The Book-launch of Dr Brendan Kelly’s Hearing Voices: The History of Psychiatry in Ireland (Irish Academic Press) is to take place on 23 November, 6 pm at O’Connell House, 58 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Please RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line ‘Book Launch RSVP – Hearing Voices’
The following may be of interest to Historians of STEM subjects. The Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland (SSNCI) fosters an inter-disciplinary approach to Nineteenth-Century Irish studies. Figures of Authority in 19th-Century Ireland. The 19th century is often seen as a period when age-old sources of social, political, spiritual and cultural authority were eroded … More CFP: 19th Century Ireland
With just over two weeks to go until the History of Science, Technology and Medicine Network Ireland Annual Conference 2016 don’t forget to secure your place by registering in advance through this link on eventbrite. Don’t forget to check out our updated conference programme. We are excited to see you there!
The conference will take place on the St Patrick’s Campus (formerly St Patrick’s College) of Dublin City University. Registration will be at the entrance near reception. If you wish to attend you are kindly requested to register in advance via Eventbrite.
Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, History of Medicine Section (jointly with the RCSI) presents: Ears, Noses, Throats and Irish Independence Wednesday 26th October 2016 6.15pm First Floor, Setanta House, Setanta Place, Dublin 2. Sir Robert Woods, the first surgeon in Ireland to specialise solely in ENT, had an illustrious career which included presidency of … More Ears, Noses, Throats and Irish Independence | Lecture
We are counting down the days until the 2016 HSTM Network Ireland annual conference on the 11th and 12th of November in Dublin City University. Register now through Eventbrite to guarantee your place. There are numerous talks to get excited about all detailed on our conference programme. We’re especially excited about our two key note addresses by Peter … More One Month to the HSTM Network Conference 2016!
‘The Medical World of early Modern Ireland, 1500-1750’ will take place at the Long Room Hub in Trinity College Dublin 3-4 September. Further details and online registration are available at the conference webpage. There is no charge to attend the conference sessions, but advance registration is required for catering purposes. Please click on the links below for … More The Medical World of early Modern Ireland, 1500-1750
Ingenious Ireland walking tours start up again this Saturday 2nd May and run until the end of August. They are a lighthearted way to enjoy and learn about Ireland’s history of science, technology and medicine. The tour “The Irish ideas and inventions that changed the world” is packed with fascinating stories and lots of “wow … More Walking Tour: The Irish ideas and inventions that changed the world
Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and Apothecaries’ Hall of Ireland to fund new History of Medicine PhD Fellowship The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and the Apothecaries’ Hall of Ireland are delighted to announce a new PhD Fellowship in the history of medicine in Ireland. The Fellowship has been established by the Royal … More PhD Fellowship in the history of medicine in Ireland
3-4 September 2015 in The Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin Organised By: The Centre for Medical History, University of Exeter Supported By: The Wellcome Trust Hosted By: The Centre for Early Modern History, Trinity College Dublin in co-operation with The Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland at University College Dublin and the … More Call for Papers: The Medical World of Early Modern Ireland, 1500-1750