A lecture by the renowned Irish revolutionary historian, Dr John Borgonovo of the School of History, University College Cork. Terence MacSwiney's Hunger Strike was one of the most powerful and important episodes in modern Irish history. Dr Borgonovo puts this pivitol event, and the hunger strike in Cork, in the wider context of the struggle for Irish independence.
This lecture is part of the Winter Lecture Series of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, see https://corkhist.ie/
The lecture series is supported by the Heritage Office of Cork City Council.