THE GERALDINES AND MEDIEVAL IRELAND. THE MAKING OF A MYTH

by jdurney on September 13, 2013

The Geraldines and Medieval Ireland
The Making of a Myth


Marking the 500th anniversary of the death of the ‘Great Earl’ of Kildare

Thomas Davis Lecture Theatre
(Room 2043 Arts Building)
Trinity College Dublin
Friday 13 to Saturday 14 September 2013

Featuring a keynote public lecture by Professor Steven Ellis
Friday 13 September 2013 at 7 pm

Organizers:
Peter Crooks and Seán Duffy, Department of History, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland
Telephone: +353 1 896-1791

Admission Free • All Welcome
To register, please go to http://geraldines.eventbrite.co.uk/

Further Information:
• www.tcd.ie/history/geraldines
• medieval.ireland.symposium@gmail.com

 

Keynote Lecture: Friday 13 September at 7 pm
Professor Steven Ellis will examine the career of the Great Earl of Kildare, once dubbed by a twentieth-century historian the ‘all-but king of Ireland’. Among Professor Ellis’s many publications are: Ireland in the age of the Tudors (1998); Tudor frontiers and noble power (1995); and Reform and Revival (1986).
 
Friday 13 September 2013
13.45, Welcome and Opening Remarks

14.00–15.30
Session 1
Ciaran Brady
Seán Duffy

16.00–17.30
Session 2
Huw Pryce
Colin Veach
 
Saturday 14 September 2013
9.00-10.30
Session 3
Brendan Smith
Paul MacCotter

11.00-12.30
Session 4
Robin Frame
Katharine Simms

14.00-15.30
Session 5
Linzi Simpson
Sparky Booker

16.00-17.30
Session 6
Peter Crooks
David Edwards

The Geraldines and Medieval Ireland. The Making of a Myth. Marking the 500th anniversary of the death of the ‘Great Earl’ of Kildare. TCD, Friday 13 to Saturday 14 September 2013

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