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Antrim - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Gort/Glór Lecture Series - Revolution in Ireland 1917-23‏

category antrim | miscellaneous | event notice author Saturday February 05, 2011 18:55author by Ciarán Report this post to the editors

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

February – Saturday 19th, 7pm

Conor Kostick – Revolution in Ireland 1917-23
Conor Kostick - Revolution in Ireland 1917-23
Conor Kostick - Revolution in Ireland 1917-23

Conor Kostick was radicalised by the British miners' strike of 1984-5 and became an activist for the Socialist Workers Party both in the UK and - after moving in 1990 - in Ireland. A former editor of Socialist Worker in Ireland, he now teaches history part-time at Trinity College Dublin and writes fiction. His historical works include 'The Easter Rising - A guide to Dublin in 1916' (with Lorcan Collins) and 'Revolution in Ireland - Popular Militancy, 1917-1923'. He was, for ten years, a guide on the popular Easter Rising walking tour in Dublin.

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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