The Eighteenth Annual Report 2015- 2016 is now available
Please note that email contact details for Dr Lambkin and Dr Fitzgerald have changed. For more information contact us.
We are now on Facebook.
Taste of Culture with Ulster American Folk Park and Fermanagh & Omagh District Council. Saturday 17 June 2017. Details to follow.
Eighteenth Literature of Irish Exile Autumn School. Speaker Dr Kay Muhr. Saturday 21 October 2017. Details to follow.
Seventeenth Annual Irish Migration Studies Lecture. Speaker John McCafferty, UCD. 27 January 2018. Details to follow.
The Mellon Centre for Migration Studies is a research library which collects material relating to the history of the peoples of Ireland worldwide. Visitors will have access to a reference collection of over 17,000 volumes, journals, maps, newspapers, computers and the Centre's Irish Emigration Database, which is now available online.
Part of Libraries NI, the library is located at the Ulster American Folk Park which is part of the National Museums of Northern Ireland. We work closely with the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland,
Queen’s University Belfast,
the Ulster University and the Ulster Historical Foundation.
The Mellon Centre for Migration Studies is a project of the Scotch-Irish Trust of Ulster, which until the formation of the National Museums of Northern Ireland in 1998 owned and managed the Ulster-American Folk Park.
We are also closed on Public Holidays.
The Mellon Centre for Migration Studies
2 Mellon Road
t: 028 8225 6315
f: 028 8224 2241