Modern Irish History seminars
The Modern Irish History research seminars take place throughout the academic year and are open to all.
Time and location
Unless otherwise stated, the seminars take place on Tuesdays from 18.00, in room G.13, Old Medical School, William Robertson Wing, Teviot Place. Full details in the schedule below.
Everyone is warmly welcome.
|Tuesday 22 Jan||
Aoife Bhreatnach (Independent)
'Irish travellers: Accommodating cultural difference in modern Ireland?'
|Tuesday 29 Jan||
Erika Hanna (University of Bristol)
'Subsistence farming, butter, and murder: The local and the global history of an Irish field in 1958'
Joint event with Centre for the Study of Modern and Contemporary History
|Tuesday 5 Feb||
Stuart Clark (University of Edinburgh)
'No love lost? The Scots in Ireland under the Union'
|Tuesday 26 Feb||Ian D’Alton (Trinity College Dublin) and Ida Milne (Carlow College)||
'From George V to the GAA: Mapping the Protestant place in independent Ireland'
|Thursday 28 Mar||
Diane Urquhart (University of Liverpool)
'Like diamonds, gambling, and picture-fancying, a luxury of the rich? Ireland's divorcing minority, 1701-1922'
|Please note different day|
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