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Lent Term 2019

Seminar Room 2, Chapel Court, Sidney Sussex College,
unless otherwise indicated
All meetings will begin at 5 p.m.

For further information please visit our Modern Irish History website

 

All meetings begin at 5pm with the exception of the joint meeting with the Intelligence History Seminar which begins at 5:30pm.


23 January - in Room 1 Chapel Court.

Senia Paseta: 
Suffrage and Citizenship in Ireland, 1910-1918.

 

6 February

Professor Claire Connolly
‘Making Maps: Irish literature, 1780-1830’


20 February

Sarah Roddy: 
‘The crystallised energies of the people’: Money and the Irish Catholic church, 1850-1921



7 March
Corpus Christi College, room tba

Charles Read
‘Towards a new narrative of the Irish Famine of 1845-53



28 & 29 March   
Woolf Institute, Madingley Road

Graduate and Early Career Conference: 
An unhealthy intersection’?: cultural politics and the politics of culture in Ireland, 1789 to present.

 

The seminar is generously supported by the Trevelyan Fund of the History Faculty of the University of Cambridge, with a contribution from the Embassy of Ireland.

 

Convenors:
Eugenio Biagini
Sean Campbell
Niamh Gallagher
Hugh Hanley
Bethan Johnson
Trisha Kessler
Christopher Morash
Bronwen Walter

 

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