DATE: 23 & 24 October 2015
VENUE: Ardmore House, University College Dublin
During 2015 and 2016 University College Dublin will host a series of workshops on globalizing the history of revolutions. The series will endeavor to discover what distinguishes the Irish Revolution from other revolutionary situations at the start of the twentieth century.
The workshops will bring together experts in the history of revolution and revolutionary situations in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas.
The first workshop will take place in Ardmore House, University College Dublin on 23 & 24 October 2015. Keynote lectures will be given by Professor John Horne (Trinity College, Dublin) and Professor Steve Smith (Oxford University). Other confirmed participants include Stephanie Cronin (Oxford); Róisín Healy (Galway); Filipe de Meneses (Maynooth); Conor Mulvey (UCD); John Paul Newmann (Maynooth); Friedemann Pestel (Freiburg); Thomas Rath (UCL); Christopher Read (Warwick); Fergus Robson (TCD); Niall Whelehan (Edinburgh); and Erik J Zürcher (Leiden) – a list that includes expertise covering the cases of central Europe; China; Egypt; France; Iran; Ireland; Mexico; Portugal; the Ottoman Empire; as well as Russia.
This is a specialist academic event. As spaces are strictly limited, interested members of the public are requested to register their interest with firstname.lastname@example.org There are no registration or other charges, however a fee will be charged for refreshments.
This workshop series has been funded by an Irish Research Council New Foundations Award and by