cfp. The fourth Irish conference on the History of Mathematics (IHoM4), 9 June 2017

The fourth Irish conference on the History of Mathematics (IHoM4) will be held in the Edward Worth Library, Dublin, on Friday 9 June 2017.

The themes of the conference will be:

Significant people in the History of Mathematics
Using original sources in History of Mathematics
History of Mathematics as revealed in significant books
History of Mathematics in Mathematics Education
History of Mathematics Education
General topics from the History of Mathematics

It will be of particular interest to situate any of these themes in an Irish context.

Abstracts (of no more than 150 words) are invited for presentation at IHoM4, on or before 7th May. It is envisaged that each presentation will be allocated 40 minutes (including 10 minutes for questions). The programme for IHoM4 will be posted here.

Organizing committee:

Dr Maurice OReilly (chair), Dublin City University
Dr Elizabethanne Boran, Edward Worth Library
Professor Roderick Gow, University College Dublin
Dr Ciarán Mac an Bhaird, Maynooth University
Dr Mark McCartney, University of Ulster
For further information contact maurice.oreilly[AT]dcu.ie (with IHoM4 in the subject field).

cfp. History of Science, Technology and Medicine Network Ireland, 13 & 14 Oct. 2017

 

The History of Science, Technology and Medicine (HSTM) Network Ireland in association with the RDS Library and Archives will hold its annual conference on 13 and 14 Oct. 2017. The Network welcomes abstracts for twenty-minute papers on all aspects of HSTM. Closing date for proposals is 26 May 2017.

Full details can be found on the Network website:

https://hstmnetworkireland.org/ 

Also, please see flyer here:HSTM Call for Papers 2017

Kevin B. Nowlan Castletown Bursary 2017

 

To celebrate Professor Kevin B. Nowlan’s longstanding service, the Castletown Foundation will launch, in 2017, a bursary of €2000 to any student working on the history, architecture, collections and estate of Castletown House. Students must be registered and can use the money to pay for fees or research. Applications must be received by 5pm, Friday 26 May 2017.

Further details and an application form can be obtained from Alison Fitzgerald at alison.fitzgerald@nuim.ie.

 

 

Irish History Online Bibliography upgrade

Irish History Online (IHO) is a comprehensive online bibliography of Irish history. It lists and indexes writings on Irish history published since the 1930s. IHO has been available online since 2004. It includes bibliographic information on books and pamphlets, articles from journals published in Ireland or internationally, and chapters from books of essays, including Festschriften and conference proceedings.

Entries for new material published in 2016 and 2017 are currently being added to the database.

The Irish History Online search screens have recently been upgraded, with enhanced search capabilities. The initial search screen allows keyword searching across the full Irish History Online database. An advanced search facility is available for more specific searches.

Irish History Online is professionally compiled by a team of voluntary editors and compilers, and is hosted and managed by the Royal Irish Academy Library (Dublin). It receives support from the Irish Committee of Historical Sciences and from Irish Historical Studies. It is an essential resource for the study of Irish history at any level, and is free of charge to users.

Contact IHO at iho@ria.ie.

Universities Ireland 2017 History Bursaries

Applications are now being accepted for the Universities Ireland 2017 History Bursary. Universities Ireland is offering four bursaries to students undertaking post-graduate study on a topic relating to the 1912-1923 period in Ireland, the decade of the First World War and the division of the island into the states of Ireland (Irish Free State) and Northern Ireland. Applications in 2017 will be particularly welcome from students undertaking work on the impact of the events in 1917 on this island.

The closing date for applications to this bursary will be Thursday 4th May.

 Please visit the following link for further information:  http://universitiesireland.ie/history-bursary/

2017 Edward Phelan Lecture

The third annual Edward Phelan Lecture will be delivered by Professor Mary Daly (President, Royal Irish Academy) on ‘Women at Work: the role of the Irish Labour Organisation’. The lecture will be held in the College Hall, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 at 6:30pm.

Edward Phelan Lecture Cover Photo

RSVP: The Registrar, National University of Ireland, 49 Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Tel. 01 439 2424 Email: registrar@nui.ie

Guests are requested to be seated by 6.15 p.m.

Full details can be found on the National University of Ireland website here.