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Differential Memorability and Transnational Activism : Bloody Sunday, 1887-2016

@inproceedings{Rigney2016DifferentialMA,
  title={Differential Memorability and Transnational Activism : Bloody Sunday, 1887-2016},
  author={A. Rigney},
  year={2016}
}
  • A. Rigney
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • N SUNDAY 30 JANUARY 1972, ON THE OCCASION OF A CIVIL RIGHTS DEMONSTRATION CALLING for greater equality for the Catholic minority in Northern Ireland, members of the British army started shooting into the crowd, killing 13 innocent civilians (a 14th died later of his wounds). This atrocity has come to be known as ‘Bloody Sunday’ and is generally considered to have been a turning point in the Troubles that marked a swing towards paramilitary violence. In the course of the last forty years, Bloody… CONTINUE READING
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