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    Revival of the Irish Language

    Revival of the Irish Language

    One of the first projects launched by the government in 1922 was to change the language spoken by the population from English to Irish.   More than 90 years on, we still have a largely English speaking population so has the project to revive the use of Irish failed – or is this too simplistic a conclusion to draw? We be carryied out a historical review of the measures taken to revitalise our national tongue from the 1920s onwards with author, David Flynn and Prof. Michael Cronin of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at DCU.      The Revival of ...


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