Patricia Clavin, Zeitlyn Fellow, Tutor in History and Professor of International History, recently took part in a panel discussion organised by the Embassy of Ireland in London on the Government of Ireland Act, which received royal accent in 1920. The discussion was part of a number of events being held to mark the centenary of the Act.

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 Journalist and writer Fergal Keane moderated the conversation, and Patricia’s fellow panellists included a number of distinguished Irish historians; Caoimhe Nic Dháibhéid, (Senior Lecturer in Modern History at Sheffield University), Niamh Gallagher (Lecturer in History at Cambridge University), and Jesus alumnus Ian McBride (Foster Professor of Irish History at the University of Oxford).

Watch the discussion here.