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Bear in Mind (book details)

Collection: Bear in Mind: Stories of the Troubles (collection)
Organisation: An Crann / The Tree (organisation)

A book containing 84 personal accounts, from 69 contributors, related to the Northern Ireland conflict.
Book details:
An Crann. (2000). Bear in Mind: Stories of the Troubles. Belfast: Lagan Press / An Crann The Tree.
ISBN 1 873687 13-3

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Title
Bear in Mind (book details)
Description
A book containing 84 personal accounts, from 69 contributors, related to the Northern Ireland conflict.
Book details:
An Crann. (2000). Bear in Mind: Stories of the Troubles. Belfast: Lagan Press / An Crann The Tree.
ISBN 1 873687 13-3
Creator
An Crann / The Tree
Subject
"Taken from the archives of An Crann The Tree Bear in Mind gathers together interviews, written memoirs, letters and poems to provide an illuminating and poignantly moving light into lives shaped - and in some cases shattered - by conflict." (from back cover of book)
Stories Collected
84
Author
An Crann / The Tree
Date Type
Publication
Publication Title
Bear in Mind: Stories of the Troubles
Publisher Location
Belfast
Publisher
Lagan Press, and An Crann / The Tree
Publication Type
Book
Publication Status
Published
Number of Pages
138
ISBN
ISBN: 1 873687 13 3

Collection InformationShowHide

Title
Bear in Mind: Stories of the Troubles (collection)
Description
'Bear in Mind' is a book containing 84 stories related to 'the Troubles'
Creator
An Crann / The Tree
Subject
Stories of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Publisher
An Crann / The Tree
Date
2000
Rights
Stories are copyright of the individual contributors (2000).
Format
Book
Language
English
Identifier
An Crann. (2000). Bear in Mind: Stories of the Troubles. Belfast: Lagan Press / An Crann The Tree.
ISBN 1 873687 13 3
Stories Collected
84

Organisation InformationShowHide

Title
An Crann / The Tree (organisation)
Description
"Founded in 1994, An Crann / The Tree was an arts-based, charitable organisation ‘dedicated to providing a space in which people can tell - and hear - the splintered, complex, often contradictory stories of the ‘Troubles’ as part of a process which contributes not only to the ethos of peace, healing and reconciliation in Northern Ireland, but also to building a more inclusive, rounded story of the conflict.’ [from organisational literature]." Kelly, G. (2005).
Creator
An Crann / The Tree
Subject
Personal Accounts / Story-Telling related to the Northern Ireland conflict.
Relation
CAIN Bibliography: List of An Crann publications
Date Formed
1994
Status
No longer exists (project ended in 2004?).
Work
Recording and Exhibiting Stories; story-telling.

Citation

An Crann / The Tree. Bear in Mind (book details).
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 24 October 2021 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/items/show/2127>

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