WHAI Spring Seminar 2018: New Directions in Early Modern Irish Women’s History

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The WHAI is delighted to announce its annual Spring Seminar which will take place at the Moore Institute, NUI Galway on Friday 16 February 2018 between 11am and 5pm.

Keynote addresses will be delivered by Professor Mary O’Dowd (QUB) and Professor Jane Ohlmeyer (TCD).

The seminar is free to attend but advance registration is necessary.

To register via Eventbrite, click here.

For more information and to view the programme, click here.

About the Women’s History Association of Ireland

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WHAI LogoWelcome to the website of the Women’s History Association of Ireland (WHAI). Founded in 1989, the aim of the WHAI is to promote research into the history of women in Ireland. We are an all-island body and our membership is open to anyone, inside or outside of Ireland.

The WHAI sponsors an annual conference and circulates regular news bulletins to members about upcoming publications, conferences, seminars and other events related to the field of women’s history. You can browse our previous conferences on our website. Members enjoy access to the e-bulletins and reduced registration fees at WHAI events. Members are also eligible to enter our essay and travel grant competitions. We also review books of relevance to our membership. Please get in touch if you have published in the area and would like your book to feature. The WHAI is affiliated to the International Federation for Research in Women’s History.

See further details on our events on our Facebook page.

Our next event is our Spring Seminar: New Directions in Early Modern Irish Women’s History, taking place at the Moore Institute, NUI Galway on 16 February. For more information click here.