‘Ireland, Russia and a revolutionary world’

Cork Studies in the Irish Revolution continue this week with a conference at University College Cork on ‘Ireland, Russia and a revolutionary world’ organised by the School of History. All welcome.

Friday 3 November 2017

Room G05, Brookfield Health Sciences Complex, UCC

 

9.20am

Opening remarks

          Gabriel Doherty, School of History, University College Cork

 

9.30am

‘The fourth path’: Ireland and the Polish question, 1916-8

          Gabriel Doherty, School of History, University College Cork

 

10.20am

Irish self-determination and the Soviet revolution, and the shots that reverberated a long time, 1916-1931

          Jerome aan de Wiel, School of History, University College Cork

 

11.10am

The Irish revolution and its American dimensions, 1916-1922

          John Borgonovo, School of History, University College Cork

 

12.00pm

Lunch break

 

1.40pm

Language and emotion in the Russian revolution

          Judith Devlin, School of History, University College Dublin

 

2.30pm

Revolutionary identities and violence: some reflections from the Russian and Irish revolutions

          James Ryan, School of History, Archaeology and Religion,

          Cardiff University

 

3.20pm

The Soviet impact on the western world revisited

          Geoff Roberts, School of History, University College Cork

 

4.10pm

Concluding remarks

          David Ryan, School of History, University College Cork

 

 

Conference organised by the School of History University College Cork,

For further information please telephone 021-4902783, email [email protected]. Please address any correspondence to: ‘Ireland-Russia conference’, School of History, University College Cork.

Organiser: Gabriel Doherty, School of History, University College Cork.


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