CFP: PRONI Conference on Institutions in Irish History

‘Prisons, Asylums, Workhouses: Institutions in Irish History’.
The call for papers closes on 31st March 2019. Abstracts not exceeding 250
words in length, together with a short biography should be sent to Dr Gillian
Allmond at irishinstitutions@gmail.com
The conference will take place over two days, 13th to 14 June 2019 at the Public
Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI), which is located in the Titanic Quarter
of Belfast. Conference events will include a wine reception and tour of Clifton
House, the former poorhouse for Belfast; a conference dinner at Crumlin Road
Gaol (including a tour of the former prison) and a walking tour of West Belfast led
by former republican and loyalist prisoners. PRONI staff will lead tours of the
building during the conference and present selected archive records.

The conference is supported by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
(PRONI) and there is no charge to attend. Separate charges will be made for meals
and events.
Further details are available here: Call for Papers
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