In this Section:

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’
Miriam O’Donovan: ‘James Goodman’s Song Manuscript of 1857 in its Context’
Thomas O’Connor: ‘Strangers to Citizens: the Irish in Europe before the French Revolution’
Gerald O’Brien in Conversation with William Casey: ‘Daniel O’Connell and the Monster Repeal Meeting, Skibbereen, June 1843’
Orla Murphy: ‘The Life and Work of Seamus Murphy’
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
Liam Kennedy: ‘The IRA and Irish Protestants, 1919-23 and 1969-98’
John Horne: ‘At the Crossroads: Ireland, Britain and the International Context, 1919-1923’
Jim Herlihy: The Royal Irish Constabulary ‘A Forgotten Force – The Case for a Memorial.’
Daisy Goodwin – Writing Victoria
Ruth Dudley Edwards – Reflecting on Attitudes in Southern Ireland to Northern Ireland
Ida Milne and Ian d’Alton – ‘Protestant and Irish: Opening a different sort of conversation?’
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