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Irish History Student’s Association: Conference Review

The annual conference of the Irish History Student’s Association took place in the University of Limerick between 13-14 March. The IHSA was founded in 1950 to promote the study of history among students in third level institutions on the island of Ireland. 750 more words

Irish History

Review: The British Society for the History of Science, postgraduate conference, UCL, 7-9 Jan. 2015

By Adrian James Kirwan

The British Society for the History of Science (BSHS) is the biggest society in the British Isles dedicated to the promotion of scholarly research into the history of science, technology and medicine. 628 more words

Society And Technology

Conference Review: The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland (ESHI) 21-22 November 2014, St. Patricks College, Drumcondra, Dublin.

By David Gahan

The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland formed in 1970, promotes the study of economic and social history in Ireland. It publishes a peer reviewed academic journal, … 733 more words

Irish History

IEEE GLOBECOM: Great choice for noobs

GLOBECOM is an annual flagship conference of IEEE ComSoc (Communications Society). It is usually held at the end of the year, and it is a huge conference with many parallel tracks. 284 more words


Conference Review: THE ART OF LIGHT AND DARK / THE VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE: Doctoral Research Papers in the History of Art, University of York, March, 2014.

For many PhD students (myself included) the most foreboding aspect of a research degree is finding a voice in the public arena. Whether by way of conference papers, panel discussions or public presentations, addressing an audience is a nerve wracking yet vital part of widening the conversation around art history. 337 more words