Please note, with a lockdown in place until 1 April 2021 this event may be cancelled or postponed; or its venue may be temporarily closed to the public. Check with the event organiser or venue for most up-to-date information.

Description

The Reconciliation Fund supported Spring Talk Series, in conjunction with Dr Eamon Phoenix and other noted historians, in now available to block book. The lectures will be via Zoom live from Clifton House on Thursday evenings, commencing 25 February. Each lecture will last approximately 45 minutes followed by a Q&A session.

The full list of talks are:

  • 25 February | 8pm | Partition, Conflict and the Establishment of Northern Ireland 1918-1921 |Dr Éamon Phoenix
  • 4 March | 7pm |Carson, Craig and the Partition of Ireland 1914-1921 | Dr Éamon Phoenix
  • 11 March | 7pm| Ireland from War to Truce to Treaty Split: NI and the Treat Negotiations | Dr Éamon Phoenix
  • 18 March | 7pm |Joe Devlin, Northern Nationalists and the Partition of Ireland 1916-1922 | Dr Éamon Phoenx
  • 25 March | 7pm | Nationalist and Unionist Women in the Age of Partition | Dr Margaret Ward

Please note the pre-sale is for a block booking for attending all five lectures via Zoom. Tickets for individual lectures will be available after the pre-sale. Please note that all talks, with the exception of 25 February, will begin at 7pm.

Zoom codes are unique for each talk and will be sent out on the morning of the event.

For further information, email archive@cliftonbelfast.org.uk.

Tickets & Pricing
  • Price per device £25
Thu, 11 Mar 2021 7:00 - 8:00pm
Thu, 18 Mar 2021 7:00 - 8:00pm
Thu, 25 Mar 2021 7:00 - 8:00pm

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