The entrance to the Department of History’s office in Sidney Smith Hall
 

Death and Dying in Ireland

Start Date and Time:

Tuesday, October 30, 2018, 6:00PM

Speaker(s):

Professor Marian Lyons

Marian (Mary Ann) Lyons has published extensively on Franco-Irish relations and on Irish migration to continental Europe in the early modern period, and is particularly interested in jacobite migrants in Paris, c.1690-c.1730.She has also published on various aspects of Irish history including the Kildare dynasty, religion in late medieval and early modern Ireland, women, and the emergence of professional medicine from the early 1600s onwards. She has co-edited several essay collections on Irish migration to Europe in the early modern period, jointly curated the ‘Strangers to Citizens: the Irish in Europe, 1600-1800’ exhibition at the National Library of Ireland (2007-09) and co-authored Strangers to citizens: the Irish in Europe, 1600-1800 (2008). She is currently working on a biography of Thomas Arthur, M.D., of Limerick.  Arising from her interest in local history, she is General Editor of the Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History series (Four Courts Press), and joint editor, together with Daithí Ó Corráin of The Irish Revolution 1912-23 series (Four Courts Press).

All are welcome - free admission - no registration required

Sponsor(s)

  • The Celtic Studies Speakers Series is made possible by the generosity of a cultural grant from The Irish Cultural Society of Toronto

Contact Information

Celtic Studies
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Celtic Studies Speaker Series

Location:

Charbonnel Lounge, St. Michael’s College, 81 St Mary Street view full map

Categories:

Lectures, Research

Audiences:

Alumni and Friends, Community, Faculty, Graduate Students

Professor Marian Lyons