Gallery WCHF Admin 26th August 2019 No Comments A welcome space to continue the discussions and enjoy some refreshments. His Excellency Dan Mulhall discussing parallels between American and Irish independence. Professor Mary Murphy on Europe and the British-Irish Relationship: Past, Present and Future Enjoying a break: Professor Thomas O’Connor after his talk on the Irish in Europe before the French Revolution. John Dorney explaining the importance of Florence McCarthy. Soaking up the sun: Professor Brendan Simms (left) with Bishop Paul Colton (right). Professor Clare Connolly describing the Deep Maps West Cork Coastal Culture project Festival co-founder Victoria Kingston (left) with speaker William Casey (right). Question time. The beautiful voice of Miriam O’Donovan prior to discussing James Goodman. Daniel O’Connell and the Monster Repeal Meeting as explained by Gerald O’Brien. At the crossroads: Professor John Horne takes a question about Ireland, Britain and the international context 1919-23. Former Taoiseach John Bruton carries on the debate. Dr Sylvie Kleinman deciding what to see next after her talk on framing the Irish Republic. The busy Arena tent. Orla Murphy continuing to discuss her father, sculptor Seamus Murphy. Gerald O’Brien (left) and William Casey (right) relax in the secret garden. The final discussion of the day with (left to right): Professor Brendan Simms, Ruth Dudley Edwards, chair Patrick Handley, Professor Mary Murphy and Professor John Horne exploring the relationship between Britain, Ireland and continental Europe. A post-panel Ruth Dudley Edwards. The end of the panel, and everyone’s still smiling. ← Friday: the 2019 West Cork History Festival Sunday: the West Cork History Festival → Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.