Monthly Archives: May 2014

Update on Oral History and the IRA

The Belfast Project was an oral history project launched by Boston College to collect personal testimonies of people involved in paramilitary violence in the Troubles of Northern Ireland in the late 1960s and 1970s. The oral history testimonies collected by … Continue reading

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Napoleon and Islam Lecture

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies Lecture Series     Presents     “Napoleon and Islam”   By   Henry Laurens Professor and Chair of History of the Contemporary Arab World  Collège de France, Paris     4:30pm, Thursday, May … Continue reading

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