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Remember & Enlighten:
Mondays At The Museum
Bloody Sunday Online Lecture Series: September 14th - November 16th, Mondays at 7pm
Insight awaits with out lecture series that will examine Bloody Sunday from every angle and analyse the impact felt in its wake.
Our line-up of expert speakers will bring you thought-provoking discussion on a diverse range of topics.
Tickets can be purchased for individual lectures and they include a free pass to our Remembering Bloody Sunday exhibiton in the GAA Museum once we re-open.
Adult ticket - €10
Students/seniors ticket - €8
Tickets for the first two lectures (Prof. Diarmaid Ferriter and Dr. Anne Dolan) are free as part of the Dublin Festival of History, but must be reserved in advance.
All events will adhere to government guidelines in relation to social distancing and capacity to prevent the spread of Covid-19. All visitors to the GAA Museum should familiarise themselves with our procedures in advance of their visit on crokepark.ie/tours/covid-19-procedures
|Watch Back||Date||Speaker||Lecture Title||Availability|
Listen Now||14/09/20||Prof. Diarmaid Ferriter
Institution: UCD||Setting the scene: Overview of the War of Independence in Ireland 1920||Sold Out|
Watch Now||21/09/20||Dr. Anne Dolan
Institution: TCD||Killing and Bloody Sunday Morning||Sold Out|
Watch Now||28/09/20||Dr. Will Murphy
Institution: DCU||Sport and Revolution: The Irish Case||Tickets Available for Online Lecture|
Watch Now||19/10/20||Dr. Ciara Chambers
Institution: UCC||The Propaganda of Partition: Coverage of the War of Independence and Civil War in Cinema Newsreels||Tickets Available for Online Lecture|
|John Flannery||TBC - lecture to be announced||Postponed until 2021|
Watch Now||09/11/20||Michael Foley
Sunday Times||Remembering the Forgotten||Tickets Available for Online Lecture|
Watch Now||16/11/20||Siobhan Doyle
Institution: TU Dublin||Commemorating Conflict: Remembering Bloody Sunday and Difficult History||Tickets Available for Online Lecture|
Watch Now||23/11/20||Prof. Fearghal McGarry
Institution: QUB||'An Irish Amritsar'? Ireland's revolution in global context||Tickets Available for Online Lecture|