The Social History of Modern Ireland

Chaired by  David Dickson with contributors Sarah-Anne Buckley, Ciaran O’Neill & Patricia Lysaght

Covering three centuries of unprecedented demographic and economic changes and setting Irish developments in a wider European and global context, the Cambridge Social History of Modern Ireland makes an invaluable contribution to Irish history and Irish studies. Moderator David Dickson will discuss key topics with three contributors in the areas of childhood, literacy and education, and old age, death and mourning.

David Dickson is a Professor of Modern History at Trinity College Dublin,

Sarah-Anne Buckley is a lecturer in history at the National University of Ireland, Galway,

Ciaran O’Neill is an Assistant Professor in Nineteenth-Century History at Trinity College Dublin,

Patricia Lysaght is em. Professor of European Ethnology, University College Dublin.

Sunday 1st October at 11am, The Printworks at Dublin Castle

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