Morning – Octagon
10-11 am Professor Robert Gerwarth 'Europe's Age of Civil Wars, 1917-1949'
11.15 am-12.15 Professor Caitríona Beaumont on her project ‘Afterlives of Activist Women’ looking at Ireland, Germany and Finland
12.30-1.3 0pm Dr Eve Morrison on ‘Trauma, Democracy and the Irish Civil War’
Morning – Boathouse
10-11am Helen Beaumont: 'Pathways to Participation - programming about the Decade of Centenaries at the National Museum of Ireland'
11.15am-12.15 Commandant Daniel Ayiotis ‘Crests and Troughs: Preserving the Records of the Irish Revolution’
12.30-1.30 pm Professor Heather Jones ‘King George V and Ireland: Reform, Revolution and Royal Regret’
13.30-14.30 Lunch - food & drink will be available
Afternoon – Octagon
2.30-3.30 pm Dr Edward Burke 'The Greatest Weight? Paramilitaries, inter-generational violence and feud in Ulster’s borderlands'
3.45-4.45 pm Dr Nicholas McDowell ‘The Poetry of Civil War: from Milton to Yeats’
5-6 pm Paul Lay ‘Irish Agency in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms’
Afternoon – Boat House
2.30-3.30 pm Dominic Selwood on his book Anatomy of a Nation: A History of British Identity in 50 Documents
3.45-.4.45 pm Mike MacCarthy-Morrogh ‘The hairy heel infiltrates West Cork: the MacCarthy Morroghs of Innis Beg in the 19th century’
Festival Concert – Octagon – 8.30-10.00 pm
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