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CELEBRATING GENDER HISTORY AT QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY

A conference to celebrate the work and career of Professor Mary O’ Dowd, MRIA, First professor of Gender History at QUB

Date(s)
October 25, 2019
Location
PETER FROGGATT CENTRE, QUB Room 02.026
Time
13:30 - 18:00
Price
Free

CELEBRATING GENDER HISTORY AT QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY

The Institute of Irish Studies and the School of History Anthropology Philosophy and Politics are hosting a conference on Gender History to celebrate the work and career of Professor Mary O’ Dowd, MRIA, First professor of Gender History at QUB

 

Friday 25 October 2019

1-30-6pm

PETER FROGGATT CENTRE

Room 02.026

Followed by the opening of an exhibition on Women and History in honour of Professor O’Dowd by Queen’s Special Collections and Archives, in co-operation with the Institute of Irish Studies and HAPP

Speakers will include members of Queen’s academic staff, including our new professor of Gender History, Diane Urquhart. Also Professors Maria Luddy (Sussex) Gerardine Meaney (UCD) and Bernadette Whelan (Documents in Irish Foreign Policy).

Free Event, but pre-registration is required

FULL PROGRAMME AND LINK TO PRE-REGISTER 

Organiser: Dr Margaret O'Callaghan m.ocallaghan@qub.ac.uk

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