Children, welfare and space in the industrial city: Belfast 1880-1939

The Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland Seminar Series returns on Thursday, 17 September:

Dr Georgina Laragy (Queen’s University, Belfast)
‘Children, welfare and space in the industrial city: Belfast 1880-1939’

5pm, Room K114, School of History, UCD.

All welcome.

Please find a full list of forthcoming seminars below:

Thursday, 17 September
Dr Georgina Laragy (Queen’s University, Belfast)
‘Children, welfare and space in the industrial city: Belfast 1880-1939’
5pm, Room K114, School of History, UCD.

Thursday, 8 October
Dr John Cunningham (Trinity College Dublin)
‘Medicine in early modern Ireland: identifying and locating practitioners’
5pm, Room K114, School of History, UCD.

Thursday, 5 November
Dr Ciarán McCabe (Maynooth University)
‘“Contagion is supposed to have been introduced from the country”: civic and charitable responses to the 1817-19 fever epidemic in Dublin city”’

5pm, Room K114, School of History, UCD

Death in Florence

The Edward Worth Medical History Lecture

by Professor John Henderson (Birkbeck)

Death in Florence: Plague, Public Health and the Poor in a Late Italian Renaissance State

Florence Duomo

will take place

on

Thursday 30 April, 5.15,

in

the Swift Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin.

CHOMI Seminar Series 26 February

CHOMI Seminar Series

The next seminar in the CHOMI Seminar Series will take place on 26 February

Dr Eamon O’Flaherty (University College Dublin)

Illness on the margins? Spatial patterns of health provision and historical urban morphology

5 pm, Room K114, School of History & Archives, UCD.

All welcome