Social conflict, war, and revolution in Co. Galway, 1913-23’ 14 lectures; 10 minutes each; all free

Posted: September 16, 2013 in Uncategorized

GALWAY CITY MUSEUM
in association with
History Dept, NUI Galway

CULTURE NIGHT, Fri., 20 September 2012, 6 pm – 8.20 pm

Social conflict, war, and revolution in Co. Galway, 1913-23’

14 lectures; 10 minutes each; all free

6.00: Seosamh Ó Cuaig, Pearse and Lord Dudley in Ros Muc
6.10: Bernadette O’Connell, Policing a “wild, fierce and most original town”: The RIC in Galway, 1913-1922
6.20: Willie Henry, Recruiting in Galway
6.30: Jackie Uí Chionna, ‘Máirtín Mór’ McDonogh in the years of upheaval
6.45: Rosaleen O’Neill, Professor Valentine Steinberger: “Another martyr for old Ireland”?
6.55: Mary Clancy, Working Life Stories
7.05 John Cunningham, Tom Glynn’s war
7.15 Cormac Ó Comhraí, “A Hotbed of Sinn Féinism”: University College Galway during the Revolution
7.25: Marie Boran & Loretto O’Donoghue, Galway Cumann na mBan women: evidence from Bureau of Military History
7.40: Gerard Madden, Jack Keogh of Ballinasloe
7.50: Damien Quinn, Mutiny for a Bounty: The Connaught Rangers in India 1920
8.00: Conor McNamara, Black & Tans: the terror in Galway town
8.10: Sarah-Anne Buckley, From Ballyconree orphanage to Parramatta

Curated & introduced by Dr John Cunningham, History Dept, NUI Galway

 

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