A madness within? Reflecting on the causes of the Irish Civil War
This March, you are invited to join us for an early lunchtime event online at 12pm on 3rd March when a panel of experts from the DCU School of History and Geography, debate the extent to which civil war was avoidable in 1922.
A must-see for all Irish history buffs, the event will be chaired by Dr Daithi O Corrain, Chair of DCU’s MA in History and co-author of the acclaimed The Dead of the Irish Revolution. He will be joined by brilliant colleagues as follows:
- Dr Leeann Lane - with research interests in the area of 19th and 20th-century gender and women's history
- Dr Will Murphy - with research interests in modern Irish history and a particular expertise in the history of the Irish revolutionary period
- Dr Marnie Hay - with research interests in the history of children and childhood, the history of nationalism and the Irish cultural revival
- Dr Maria Falina - with research interests in Eastern Europe, intellectual history, nationalism, and history of religion and politics
All are welcome!
Please note, this event may be recorded.