September 14th, 2020

'The history and legacy of partition' with Dr Darragh Gannon

Dr Darragh Gannon from Queen's University, an expert in the Irish revolutionary period, will deliver a talk on the history and legacy of Partition in Ireland during this event for Good Relations Week. 

This event is co-delivered by National Museums NI and the Nerve Centre ahead of plans in 2021 to cover the centenary of Partition.

This online event will feature a presentation from Darragh Gannon who will offer a history of partition and its ongoing legacy today. Darragh is a modern historian with research expertise in the Irish in Great Britain and the Irish revolution and has published widely on the revolutionary decade.

The event will also feature the opportunity to hear about plans form National Museums NI and the Nerve Centre around the centenary. 

This event is taking place on Zoom. Sign-up closes 24 hours before the event and an invite will be sent to everyone registered 24 hours before the beginning of the event. Register via the link at the top of the page.

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Project Contacts

Shauna McGowan

Community Engagement Officer at National Museums NI

Niamh Baker

Curator at National Museums NI

028 9039 5285

Danielle Carragher

Community Engagement Officer at National Museums NI

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