An international conference exploring the nature and development of Urban Spaces in and relating to nineteenth-century Ireland. Proposals are welcomed from a range of disciplinary perspectives, including (but not limited to) history, architecture, geography, environmental studies and literary studies. It is envisaged that panels will explore the theme of Irish urban spaces in relation to politics, cultural nationalism, poetry, demography, migration, gender, childhood, landscape, cartography, settlement, education, work, religion, empire, travel writing and music. The conference organisers welcome proposals for panels and individual papers. Proposals for roundtable discussions and poster sessions are equally welcome.
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