Edith (1878-1964) and Ethel Dillon (1880-1978) Date: Circa 1884 NLI Ref.: CLON66A

Edith (1878-1964) and Ethel Dillon (1880-1978) Date: Circa 1884

Keep an eye on this page and our Twitter feed (@WHAIreland) for updates on all events and also check out our Facebook page for updates.

Forthcoming events will be posted on our site as details are confirmed. For any inquiries, please email

Our next event is the Thesis in Three on October 25th 2016 from 3-5pm at Boston College. This is designed for postgraduate and early career scholars to share their work in just three minutes! Teas, coffees and biscuits will be provided and all are welcome, even if you just want to listen to great new research in women’s history.

On November 12th we are having an event at UCC that looks ahead to the centenaries of suffrage and women’s access to the professions in 1918 and 1919 respectively organised by our executive committee member Dr. Clare O’Halloran – please click on this link to find out more – the event is free but lunch is optional and must be booked in advance.

On December 3rd we are hosting a conversation at Boston College with the renowned historian, Sinead McCoole, who will be in discussion with our President, Jennifer Redmond. There will be a chance to ask questions and mingle with mince pies and wine afterwards. All welcome (members and non-members alike) and more details to come.

For WHAI past events and WHAI past conferences, please see our dedicated pages.

3 thoughts on “Events

  1. Lovely website. All women need to be educated on the social journey of women through the years. How the church dominated our lives.

  2. Pingback: About the Women’s History Association of Ireland | Women's History Association of Ireland

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