Advertisement

The History of Hairdressing

In this episode, Dr Patrick Geoghegan explores the wondrous world of historical hairstyles with 'The Coiffured' exhibition curator and visual artist Amanda Jane Graham; looks at the world's first named author, Enheduanna, and the Women of Mesopotamia...

Share this article

20.00 12 Feb 2023


The History of Hairdressing



Share this article

20.00 12 Feb 2023


In this episode, Dr Patrick Geoghegan explores the wondrous world of historical hairstyles with 'The Coiffured' exhibition curator and visual artist Amanda Jane Graham; looks at the world's first named author, Enheduanna, and the Women of Mesopotamia with Morgan Library exhibition curator Sidney Babcock; gets an insight into the People and Places of our past with the National Photographic Archive's Sara Smyth; and hears how to date your family photographs with Dr Katherine Howells, a Principal Records Specialist in the Visual Collections at the National Archives in the UK.


Read more about

Talking History With Patrick Geoghegan

Related Episodes

David Hickey on his fight for...

01:01:45

David Hickey on his fight for Palestine, cancer battle & GAA's place in Ireland | OTB Breakfast Extra

OTB GAA

01:01:45


'I thought I'd be dead by 25'...

00:18:59

'I thought I'd be dead by 25' - Young people coping with alcoholism in Ireland

Lunchtime Live Highlights

00:18:59


The 'manopause' is real and we...

00:06:53

The 'manopause' is real and we should be talking about it

Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

00:06:53


Asylum seekers 'should be able...

00:05:18

Asylum seekers 'should be able to work from when they arrive'

Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

00:05:18