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Towards a Belfast Festival of History

Linen Hall 17 Donegall Square N, Belfast

PANEL DISCUSSION The Dublin History Festival has evolved into the largest history programme across the island of Ireland. There is a growing sentiment among those engaged in Belfast’s history that...

£3.00 – £4.00

In Conversation With Jan Carson And Nandi Jola

Ulster Museum (NMNI) 8 Stranmillis Rd, Belfast, United Kingdom

Douglass Dialogues Conversation: 'Ink and Insight: Jan Carson and Nandi Jola in Dialogue' Come along to this In Conversation on Tuesday 16th April and hear from two of Northern Ireland's...

Free

Douglass Dialogues

Linen Hall 17 Donegall Square N, Belfast

IN CONVERSATION  Join us for an insightful conversation between Kenneth B. Morris, Jr., great-great-great-grandson of Frederick Douglass, and esteemed Douglass family historian and writer, Professor Celeste-Marie Bernier. Together, they will...

£5.00 – £6.50

The Sunningdale Agreement

Linen Hall 17 Donegall Square N, Belfast

IN CONVERSATION The Sunningdale Agreement of December 1973 led to the establishment of Northern Ireland’s first power-sharing executive. By 28 May 1974, the executive, led by Prime Minister Brian Faulkner,...

£5.00 – £6.50

Our Roots Travel Widely: Irish Poetry Beyond Regionalism and Nationalism

Linen Hall 17 Donegall Square N, Belfast

SYMPOSIUM This symposium will explore mid-century Irish poetry’s rich web of affiliations, reconceptualising the period from Partition to the Troubles by bringing to light neglected cross-border collaborations, transnational connections, feminist,...

Free