Conference: Less Than a Week to Go

Posted by Dr Adrian Grant on 13th November 2014

The Accounts of the Conflict International Conference is now only days away. “Digitally Archiving Stories for Peacebuilding” takes place at the Holiday Inn, Ormeau Avenue, Belfast on 17-18 November. Interest…

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Accounts of the Conflict International Conference

Posted by Dr Adrian Grant on 30th September 2014

Work on the Accounts of the Conflict digital archive is reaching an advanced stage with the project team busy preparing and adding content to the archive, repository and website. The…

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International Links

Posted by Dr Adrian Grant on 9th May 2014

In the first of two posts on the subject, Adrian Grant outlines the international links of Accounts of the Conflict and reports on his recent visits to Boston and Washington…

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Reconciliation Lessons: Verne Harris On South Africa

Posted by Guest Contributor on 17th April 2014

This post was originally published on the website of the Northern Ireland Foundation on 9 April 2014. The author is Eoin Dignan. Thanks to Eoin and the Northern Ireland Foundation…

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Seminar Series

Posted by Dr Brendan Lynn on 15th April 2014

Alongside the work on the Accounts of the Conflict project, a seminar series is being arranged where contributors are providing presentations detailing their experiences of archiving and presenting stories relating…

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Reconsidered Narratives

Posted by Prof Brandon Hamber on 8th April 2014

A working group of the Victims and Survivors Forum produced an interesting paper last year on dealing with the past (download here). The document addresses a range of issues including…

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Storytelling, Digital Archiving & Research

Posted by Dr Adrian Grant on 21st March 2014

Debate over how to address the legacy of the conflict in Northern Ireland is engaging academics, politicians, journalists, community workers and various others at present. ‘Dealing with the past’ is…

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