A Decade of Centenaries

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The Anglo-Irish Treaty This week we're highlighting a number of events coming up focused on the Anglo-Irish Treaty, signed in December 1921, and the negotiations leading up to it.
Sean Boyne: The Execution of Bridget Noble Sean Boyne: The Execution of Bridget Noble. The Missing Woman of the Beara Peninsula Troubles
Donal Lowry: Everything that Touches Ireland…. Donal Lowry: Everything that Touches Ireland....
Flor MacCarthy: A family on both sides Flor MacCarthy: A family on both sides of the 1921 Rosscarbery RIC barracks attack - Flor MacCarthy.
Partition: Panel Discussion Sat, Aug 7 2021 4.00pm Partition: Panel Discussion with with Professor Paul Bew, Dr Niamh Gallagher and Dr Caoimhe Nic Dháibhéid
Let’s talk about the Black and Tans: Panel Discussion Fri, Aug 6, 2021 4:00 PM Panel Discussion: Let’s talk about the Black and Tans. Professor John Horne (Chair)
Fergal Keane: What we choose to remember & how Sun, Aug 8 6:00pm What we choose to remember and how - Fergal Keane
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Professor John Horne: 1919-1923 Professor John Horne: At the Crossroads: Ireland, Britain and the International Context, 1919-1923
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Dr Eve Morrison: The Kilmichael Ambush Dr Eve Morrison is Canon Murray Fellow in Irish History at St Catherine’s College Oxford. She is working on a major new book on the Kilmichael ambush due out in November for the centenary. Here, Eve discusses the interviews on which historian Peter Hart based his important if controversial work on the subject.
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Professor Brian Walker: Cork & Ulster in 1920 Professor Brian Walker of Queen’s University Belfast talks about inter-connected violence in Cork and Ulster during the War of Independence. He touches on, among others, the connected murders of Tomás Mac Curtain and Oswald Swanzy.