December 2016 - Dr Dara Fleming-Farrell, as part of the Ocean’s Past Platform COST Action, undertook a Short-Term Scientific Mission to work with researchers at the Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion, University of Bergen.
7 October 2016 -Dr Dara Fleming-Farrell attended the Digital Arts and Humanities Symposium ‘Preparing and Completing Digital Research: Digital Arts/Humanities PhDs and Post-Doctorates Demystified’ and presented her PhD research into 3D imaging and analysis of skeletal trauma, and post-doctoral work with the NorFish project.
From the 11th to 12th of November, the Trinity Long Room Hub hosted Ireland and the Caribbean in the Age of Empire symposium, convened by IEHN Co-Founder, Prof. David Dickson, under the auspices of the TCD Centre for Irish-Scottish and Comparative Studies and the Department of History. The line-up included four plenary speakers, the first of whom, Prof. Peter Pope (Memorial, St. John's), was co-sponsored by the IEHN. Prof. Pope spoke on "Interlocking Triangles: The Expansion of the Market for Newfoundland Dry Salt Cod to the Caribbean, c.1670-1750".
The 27th Public Lecture and Meeting of the Irish Environmental History Network featured a talk by Professor Kurt Villads Jensen of Stockholm University, entitled "Changing Nature in the Baltic Crusades in the Middle Ages". The lecture took place on Tuesday, 12 April, 2016, in the TRISS Seminar Room, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin, and was Chaired by Dr. Frank Ludlow.
The 26th Public Lecture and Meeting of the Irish Environmental History Network featured a talk by Professor Steven Hartman (Mid Sweden University), entitled "Inscribing Environmental Memory: Bringing the Historical Past and Underrepresented SSH Knowledge to the Global Change Agenda". The lecture took place on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016, in the Neill/Hoey Lecture Theatre of the Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin. The meeting was Chaired by Dr. Charles Travis, Trinity College Dublin.
The 25th Public Lecture and Meeting of the Irish Environmental History Network featured a lecture by Dr. Peter Jones of the University of Strathclyde, entitled "The 'Pre-History' of Industrial Trawling, and its Impact on the Coastal Fisheries of the U.K. and Ireland", and took place on Thursday 28 January, 2016, in the Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin. The meeting was Chaired by Dr. Frank Ludlow, Trinity College Dublin.