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Peter Donnelly, Editor The 3rd of May 2021 marks one hundred years of Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom as we know it today. 1920 and 1921 were foundational years for modern understandings of the history of Ireland, be it politically, socially, economically or constitutionally. Following centuries of bitter political wrangling over Ireland’s constitutional future,Continue reading “Editorial: Northern Ireland at 100, The Government of Ireland Act 1920, Partition and Northern Ireland”
Queen’s University, Belfast recently revealed their plans examining the multi-faceted impact of the partition of Ireland in that event’s centenary year. The series of talks, named ‘The Partition of Ireland: Causes and Consequences’ will feature prominent academics from and associated with the University. Editor, Peter Donnelly writes.