Limerick History Research Seminars Spring 2020/21

01 February 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.

Register online: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/genevan-financiers-the-swiss-confederation-and-louis-xivs-france-tickets-138506353231

 

Tuesday, 9 March, 4pm

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

Register online: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-goreybridge-censuses-18627-tickets-138509655107

 

Tuesday, 30 March, 4pm

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

Register online: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/the-public-history-of-poverty-workhouses-in-twenty-first-century-ireland-tickets-138511651077

 

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.

Register online: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/the-white-plague-german-female-apostolic-orders-18501945-tickets-138622873747

 

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: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/revolution-country-house-burning-and-land-redistribution-in-ireland-tickets-138514535705

 

All very welcome

 

For further information please contact:

Dr Alistair Malcolm (alistair.malcolm@ul.ie ) or