1916 Centenary Lecture

This Thursday, March 31, 7 pm, Seattle U.


IRISH
HISTORIAN EXAMINES LEGACY OF EASTER REBELLION
Professor Andrew Sanders presents "Ireland Since 1916, A Century of Rebellion?" 

Irish History Professor Andrew Sanders has published extensively on modern Irish history, particularly on the conflict in Northern Ireland .  Currently teaching at Texas A&M University, he previously taught  at the Clinton Institute for American Studies at University College Dublin, and at Seattle University from 2009-2010. A PhD Graduate of Queen's University Belfast, he has conducted research focusing on the role of the US in the Northern Ireland Peace Process. He is the author of Inside the IRA: Dissident Republicans and the War for Legitimacy  and the co-author of Times of Troubles: Britain's War in Northern Ireland . He has published in a wide range of academic journals such as The Journal of Transatlantic Studies, Irish Political Studies and The British Journal of Politics and International Relations . He has also contributed work to the BBC, the Daily Telegraph and the Baltimore Sun .

Thursday, 7 pm, at Seattle University's Wykoff Auditorium
(900 Broadway, Seattle,  Bannan Engineering Bg)

Admission
This event is free and open to the public, but be aware that space is limited and seats cannot be reserved.


 This is the annual Al Mann Memorial Lecture which commemorates the legacy of Seattle University History Professor Albert Mann.