Tuesday, March 8, 2011

  • Lunchtime Curators Tour of the Jack B. Yeats exhibition at The Model
  • TOMORROW! Urban Party : The Complex, Smithfield Square, Dublin 7 - Great Line-up! Doors at 6.30pm. Kick off at 6.45pm.
  • John Redmill: Lecture on the Royal buildings of Ireland 7.30 pm
  • Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin, Thurs. 10th March 4.30pm  - Public Discussion and Seminar with Simon O’Sullivan : All welcome
  • National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Sat. 12th March, 12.00 – 16.00  - “What Do You Stand For?” a public discussion on alternative art spaces in Ireland
  • Annual Trinity College Secondhand Booksale: 10 -12 March all day in the Exam Hall       (Even if you don't buy anything go and look at the building!)
  • Dublin Contemporary announces the first list of artists taking part in its inaugural exhibition.
Calls for Papers/Forthcoming Conferences/Seminars
  • GRADCAM Seminar (NCAD)  Thursday March 10th at 9:30 - on explaining
    change in cultural history. 
    For more information and advance readings please contact Dr. Lisa Godson at lisa.godson@gmail.com
  • Royal Society of Antiquaries, Dublin Saturday 12 March - H.G. Leask Seminar 
  • UCD Humanities Institute 14 March - Redrawing Dublin: interdisciplinarity and interrogation
  • UCD Humanities Institute 18 March - The new scientists in Ireland - a tribute to the Loebers
  • 'Scotland and Beyond: Early Medieval Carved Stones,'March 31-April 2nd at the
    University of Edinburgh and National Museums of Scotland. Speakers include: Professor Roger Stalley, TCD & Colleen M. Thomas, TCD 
  • ‘Honest to Blog : Web Legitmacy Symposium - Review by Dr Cian O’Callaghan (NUIM)
  • Review of Suzanne Loebl's book: 'America's Medicis: the Rockefellers and their astonishing cultural legacy' 
Trinity College Dublin 
  • Ussher Lecturer in Nineteenth Century History: Ireland, Britain and the Empire
  • Long Room Hub: Visiting Fellowships

Queen’s University Belfast
  • Postgraduate bursaries and scholarships in the School of History and Anthropology

University of York, England
  • Lectureship in History of Art: Modern/Contemporary

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