A Decade of Centenaries

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There’s no escaping… An important centenary this week - of the signing of the Anglo-Irish treaty on 6 December - so we've pulled together some of the content on this, but also some non-centenary related articles ranging from 1960s Cuba to Neolithic Co Meath.
Eithne Coyle, Eileen Gray & Knockdrum Stone Fort Leading republican Eithne Coyle, architect & designer Eileen Gray and - to mark International Archaeology Day - our local Knockdrum Stone Fort.
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