Events

08 Sep 2015

Dr Gillian McIntosh (Queen’s University Belfast)

‘Sound research: exploring broadcasting in Ireland’

Seminars begin at 5.30pm, Room G08, Foundation Building, Mary Immaculate College

All very welcome

Further information: Dr Liam Chambers Liam.Chambers@mic.ul.ie or Dr Úna Ní Bhroiméil Una.Bromell@mic.ul.ie.

Website: http://www.mic.ul.ie/academicdepts/history

08 Sep 2015

Professor Michael Clinton (Gwynedd Mercy University)

'French pacifists at war, 1914-1918’

Seminars begin at 5.30pm, Room G08, Foundation Building, Mary Immaculate College

All very welcome

Further information:  Dr Liam Chambers Liam.Chambers@mic.ul.ie or Dr Úna Ní Bhroiméil Una.Bromell@mic.ul.ie.  

Website:  http://www.mic.ul.ie/academicdepts/history

08 Sep 2015

Dr Carole Holohan (Trinity College Dublin)

‘Conceptualising and responding to poverty: Ireland in the 1960s’

Seminars begin at 5.30pm, Room G08, Foundation Building, Mary Immaculate College

All very welcome

Further information:  Dr Liam Chambers Liam.Chambers@mic.ul.ie or Dr Úna Ní Bhroiméil Una.Bromell@mic.ul.ie.  

Website:  http://www.mic.ul.ie/academicdepts/history

10 Aug 2015

Limerick Museum and Archives will be hosting the latest Stand Up & Fight Lecture in City Hall.

For the latest instalment, Dr Vincent O'Connell will be giving a lecture on a WWI-era collection of documents from the Armstrong Papers which are currently housed in the Special Collections in UL. Dr O'Connell will be not only be giving the story of these papers, but will also be showing how to critically analyze and break-down these papers as historical sources.

Dr O’Connell teaches in UL and is a specialist in modern French and Belgian history. His other interests include Jewish material culture, as well as public history and cultural heritage in twentieth century Ireland.

The talk will be in City Hall at 6.30pm

All are welcome. Refreshments shall be provided

18 Jun 2015
Newry, Mourne and Down District Council's National Famine Commemoration Conference The Newry conference which is being held in conjunction with the Irish Government National Famine Commemoration crossing the border for the first time. The conference is being organised, in the Canal Court Hotel, by the new Newry, Mourne and Down Council, who are hosting the National Great Famine Commemoration. Dr Ruan O’Donnell has been invited to join the History Ireland discussion on the 'Great Famine in Ulster', chaired by Tommy Graham from 7:30 to 9:30 pm on Wednesday 23 September 2015. This discussion will open the conference and is scheduled to include Professor Peter Gray, Professor Christine Kinealy and Professor Mary Daly.

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