Modern Irish History seminars
The Modern Irish History research seminars take place throughout the academic year and are open to all.
Time and location
As a result of COVID-19 the Modern Irish History Seminar will take place online on Tuesdays at 5pm. If you are interested in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Semester 2 2021/22
Tue 1 Feb
|Sean Donnelly (Teesside University)||'Revolution and nationalism in Treatyite political thought'|
|Tue 8 Mar||
Kathy Davies (Sheffield Hallam University)
|'The Manchester Guardian and Anglo-Irish peacemaking 1919-1922'|
|Tue 29 Mar||
Dr Margaret Ward (Queen's University Belfast)
|'British feminism and their views on the Treaty and the Civil War'|
|Tue 3 May||
Dr Bill Kissane (London School of Economics and Political Science)
|'Civil War as the Graveyard of Revolution on the European Periphery, 1917-1923'|
Semester 1 2021/22
|Tuesday 28 Sept||
Dr Róisín Healy (NUI Galway)
|'The Partition of Ireland: Polish Precedents and Parallels'|
|Tuesday 19 Oct||
Dr Margaret O’Callaghan (Queen's University Belfast)
|'James Craig and the new Irish border: 1919-1925'|
|Tuesday 9 Nov||
Professor Graham Walker (Queen's University Belfast)
|'Northern Ireland 1921-72: A Protestant State?'|
|Tuesday 7 Dec||
University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Roundtable: Anna Lively, Niamh Coffey, James Bright, Dexter Govan
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