Conflicted Cities 1880 – 1930

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Registration: 09.20h                Conference commences: 09.30h


Conflicted Cities: between imperial and proto-national c. 1880-1930
Sat. 7 June 2014
IIIS Seminar Room, 6th Floor, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin

With the financial support of the
Trinity College Dublin Association and Trust

09.30h – 11.00h Session 1: The other Athens and the Second City
Graeme Morton
  • Scotland’s Disgrace: Negotiating Governance in the Shadow of Empire
Chris Harvie
  • Second city – First war: Glasgow 1912-1916
11.00h – 11.30h Break
11.30h – 13.00h Session 2: Cultural conflicts and nationalism
Manjushree Singh
  • Dynamics of National and Local Politics: a study of Delhi: 1926-1931
Gareth Jenkins
  • Belfast,  Liverpool, Britishness and Protestant Sectarian Violence
    1880-1922: ‘Rowdyism versus Respectability’
Brendan Twomey
  • Dublin 1890-1914: A capital in waiting?
13.00h – 14.00h Lunch
14.00h – 15.30h Session 3: City v. Nation in buildings and books
Bob Morris
  • Re-building Edinburgh: re-imaging Scotland – a contest for space,
    1846-1914.
Halena Oleta
  • Political Topos vs Poetical Tropos: Lviv as one city of three national cultures
Ciarán Wallace
  • Our Nation’s Capital: locating Dublin in Ireland’s history
15.30h – 17.00h Roundtable discussion with tea and coffee

The Conflicted Cities workshop/conference is supported by financial assistance from
The Trinity College Dublin Association and Trust

Registration is free.

To register for Conflicted Cities please email:  conflictedcities@gmail.com 

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Conflicted Cities workshop/conference is supported by financial assistance from 

Organised by Dr Ciarán Wallace, Centre for Contemporary Irish History, Trinity College Dublin

The Trinity College Dublin Association and Trust

 

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