Ailbhe Rogers holds a BA in History and Irish and an MA in Irish History from Maynooth University, Co. Kildare. She is a recipient of the John and Pat Hume Scholarship Award and is currently working on her doctorate thesis entitled, ‘Irish revolutionary women in counties Louth, Armagh and Down, 1900-1924’ under the supervision of Professor Terence Dooley. Ailbhe has delivered several lectures on the role of women in the Irish revolution and has contributed to ‘Ireland 2016: The Women of the 1916 Rising’ exhibition, ’77 Women of Richmond Barracks Project’ and ‘The Louth Volunteers 1914-1918′ exhibition. Her Masters thesis was recently published as a chapter in Donal Hall & Martin Maguire (eds.) County Louth and the Irish revolution, 1912-1923 (Dublin, 2017) She has also worked as a tour guide in Kilmainham Gaol Museum, Dublin.