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TEN HISTORIES: 10 researchers explain 10 approaches to history in association with the Irish Research Council

6 October @ 12:15 pm

What is history? How do we know what happened in the past? What are the most exciting current approaches to discovering our shared background? Ten early-career historians, funded by the Irish Research Council, tell a story from their current research. They will introduce the audience to their approach to history, and how it works. One presentation for each approach – from medievalism to imperial history, from geographic information systems to experimental archaeology, from social history to history of art and more. Expect to hear interesting history tales across many geographies, genres and eras – all in just five minutes each! The mission of the Irish Research Council is to enable and sustain a vibrant research community in Ireland by supporting excellent researchers across all disciplines and career stages.

Find out more at http://research.ie

No booking required.  This event takes place over two sessions:

Session 1:  12.15-1pm

Session 2: 2.15-3pm

Seating is allocated on a first come, first served basis. The Poddle Room doors open twenty minutes prior to event.

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Details

Date:
6 October
Time:
12:15 pm
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Venue

Dublin Castle, Printworks
Dame Street
Dublin 2, Ireland
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Phone:
+353 1 6458813
Website:
http://www.dublincastle.ie/conferencing/