10 Nov 2020

17th November 2020, 4 p.m. Online

Dr Annaleigh Margey (DKIT)

Making Sense of Early Modern Maps of Ireland


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Annaleigh Margey is a Lecturer in History at Dundalk Institute of Technology. Originally from Letterkenny, she studied for her BA and PhD at NUI, Galway. Her PhD research titled ‘Mapping during the Irish Plantations, 1550-1636’, focused on the surveys and maps created by surveyors in Ireland during the decades of plantation. She subsequently held an Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship and a J.B. Harley Fellowship in the History of Cartography to continue this research at Trinity College Dublin. More recently, Annaleigh has worked as a Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen on ‘The 1641 Depositions Project’ and at the Institute of Historical Research, London where she conducted research on the property and charity of the Clothworkers’ Company in early modern London. She has also worked as a researcher on a project at NUI, Maynooth and the National Library of Ireland focusing on the rentals and maps in the landed estates of Ireland collections in the library’s holdings. Most recently, she has edited a book with her colleagues Elaine Murphy and Eamon Darcy on The 1641 Depositions and the Irish Rebellion, and will shortly publish another book Mapping Ireland, c.1550-1636: a catalogue of the early modern maps of Ireland with the Irish Manuscripts Commission. She is currently working on a cross-border project with Armagh Robinson Library and Marsh’s Library, Dublin to digitise, and exhibit, the map holdings of the two eighteenth-century libraries. She has written several articles on early modern mapping in Ireland, particularly on Ulster, and on the 1641 depositions.

30 Oct 2020

Full details of the upcoming seminar in the Limerick History Research Seminar Series with Dr Rebecca O'Neill can be viewed here

30 Oct 2020

View the list of Limerick History Research Seminars for Autumn 2020 here.

19 Feb 2020
Centre for Early Modern Studies - Round Table Colloquium with David Fleming, Jan Kvetina and Alistair Malcolm takes place on Thursday 20 February in C1079 Kate O'Brien Room at 3pm on the topic of ‘Aristocracy and Patronage in the Early Modern Era’. All Welcome
19 Feb 2020
To find out about our MA programmes in History, come along to the upcoming Postgraduate Open Evening event. Registration is now open for our Postgraduate Open Evening on March 10th. @ResearchArtsUL will be there to answer any of your #postgraduate programme questions. For more information on this event including how to register go to