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Siobhán Doyle, GradCAM PhD Researcher publishes the article ‘James Connolly’s Bloodstained Vest’

Mediating Death and Violence in Commemorative Exhibitions’ in a special issue in 20th Century European History of the Remembrance and Solidarity Studies journal.

The main aim of the article is to analyse the memorialization of James Connolly (1868–1916), socialist and revolutionary leader, at the National Museum of Ireland. The article describes in detail the process of memorialization and the multiple difficulties that hinder past reconstructions using the tools of museology.

Remembrance and Solidarity Studies in 20th Century European History is a platform for exchange of views between researchers of the history of Central Europe. The May 2018 volume is devoted to the diverse aspects of violence in 20th-century European history and the research papers showcase the complexity and multiple perspectives from which the phenomenon of violence can be studied. The journal is available for viewing and download online: http://www.enrs.eu/docs/studies/studies-2018-www.pdf.

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