Resistance to authority in Ireland, 1917-1918

Writing of post-1916 Rising Sinn Féin, historian Charles Townshend has commented “The place of violence in the movement was vague”. Join members of the DCU School of History and Geography for a discussion on the scope and significance of political resistance to authority in Ireland in 1917 and 1918. Historian in Residence with Dublin City Council, Darragh Gannon will also contribute to the discussion. D210 St Patrick’s Campus DCU, Drumcondra

D210, St Patrick’s Campus DCU, Drumcondra on 6th October at 6.30pm

No booking required. All welcome on a first come, first served basis.

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