NEWS & EVENTS
19th February 2014: Annual Lecture in U.S. History
Gerald Early will deliver the third Annual Lecture in U.S. History in the Synge Theater in the Arts Block at Trinity College on 19 February at 7:00. Early is the Merle Kling Professor of English and African American Studies at Washington University in St. Louis.
The title of Professor Early's lecture is "Whose Neighborhood is It? An African American Festival and the Fight Against Gentrification?"
17 Jan 2014
Saturday 8th March: Shadow and Lights; Aspects of Irish Art in honour of Catherine Marshall
The Department of History of Art and Architecture and TRIARC with the support of The Centre for Gender and Women's Studies (TCD) and the TCD Equality office presents Shadows and Lights; Aspects of Irish Art Study day in honour of Catherine Marshall.
The daylong event will take place on International Women's day, Saturday 8th March 2014, in the Robert Emmet theatre, TCD from 10am to 4.30pm.
The Curragh Mutiny in Context
This major conference, to be held at the Curragh in Ceannt Officers Mess on Friday 21 March 2014 to mark the centenary of the 'Curragh Mutiny', will bring together leading Irish and British scholars and legal authorities on the crisis.
Participants will include Professor Tom Bartlett (University of Aberdeen), Professor Ian Beckett (University of Kent), Professor Ian Beckett (University of Kent), Dr Tim Bowman (University of Kent), Professor Ronan Fanning (University College Dublin), Professor Keith Jeffery (Queens University Belfast), Professor Eunan O'Halpin (Trinity College Dublin) and Mark Seaman (Cabinet Office), as well as distinguished Irish and British legal authorities including Paul O'Higgins SC and Sir Richard Aikins QC.
Further details will be posted in January 2014, and can also be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org
20 Dec 2013