The development of our Spring Lecture series is ongoing and as it is confirmed we will publish updates to this page.
Currently this series of event includes:
Wednesday 26 January @ 7:30pm: A Zoom Lecture: ‘The buildings of Georgian Cork 1714-1830 – city and county’ by Frank Keohane.
Wednesday 9 February @ 7:30pm: A Zoom Lecture: ‘To Hell and Back: Ghosts and Perceptions of the Afterlife from Medieval Cork’ by Br. Colmán Ó Clabaigh O.S.B.
Wednesday 9 March @ 7:30pm: A Zoom Lecture: ‘What’s in a name? Irish ‘outrages’ and their multiple meanings: cases from County Cork 1835-1845’ by Dr. Jay Roszman
Wednesday 27 April @7:30pm: A Zoom Lecture: ‘Where Cork leads, Ireland follows: the formative years of the Irish agricultural advisory service and County Cork, 1900-1932’ by Dr. Mícheál Ó Fathartaigh
Wednesday 18 May @7:30pm: A Zoom Lecture: ‘Uncovering the social and economic role of uplands in south-west Ireland, c. 1450-1850’ by Dr. Eugene Costello
For further information on this event and the links to register for them please visit our Events page.
The CHAS lecture series is sponsored by the Cork City Council, Heritage and Biodiversity Plan.
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