This is an archive of videotapes recorded during the Bucknell in Northern Ireland, three‐week study abroad course in the years 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2008. Our program is a credit-bearing summer school course and we generally invited scholars, leading activists, and people knowledgeable about local topics like murals to speak to our students. These tapes are the lectures given to our students. Unfortunately, many of the tapes were recorded with simple cameras with no special lighting and without attaching microphones to the speakers. Because some of the tapes are hard to see we have produced detailed transcripts. It will make the tapes much easier to understand if viewers read the transcripts as they watch the tapes. In addition, because we wanted students to gain a general background on the history of conflict in Northern Ireland and the specific social and political events of the period from 1968 to 2000, which is the period of The Troubles. We include a “syllabus” on this website so that people who would like to gain that background can have some guidance about the order of tapes to watch. The archive also includes analytic comments in text form and discussion questions focused on specific lectures. These give short, written synopses that viewers may find useful and the discussion questions help bring to the surface themes that might not be immediately apparent to viewers. College courses that use these tapes can use the questions to help students reflect on material they have watched. In addition to general historical background, tapes present a number of special topics in depth. Often this is achieved by having participants in key events talk to our classes and we think some of these events are important historically. Joint presentations by Catholic Bishop Edward Daly and Anglican Bishop James Mehaffey are striking as is a panel by Bloody Sunday march leaders Bernadette (Devlin) McAlisky, Eamonn McCann, and Ivan Cooper.