Trinity Centre for Contemporary Irish History Seminars
Attendance is open to all with relevant interests inside and outside TCD. Proposals for papers can be directed to any of the convenors: Dr Anne Dolan (TCD, firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Carole Holohan (TCD, email@example.com), Dr Michael Kennedy (RIA, firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Deirdre McMahon (email@example.com), and Professor Eunan O’Halpin (TCD, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Presenters speak for a maximum of 45 minutes, followed by a general discussion. Seminars will take place at 4.00p.m. each Wednesday through a Zoom link provided by the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts & Humanities Research Institute Please email email@example.com for registration details.
September - December 2020
De Valera and Roosevelt: Irish and American diplomacy in times of crisis, 1932-1939
‘Why did nobody see this coming?’ Irish politics and the great recession
Kevin Barry: an Irish rebel in life and death
Seduction and the support of illegitimate children in 19th and 20th century Ireland
Documents on Irish Foreign Policy volume XII: 1961-65: an assessment
Poverty, inequality and austerity in Ireland: evidence, policy and public debate
|11th November||READING WEEK|
‘My doctor said the voyage on the ocean may help me…’: gender, rest and emigration in the medical management of ‘trauma’ in the Irish revolution
‘Not in my backyard’: child welfare, the poor law, and social surveillance in late nineteenth-century Belfast
The munitions embargo of 1920
Personal accounts of alcohol addiction in Ireland, c.1890-2000
‘Women are citizens’: women’s groups and the Commission on the Status of Women in Ireland, c.1967-1979