Events

Forthcoming Events:

  • 3 February 2015, 4 p.m.
    Location: School of History and Archives Research Forum, Room K114, UCD.

    • Speaker: Ivar McGrath
    • Lecture Title: ‘The Digital Mapping of Ireland’s Eighteenth-Century Built Military Heritage: Or, Rambles in Rural Armagh’.
    • Free admission. All welcome.

 

  • 4 February 2015, 8 p.m.
    Location: Seanchas Ard Mhacha, Cardinal O Fiaich Memorial Library and Archive, Armagh.

    • Speaker: Ivar McGrath
    • Lecture Title: ‘The Digital Mapping of Ireland’s Eighteenth-Century Barracks: The Armagh Story’.
    • Free admission. All welcome.

 

Previous Events:

  • June 2014
    Location: Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference, Armagh.The Project team organised a panel entitled ‘Mapping the Eighteenth-Century Irish State – Boroughs, Barracks and Taxation’ featuring the following presentations:

    • Speaker: Ivar McGrath
      Lecture Title: ‘So many little military-colleges scattered up and down the country: ‘Mapping the country-wide network of permanent residential barracks in eighteenth-century Ireland’.
    • Speaker: Patrick Walsh
      Lecture Title: ‘Who paid what, where and how? Mapping Irish revenue collection and its discontents, 1690-1783’.
    • Speaker: Eamon O’Flaherty
      Lecture Title: ‘Urban community or oligarchy: Irish boroughs in the long eighteenth century’.

 

  • November 2013
    Location: Military History Society of Ireland, Griffith College, Dublin.

    • Speaker: Ivar McGrath
    • Lecture Title: ‘“So many little military-colleges scattered up and down the country”: The establishment of a country-wide network of permanent residential barracks in eighteenth-century Ireland’.

 

  • November 2013
    Location: Irish Economic and Social History Conference, NUI Galway.

    • Speaker: Patrick Walsh
    • Lecture Title: ‘Who Paid What? Taxation and the Financial Impact of the State in Ireland, 1690-1782‘.

 

  • November 2010
    Location: Mícheál Ó Cléirigh Institute Seminar, UCD.

    • Speaker: Ivar McGrath
    • Lecture Title: ‘Culture, Society and Change: the permanent residential army barracks of eighteenth-century Ireland’.