In this Section:

Ireland, Europe and the World
Dr Gemma Clark: “Sectarianism” as an Interpretative Framework
Black ’47 Panel Discussion
Dr Charles Read – Famine and the Financial Crisis of 1847
Professor Melissa Fegan: Literature and the Famine
Panel Discussion: Reflecting on the triangular relationship between Ireland, Britain & Continental Europe.
Brendan Simms: ‘From back door to back stop. Britain, Ireland and Europe in historical perspective’.
Thomas O’Connor: ‘Strangers to Citizens: the Irish in Europe before the French Revolution’
Mary Murphy: ‘Europe and the British-Irish Relationship: Past, Present and Future’
Dan Mulhall: Declaring Independence – America 1776, Ireland 1919
Sylvie Kleinman – ‘Framing the Irish Republic 1796-2016’ A revisit of Tone’s exile in France for the Decade of Commemorations
John Horne: ‘At the Crossroads: Ireland, Britain and the International Context, 1919-1923’
Daisy Goodwin – Writing Victoria
Ruth Dudley Edwards – Reflecting on Attitudes in Southern Ireland to Northern Ireland
John Dorney: ‘Florence McCarthy and his Spanish Connections’
John Bruton: In Conversation with Carl Dinnen
Niamh O’Sullivan: Art & the Great Hunger
Eunan O’Halpin: A Catalogue of Errors – the British Government and Ireland in 1918
Peter Murray: The Victorian Painter George Victor du Noyer