We are delighted to inform you that we making a call for papers for an upcoming inter-disciplinary conference for post-graduate students researching early modern Ireland.
The conference is being hosted by the School of Archaeology and Geography, National University of Ireland, Galway and is supported by the Irish Post-Medieval Archaeological Group (IPMAG). It will take place on the 27th of August 2010. It is hoped that the one day event will provide a supportive environment in which post-graduate students can present their research and make fruitful contacts with others working outside of their own disciplines. This is the first year the conference is being held, it is hoped that with your support it will set a president and continue into the future.
The theme of the conference is 'people, places and memory: interdisciplinary studies in early modern Ireland'. Each paper should be 20 minutes long and abstracts, of no more than 300 words, should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday the 30th of April, 2010. We are also happy to take general inquiries from delegates via this contact. Additional information is available at http://www.earlymodernirelandconference.blogspot.com.
The organising committee
(Eve Campbell, Enda O'Flaherty, Dr. Siobhán McDermott)
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