07 Mar 2017

The Undergraduate Awards 2017 - History

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15 Feb 2017

Dr Ciara Breathnach gave a talk entitled: ‘Infant mortality and cause of death in Dublin, 1890-1910: coroners' court records’, at a Research Seminar in Contemporary History, Trinity College Dublin, January 2017.

15 Feb 2017

Dr Ciara Breathnach gave a lecture entitled: ‘Infant death, baby farming and precarious motherhood: evidence from the Dublin Coroners’ courts’, to the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies, Belfast, February 2017

15 Feb 2017

Dr Richard Kirwan is a Visiting Scholar at the Seminar für Neuere Geschichte at the University of Tübingen, January-April 2017.

03 Feb 2017
Dr Karol Mullaney-Dignam was an expert contributor to ‘The Big House’ TV documentary series, filmed in 2013 and currently showing on TV3 on Sundays at 8pm. Previous episodes are available on the TV3 player at: