Events

16 Jan 2017

The deadline for abstracts for the 2017 Women's History Association of Ireland (WHAI) Annual Conference is this coming Friday, 20th January. The conference will be held in the National University of Ireland Galway, from the 21-22 April 2017. It will be run in association with the Irish Centre for the Histories of Labour and Class (ICHLC) located in NUI Galway.

The theme for this year will be 'Gender and Class in Ireland'. Papers are encouraged from a wide range of time periods from the island of Ireland. For further information contact Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley - sarahanne.buckley@nuigalway.ie.

09 Nov 2016

Dr David Fleming will present a paper entitled 'Eyre Coote, the House of Assembly and the defence of Jamaica, 1806-8' at a symposium organised by the 

TCD Centre for Irish-Scottish and Comparative Studies +

‘Making Ireland’: A Trinity College Research Theme

 

Ireland and the Caribbean in the age of empire

 

A SYMPOSIUM IN THE LONG ROOM HUB, TCD:  11th and 12th Nov. 2016

Full details are available here: http://www.ul.ie/ULH/sites/default/files/Caribbean%20programme%20%281%29.pdf

03 Oct 2016

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The Department of History at the University of Limerick in association with Limerick Museum and Archives, will convene a symposium on Saturday 5th November 2016 which will bring together professional speakers from the world of academia, politics and journalism, to examine the changing interpretation of the two seminal events of 1916 in Irish and British history; The  Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme.

This symposium falls under the rubric of public history, and offers an opportunity for scholars and the general public alike to re-examine our historical consciousness with regard to the events of 1916 and how they might  be redefined, reimagined and reinterpreted.

For more details on our symposium click on the link below.

https://vimeo.com/184894375

This is a FREE EVENT however, in order to book your place you should log onto Eventbrite.com and search for: In the Name of Future Generations

 

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