Irish History Seminars 2013
Seminars take place on Wednesdays at 5pm in Room G.13, William Robertson Wing, Medical School, Teviot Place.
|29 January 2014||Lost Republic: The Abbey Theatre's 1916 Rebels||Dr Fearghal McGarry (Queen’s University Belfast)|
|12 February 2014||Irish Public Histories||Alternative venue: Room G.16, William Robertson Wing|
|26 February 2014||The Journey West||Professor Patrick Joyce (University of Edinburgh)||Alternative venue: Room G.12, William Robertson Wing|
|5 March 2014||Making Croppies Lie Down: Triumphalist Self-Forgetting in Ulster||Dr Guy Beiner (Ben Gurion University)|
|26 March 2014||“Another Generation of Jail-Birds”: Nineteenth-Century Irish Female Convicts||Dr Elaine Farrell (Queen’s University Belfast)||Jointly hosted with the Gender History Network|
|2 October 2013||Famine Memory and Monumentality: 1847-1997||Dr Emily Mark-Fitzgerald (University College Dublin)|
|16 October 2013||Prison Medical Officers, Convict Bodies, Gender and Weight Fluctuation in Ireland, 1877-1900||Dr Ciara Breathnach (University of Limerick)||Jointly hosted with the Edinburgh History of Medicine Seminar|
|30 October 2013||James Connolly and the Internationalisation of the Edinburgh Labour Movement||Chloe Ross (University of Aberdeen)||Jointly hosted with the Scottish History Seminar|
|20 November 2013||Militant Nationalism in the Irish Diaspora: A Comparative Study of Chicago and Melbourne, 1865-1885.||Sophie Cooper (University of Edinburgh)|
|Philanthropy, ‘Moral Reform’ and ‘Associational Culture’: Social Relations in Dublin and Edinburgh 1815-1845.||Joseph Curran (University of Edinburgh)|
Kindly supported by the School of History, Classics and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh.