100 years on: Ireland; Finland; New Zealand; Poland - A comparative history13 September 2022
If you missed last week's Academy Discourse, which took the form of a comparative panel discussion, you can watch it back now.
A comparative discussion, chaired by Robert Gerwarth MRIA, with Professor Charlotte Macdonald (New Zealand), Dr Jochen Böhler (Poland), Professor Marjaana Niemi (Finland) and Mary E. Daly MRIA (Ireland) to examine developments in the context of the Irish state’s history. The countries selected, apart from Ireland, have some common characteristics with the Irish state. In this Discourse, each historian identifies and presents two or three developments from their research that their state achieved and two or three that it got wrong or did not achieve.
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