'Ireland since 1966: New Perspectives'
UCD Humanities Institute of Ireland, 11 November 2010
This conference will explore new historical perspectives on Ireland since 1966 and the issues involved in their construction. What insights do historians bring? How do they engage in the study of the recent past? And how do their interpretations compare with the social sciences?
We welcome proposals that offer fresh perspectives on a number of themes from this period, including – though not limited to – the Irish political system, Europe, Northern Ireland, globalisation, economics, foreign policy, women and gender, social change, the arts, culture, sport, and the media. We particularly welcome papers with a comparative perspective, and also proposals from postgraduate students.
300-word proposals should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org before 25 April 2010. General enquiries can be directed to the conference organisers, Professor Brian Girvin (University of Glasgow), Dr Ciara Meehan (UCD) and Dr Kevin O'Sullivan (UCD) at the same address.
Professor Brian Girvin (University of Glasgow), Dr Ciara Meehan (UCD), Dr Kevin O'Sullivan (UCD) Email: email@example.com
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