01 Feb 2021

We are please to announce our Limerick History Research Seminar Series Spring 2020/21.  

Organised by the Departments of History

Mary Immaculate College & University of Limerick


Spring semester


Tuesday, 23 February, 4pm

Dr John Condren (Faculty of History, University of Oxford), ‘Unscrupulous and under-handed? Genevan financiers, the Swiss Confederation, and Louis XIV's France, 1685–1715.’ 4–6pm via MS Teams.

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Tuesday, 9 March, 4pm

Dr Rachel Murphy (UL), ‘The Goreybridge Censuses, 1862–7.’ 4–6pm via MS Teams

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Tuesday, 30 March, 4pm

30 March, Dr Georgina Laragy (TCD) ‘The public history of poverty: workhouses in twenty-first century Ireland.’

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Tuesday, 13 April, 4pm

Dr Angelika Hansert (UL), ‘The “White Plague”—health and health risks of members of German female apostolic orders and congregations, 1850–1945.’ 4–6pm via MS Teams.

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Tuesday 20 April, 4pm

Professor Terence Dooley (NUIM), ‘Revolution, country house burning and land redistribution in Ireland, 1919–23: national and local perspectives.’ 4–6pm via Microsoft Teams. Register online:


All very welcome


For further information please contact:

Dr Alistair Malcolm ( ) or

13 Jan 2021

Check out the upcoming Symposium Series from the Centre for Early Modern Studies, Limerick: Digital Approaches to Early Modern Studies

Symposium 1 kicks off on the 9 February at 12pm and is entitled Network and Circulation Analysis and Visualisation.

See poster for full details and registration here.