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Podcasts: What Industrial Heritage

Rob Goodbody

What Industrial Heritage

On Heritage Week, renowned historical geographer, Rob Goodbody, discussed Ireland’s industrial heritage.
It’s a truism that Ireland never had much industry to speak of, so does Ireland have an industrial heritage?
Rob Goodbody takes us beyond manufacturing industry, and looks at the infrastructure set in place for a much larger Irish population in the past. He looks at the evidence in the Irish landscape of mining and quarrying, which challenges the idea that Ireland lacks natural resources.
The evidence of our industrial past is visible in the landscape. Listen in to find out more.

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America's First Lady Michelle Obama and daughter Sasha with Eneclann's Research Director Fiona Fitzsimons in the Long Room at Trinity College Dublin in June  2013

America’s First Lady Michelle Obama and daughter Sasha with Eneclann’s Research Director Fiona Fitzsimons in the Long Room at Trinity College Dublin in June 2013.