1/3 of the contract devoted to research is an important source… https://t.co/Yxe5185uVW
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4/30
2020
This is the cowardice and capture of national politicians to false narratives about the EU summed up in five seconds.
Retweeted by Lindsey Earner-ByrneYou can also now listen to @fotoole reading his recent column on @realDonaldTrump's destruction of the country he p… https://t.co/aXsDV6USjz
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4/29
2020

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