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Forgotten histories: the Irish in the First World War

1:00pm-2:00pm on Friday 26 March

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Dr Niamh Gallagher is a Lecturer at the Faculty of History in modern British and Irish history. Her first book, Ireland and the Great War: A Social and Political History (Bloomsbury, 2019), is the first work of Irish history to win the Royal Historical Society's 2020 Whitfield Prize. Niamh has participated regularly on the media, most recently as a discussant on the Radio 4 show, In Our Time and Cambridge-based podcast, Talking Politics. Niamh also leads The Mether Initiative at St Catharine's College with Des Browne (Lord Browne of Ladyton), which offers a physical and virtual non-partisan space where future leaders, academics and policymakers can learn from the history of Britain and Ireland in all their varieties.

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