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11 Apr 2019

The Centre Culturel Irlandais is delighted to announce the recipients of its Artist residencies, Language bursaries, Romilly Walton Masters Performance Award, Old Library and Historical Archives fellowship and Rev. Liam Swords Foundation bursary for 2019-20.

The Rev Liam Swords Foundation Bursary for 2019-20 provides financial support to a student of talent from the Irish Higher Education Sector to pursue his/her studies/research/training for 3 months based at Centre Culturel Irlandais. The 2019 bursary has been awarded to Stephen Griffin, a PhD student reading history at the University of Limerick who will be investigating the extent to which the Irish diaspora engaged in diplomatic affairs in ancien regime Europe.

The Department of History UL congratulates Stephen on receiving this award.  

Full details of all the awards can be found at https://www.centreculturelirlandais.com/en/residencies/artistes-en-resid...

05 Apr 2019

Congratulations to our colleague Dr John Condren who has been awarded a one-month Visiting Research Fellowship by the Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Library at Yale University. This will enable John to look at documents concerning Italy in the War of the Spanish Succession. He will take up this award during 2019-20.

03 Apr 2019

In mid-July, two of our staff will attend the annual International Commission for the History of Representative & Parliamentary Institutions conference - http://www.ichrpi.info/ - in Andorra, as guests of the Consell General of Andorra, who celebrate the 600-year anniversary since the founding privilege of the Consell de la Terra, in the midst of the Pyrenees.

 

Martin O'Donoghue will present a paper entitled: 'Something like one of the old noblesse’? – Former Nationalist MPs in Dáil Éireann 1922-1932

Coleman Dennehy will speak on: The clerks of the seventeenth-century Irish parliament

26 Mar 2019

On 23 March 2019, Dr Coleman Dennehy closed the major international conference Dominus Hibernie/Rex Hiberniae: pre-modern Ireland, 1200-1801 at The National Archives in Kew, London with a paper on the administrative history of the Irish parliament.

21 Mar 2019

For current AHSS funding opportunities, including history, please go to: https://ahss.blog/resources/funding/scholarships/Closing date is Friday 26 April 2019

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