The WHAI annual conference will be held at Queen’s University Belfast on Friday and Saturday 11-12 March 2016 and will focus on the theme ‘Irish women and rural society, from medieval to modern’. The programme promises a wonderful mix of academics, museum curators and professionals, postgraduate students, genealogists and independent scholars. The conference is being organised locally by Elaine Farrell, Leanne McCormick and Mary O’Dowd.
Professor Jane Whittle (University of Exeter) has been confirmed as our keynote speaker.
See our programme here
See venue details, maps, and accommodation options here.
You can register and pay for the conference here. For any registration-related questions, contact Leanne McCormick (lv.mccormick [at] ulster.ac.uk)
The conference fee for the two days will be:
- £10 students/unwaged
- £15 WHAI member
- £20 non-member
Updates will be posted here on our website and on our Twitter and Facebook feeds.
We look forward to seeing you in Belfast!