On 16 and 17 November 2017, the Annual Conference of the Economic and Social History Society will take place in the Central Bank of Ireland, Dublin. The broad theme of the meeting is “Globalisation, Identity and Prosperity in Irish History”, but submissions on other topics are also encouraged.
Prospective speakers should send a one-page abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org, with subject ‘ESHSI Conference’ by Friday 15th September 2017. Further information is available here eshsi_call_for_papers_2017
The Network will hold its next committee meeting on Friday June 9th at 2.00pm in room D205 St. Patrick’s Campus DCU
The fourth Irish conference on the History of Mathematics (IHoM4) will be held in the Edward Worth Library, Dublin, on Friday 9th June 2017.
There is a programme of 12 presentations on a variety of topics appropriate to the theme of the conference. Further details (including programme/schedule and abstracts) can be found here
Those interested in attending the conference should register here as early as possible, but no later than Tuesday 6th June.
IHoM4 is organised under the auspices of DCU School of STEM Ed., Innovation and Global Studies CASTel and the Edward Worth Library
The 6th Robert Boyle Summer School will take place from the 22nd to 25th of June 2017 at Lismore Co. Waterford and Sir Walter Raleigh Hotel Youghal, and will address the theme “What is science for?”
The RBSS Programme for 2017 is available here
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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