Tag: Irish Language

Aodh de Blácam: Ireland’s Answer to Oswald Spengler

“I contemplate a people which has had a long night, and will have an inevitable day. I am turning my eyes toward a hundred years to come, and I dimly see the Ireland I am gazing on become the road...

/ 28/01/2021

An Ghaeilge agus Anam na hÉireann

Beagnach ceithre scór bliain ó shin, i 1943 ar Lá Fhéile Phádraig, chraol Raidió Éireann an óráid iomráitach úd 'I dTaobh Teanga agus An Náisiúin Éireannaigh' (On Language and the Irish Nation). Ba é ó Thaoiseach na linne, Éamon de...

/ 08/01/2021

Acht na Gaeilge: Free State Failures for the Six Counties

Free State Failures: The Irish language occupies a schizophrenic place within the policymaking and public consciousness of the 26 counties. While institutionalised at an educational and legislative level and generally supported by the public at large, the language barely registers...

/ 15/08/2018

A Proposal for a Course on National Studies

What with the “Beast from the East”, the upcoming abortion referendum and the ongoing crises in health and housing, you’ve most likely missed a double celebration of the Irish language that’s languishing at the bottom of the media’s priority list....

/ 15/03/2018