In this Section:

Festival Concert: ‘Thus She Shall Go To The Stars’
Panel Discussion: The Bandon Valley Killings
Professor Brian Walker: The Bandon Valley Massacre
Dr Andy Bielenberg: ‘100 years on; The Dunmanway Massacre Revisited’
Don Wood: 1922 and the Protestant Community in West Cork
Dr Gemma Clark: “Sectarianism” as an Interpretative Framework
Black ’47 Panel Discussion
John Kelly: Artistic Response to An Gorta Mór
Dr Charles Read – Famine and the Financial Crisis of 1847
Professor Melissa Fegan: Literature and the Famine
Professor Breandán Mac Suibhne: Black ’47 in Skibbereen
An Taoiseach Micheál Martin Introduces the West Cork History Festival 2022
Bob Geldof reads N.M. Cummins’ Letter to the London Times
Panel Discussion: Reflecting on the challenges which lie ahead in the Decade of Centenaries.
Panel Discussion: Reflecting on the triangular relationship between Ireland, Britain & Continental Europe.
Brian Walker: ‘Southern Protestant Voices during the War of Independence and Civil War’
Brendan Simms: ‘From back door to back stop. Britain, Ireland and Europe in historical perspective’.
Eunan O’Halpin – ‘Policing and politics: the RIC and the War of Independence, 1919-21’