Irish History Summit

Online, Tuesday 19th January

A unique one day online event where leading Irish Historians present talks from the Leaving Certificate history curriculum.

What is the History Summit?

The History Summit is a one day event structured around six one hour online lectures and discussions. Each topic (full list below) has been chosen based on a review of the Leaving Certificate history exam papers over the past decade. Each speaker is a leading historian in their field.

Speakers
• Dr Mary McAuliffe
• Dr Brian Hanly
• Liz Gillis
• Dr Patrick Mulroe
• Dr Leanne McCormick
• Dr Richard McElligott
• Patrick Hickey

Presentation Topics.
• The Anglo‐Irish Treaty, 1921
• Social and economic problems faced by Irish governments, 1923-1945
• Cultural revival: the GAA; the Gaelic League; the Anglo-Irish Literary Revival
• The impact of international developments on the state of Northern Ireland 1932-1945
• The threat and use of physical force in Ireland 1912- 1923
• The Sunningdale Agreement and the Power-Sharing Executive 1973- 1974
• Do’s and Don’ts of the Leaving Cert- Seminar on Exam Technique and Marking Scheme

Each lecture will each last approximately forty minutes, followed by a Q&A

Tickets also include exclusive access to podcasts of each talk (these will not be available to the public)

The Irish History Summit – History made easy.


Date:
Tuesday 19th January
Time:
9.00am
Price:
€21.49 – €99

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