Many thanks to Liah Greenfeld for this thought-provoking piece.
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Aleja Allen, a graduate student in European History at the University of New Mexico, conducted the following interview with Dr. David Brundage, Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in November of 2017. Dr. Brundage’s recent publications include Irish Nationalists in America: The Politics of Exile, 1798–1998 (Oxford University Press, 2016), “Remembering 1916 in America: The Easter Rising’s Many Faces, 1919–1962,” in Remembering 1916: The Easter Rising, the Somme, and the Politics of Memory, ed.
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