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Antrim - Event Notice
Saturday March 26 2011
06:00 PM

The Tan War in Tyrone, 1920-21 - Gort/Glór Lecture Series

category antrim | history and heritage | event notice author Monday March 14, 2011 19:39author by Ciarán Report this post to the editors

Gort na Móna CLG & Glór na Móna present
Community Lecture Series 2011

March – Saturday 26th, 7pm

Fergal McCluskey – The Tan War in Tyrone, 1920-21: a comparative analysis of I.R.A. and Crown Forces’ violence
Fergal McCluskey – The Tan War in Tyrone, 1920-21
Fergal McCluskey – The Tan War in Tyrone, 1920-21

Fergal is a native of Dungannon, Co Tyrone. He studied at Queens University Belfast where he received a BA and MA in Modern History. In 2007, he completed a PhD at the same institution, which Manchester University Press has recently published as Fenians and Ribbonmen: The Development of Republican Politics in East Tyrone, 1898-1918. His talk is based on post-doctoral research at the National University of Ireland, Galway between 2008-10, the findings of which will be published by Four Courts Press Dublin in 2012, as part of their upcoming popular series on the Irish revolution. A qualified teacher by profession, he currently works in Coláiste Feirste, Belfast’s Irish-medium college.

The talk will take place in Gort na Móna CLG, Springfield Road, Belfast.

It will be followed by a traditional music session.

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