HIST 3262 Study and Writing of History: Social and Political Violence in Ireland in the 20th Century (Fall: 3 )
The aim of this course is to enable students to pursue an in-depth study of the history of Ireland’s violent past in its 20th century manifestation. This will initially take the form of a general survey of the revolutionary generation 1913-23 and how this set the pattern for violent encounter with both the British and Irish states for the rest of the century. Students will then opt to look at one aspect of social and political violence and write a 25 page paper exploring these themes.
Instructor(s): Oliver Rafferty
Last Updated: 09-Feb-18