HISTORY SECTION LECTURE
The Year without Summer (1816) and the Mortality Crisis of 1817: Causes and Consequences.
By Breandán Mac Suibhne (Associate Professor of History, Centenary University, New Jersey, and Fellow, Centre for Irish Studies, National University of Ireland, Galway)
17th May 2017 at 6.15pm
Geoffrey Bourke Room, First Floor, Setanta House
Setanta Place, Dublin 2.
All Welcome, particularly students
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‘The Birth of the Irish Enlightenment’
by Professor Michael Brown (University of Aberdeen)
This lecture will take place on April 6th, 2017 at 2.00pm in the Edward Worth Library and marks the launch of Dr Brendan Power’s exhibition ‘Deism and the Early Enlightenment at the Worth Library’.
Please note that seating is limited at the Worth and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
An Open Day for the exhibition ‘Deism and the Early Enlightenment at the Worth Library’ will be held on Thursday 20 April: 10.00am – 4.00pm.
All are welcome.
The Irish Committee of Historical Sciences
invite you to a symposium to celebrate their relaunch
ICHS 2017 symposium
Past, Present and Future: Reflections on Modern Historiography
by Professor Lawrence Goldman
(Director, Institute of Historical Research, London)
With a response by Professor Marian Lyons (Maynooth)
Chaired by Professor David Hayton (emeritus QUB)
Wednesday, 29 March 2017
6:00 – 8:00 pm
National Library of Ireland, Dublin
FREE, ALL WELCOME
wine reception to follow
This is the final week of the NI Science Festival which concludes on February 26th. Below are a selection of events occurring over the coming week.
To find out about many more events, and for further information about the NI Science Festival and ticketing log on to http://www.nisciencefestival.com , facebook.com/NISCIFEST or @niscifest
The next seminar in the Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland Seminar Series takes place on Thursday, 23 February:
Dr Dora Vargha (University of Exeter)
A rocky beginning: the early WHO and the roots of socialist international health
5 pm, Room K114, School of History, UCD
‘The famine of 1741, Handel and the première of Messiah in Dublin: what’s the connection?’
Talk by Dr Jonathan Bardon (President, Belfast Natural History and Philosophical Society).
Wednesday 22nd March 2017 at 6.15pm.
Geoffrey Bourke Room, First Floor, Setanta House, Dublin 2.