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10 Dec 2018

Come work at History University of Limerick with Dr Ciara Breathnach on her fantastic Irish Research Council Laureate Project 'Death and burial data: Ireland 1864-1922'. There are TWO 3 year, fully funded positions available. View full details here.

02 Nov 2018

University of Limerick has been announced by the Sunday Times Good University Guide as Irish University of the Year 2019. Alastair McCall, Editor of The Sunday Times Good University Guide, said: “A second success in five years for our University of the Year is well deserved. The University is at the economic heart of this midwest city and the wider region, attracting brains and resources in equal measure. Its graduates are among the most employable in Ireland, prepared for work by practical courses and a work placement and internship programme second to none, which spans 1,600 employers at home and overseas. "The University of Limerick's excellent results in the annual Irish Survey of Student Engagement suggest its students appreciate their good fortune to be studying at an institution with both an excellent academic reputation and an eye firmly on the working world, for which it prepares its students so well."

22 Oct 2018

Dr Martin O'Donoghue organised a Publications workshop for historians on behalf of the Irish Association of Professional Historians in the National Library on Saturday 13 October. Speakers included Dr Liam Chambers (Head of History in Mary Immaculate College & joint editor of Irish Historical Studies), Christabel Scaife, Senior Commissioning Editor Liverpool University Press, Conor Graham from UCD Press, Dr Ann Buckley (TCD) and Paul Manzor (Eneclann).

22 Oct 2018

On the 3 October, Dr Martin O'Donoghue attended and spoke at 'A Century of Elections: Past, Place and Politics' Conference held at Maynooth University. Details and photographs at the following links: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/geography/events/century-elections-pas... https://www.flickr.com/photos/nuimgeography/albums/72157701790239954

18 Oct 2018

Dr Rachel Murphy attended the Royal Irish Academy at the beginning of October doing a demo of a project she worked on over the summer - The Digital Atlas of Fethard.  Details can be found on the RIA newsletter: https://www.ria.ie/news/irish-historic-towns-atlas/irish-historic-towns-...

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