UNLIKELY CENTENARY: A HUNDRED YEARS OF NORTHERN IRELAND, 7.30pm 🗓

January 17, 2021

Speaker: Kevin Cronin
The imminent marking of the anniversary of 100 years of the existence of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland seems to be passing under the radar. This is strange as under capitalism, most national governments are keen to publicise and celebrate important events in their nation’s historical narrative to legitimise the existence and operation of the state and to reinforce the identity between the state and its citizenry. This talk will explore why this is not the case in this instance and why it may be of interest to socialists.

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