Gillis, Elizabeth

Liz Gillis is from Dublin and worked as a local history researcher in the St. Nicholas of Myra centre from 2004 to 2006, during which time she collaborated on a number of exhibLiz Gillis is the author of Women of the Irish Revolution, Revolution in Dublin and The Fall of Dublin. Her latest title is The Hale Brothers and the Irish Revolution. She has a degree in Irish History and works as a Curatorial Assistant in RTÉ. She has worked as a researcher on numerous publications, participated in many conferences focusing on the Irish revolution and has also developed a 'Revolutionary' walking tour of her native Liberties. Liz is co-organiser of the annual conference on the burning of the Custom House in 1921.itions relating to the history of Dublin. She now works in Kilmainham Gaol as a tour guide. She also organises walking tours on the history of the Dublin 8 area. She is the author of 'The Fall of Dublin', part of Mercier's Military History of the Irish Civil War series.