This workshop will take place in the Armstrong Building at Newcastle University, and includes a panel on twentieth-century Ireland. It is organised by Jack Hepworth (Newcastle University) & Emma Dewhirst (Liverpool University).
A two-day workshop which will take place in the Armstrong Building at Newcastle University on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 October: Rebellion, Revolution and Resistance in the Twentieth Century: Class, Networks and Political Violence. The workshop is free and open to all.
The workshop will feature papers from 12 postgraduate research students working on diverse twentieth-century social movements around the world, as well as two keynote speakers:
Professor Sarah Waters (University of Leeds) offers expertise in post-1968 social movements, globalisation, and neoliberalism.
Professor Niall Ó Dochartaigh (National University of Ireland, Galway) has research interests in conflict, negotiation, and new technologies.
For further information and registration information, please see the EventBrite page:
Registration closes at 6pm on Friday 20 September. Should you have any further queries, please contact Jack Hepworth at email@example.com