Conference: Tudor and Stuart Ireland, 29-30 August, NUI Maynooth

Registration is open for the conference until 25 August.

From the conference website:

The 4th Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference will convene on29 & 30 August 2014 at the Iontas Building, North Campus, National University of Ireland, Maynooth. Building upon the tremendous success of past conferences, this year’s programme boasts papers on a broad range of topics, and has drawn speakers from not only Ireland and the United Kingdom, but also from Europe and across the Atlantic.  Conference highlights include two plenary lectures, thirty research papers, and a tour of Maynooth Castle, with ample opportunity for more informal conversation throughout the two days.  Please see the links below to view the conference programme.

Plenary lectures will be given by Prof. Alan Ford, University of Nottingham, and Prof. John McCafferty, University College Dublin.

  • Prof. Alan Ford‘Love God and hate the Pope’:(un)changing Protestant attitudes towards Catholicism 1600-2000
  • Prof. John McCaffertyA single witness: Ireland and Europe through the eyes of a small man with a big nose

The conference dinner will be held on the evening of Friday, 29 August, at Picaderos, main street, Maynooth.  Dinner consists of three courses with wine/sangria/beer/soft drink on arrival, and tea or coffee with dessert.   The cost is €20, and can be booked during the registration process.  All are most welcome to attend.Please note that dinner availability is limited, and early booking is advised. 

Further information can be found by clicking on the links below.

Click here to proceed to online registration

Click here to view the conference programme

Click here to view the conference dinner menu

Click here for information on travel and accommodation

Click here to download the 2014 conference poster

Click here to download the 2014 conference flyer

The 4th Tudor & Stuart Ireland Conference is generously supported by Marsh’s Library, the Department of History, NUI Maynooth, Graduate Studies, NUI Maynooth, UCD Research, and the School of History and Archives, UCD.

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