The end of  Memory and Mourning?

This ‘In Conversation With …’ took place in Holy Week 2014, providing an opportunity to reflect together on the significance of remembering  and mourning in times of transition.

Geraldine Smyth is a native of Belfast, a Dominican sister and Associate Professor at the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin. She is a trained psychotherapist. Her research interest  is in Ecumenics especially in relation to the intersections of theology, psychology, faith and politics, particularly in addressing divisions, and the challenge of reconciling memories and of forgiveness in building a peaceful future.