The Call for Papers for our 2020 Annual Conference is now available here. The theme will be ‘Dwelling(s) in Nineteenth-Century Ireland’, and it will be held at University College Cork on 25-26 June 2020.
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Huge thanks to @seroddy for giving a brilliant lecture yesterday @NLIreland and thank you to everyone who attended!
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@seroddy gives the Annual Lecture of the Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland @SSNCI_tweets . Great project on money and the Catholic Church in C19 #Ireland
@seroddy argues that the fixtures and fittings of Irish churches are a valuable source for Irish social history and heritage - and are in danger of getting lost as the uses of church buildings change @SSNCI_tweets annual lecture 2020
23 January 1834 saw the founding of St Vincent’s Hospital by Sr Mary Aikenhead which was unique at the time for being staffed and managed by women. In this letter of 1833, Mary requests the Lord Lieutenant to ‘direct a hospital to be opened at Ringsend’ for cholera victims. #OTD2