23 Mar 2017

The AHSS Fee Waivers & Scholarship Campaign for September 2017 is now live.

The application form is an online one.  Further details from 

16 Mar 2017
Dr Ciara Breathnach undertook a visit to Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi in March 2017 as a Visiting Fellow of the Centre for Historical Research. While there she delivered lectures on Professor Jyoti Atwal’s Masters’ level module Women in Ireland: Reforms, Movements and Revolutions (1840-1930) and a seminar entitled ‘Infant life protection and medico-legal literacy in early twentieth-century Dublin’. Together with Prof Atwal she conducted an exercise in international classroom connectivity and held a ‘research slam’ (a pedagogical exercise whereby students are given 3 minutes to explain their research), between UL and JNU MA students. The slam was facilitated by Alan Hayes of UL/ITD.
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