The Ulster Heritage

Peter Furtado finds out how hundreds of local historical initiatives are changing the political and cultural climate of Northern Ireland.

It does not look this way everywhere. Certainly not in Northern Ireland where Mark Langhammer, director of Northern Ireland’s Association of Teachers and Lecturers, says that heritage has, till recently, meant the certainties about the past that people in balaclavas tell you to believe. But things are changing, fast.

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