(A collection by Adrian Kerr)
A collection of 33 interviews / personal accounts published in the book 'Perceptions; Cultures in Conflict'. show more.
(A collection by Marie Smyth and Marie-Therese Fay (editors)
This collection is contained in an edited book which has 14 personal accounts from individuals affected by the conflict in Northern Ireland. The accounts are based on in-depth interviews and survey work conducted by The Cost of the Troubles Study which operated from 1996 to 1999. show more.
(A collection by Cahal McLaughlin, Queens University Belfast (QUB).)
"The Prisons Memory Archive has recorded 175 interviews from those who passed through Armagh Gaol and the Maze and Long Kesh Prison. These prisons were both touchstone and tinderbox during the 30 years of the violent conflict about the constitutional status of Northern Ireland. The range of participants in the PMA includes prison staff, prisoners, visitors, teachers, chaplains and probation officers." [from the Prisons Memory Archive Web site] show more.
The School of Creative Arts, at Queens University, is the base for Professor Cahal McLaughlin who has been involved in producing documentaries about the conflict in Northern Ireland. In particular he has filmed numerous interviews where a range of people have been given the opportunity to tell their own story. Professor McLaughlin was previously a member of staff at the University of Ulster. show more.
Hilary Reeve witnessed the events surrounding the Derry March on 5th October 1968. She first provided her account of that day to CAIN in 2012. In March 2014 she agreed that her written story could be added to the Accounts of the Conflict archive. show more.
(A collection by Carole Kane, and Malachi O'Doherty)
The Remembering 'Petals of Hope' project (2013-14) produced a collection of 15 audio visual and 23 written stories related to the Omagh Bomb (15 August 1998). The work involved in conducting the interviews and producing the recordings was carried out by Carole Kane and Malachi O'Doherty. Carole Kane, a freelance artist / community arts facilitator, was involved in the original 'Petals of Hope' project (1998-99) in association with Omagh District Council, which, with the assistance... show more.
Bill Rolston is an Emeritus Professor Of Sociology at Ulster University. He has written extensively about various aspects of the Northern Ireland conflict, including victims, and story-telling. He has also published books containing collections of personal accounts. show more.
(A collection by Anonymous individual)
A collection of stories related to the Northern Ireland conflict which has been compiled via the Sharedtroubles.net website. In March 2014 there were 227 stories on the website. However, the site was removed sometime before October 2014. show more.
Indicates that a collection of stories has been deposited with Accounts of the Conflict and is available to view.
Collection of stories deposited with Accounts of the Conflict but access to the material is delayed until a set date.
Collection of stories is catalogued with Accounts of the Conflict but available in full on an external website.
Collection of stories is catalogued with Accounts of the Conflict but available in full on the CAIN website.