BA CVC graduate to present at Conference of the Historical Dialogues, Justice and Memory Network, Amsterdam December 2016

BA CVC graduate, Siobhán Doyle, to present research paper at Sixth Annual Conference of the Historical Dialogues, Justice and Memory Network a NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies, Amsterdam, December 2016. Information on the conference here: Historical Dialogues, Justice and Memory Network

Siobhán's paper title is '1916 Easter Rising and the Challenges of Commemoration in Ireland' and will reflect on how Ireland's ambitious centenary commemorations have produced a broadening of frameworks and a reconceptualization of historical narratives and commemorative practices to affectively deal with the pluralist history of political events in Ireland.

Siobhán is on a PhD Scholarship at GradCAM and the Dublin School of Creative Arts.

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