Event: Power and influence in the Medieval and Early Modern World, Borderlines XVIII

Borderlines XVIII,
Power and influence in the Medieval and Early Modern World,
University College Cork,
4th – 6th April 2014.

Borderlines XVIII will take place in UCC from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 April 2014. All welcome and admission is free but attendees are requested to register via http://borderlinesxviii.wordpress.com/registration/.

Borderlines is an interdisciplinary postgraduate conference focusing on the Medieval and Early Modern Era. The conference rotates between UCC, Queen’s University Belfast and Trinity College Dublin. This year 50 speakers from Ireland, UK, Europe and the US will present in Cork on the theme “Power and Influence in the Medieval and Early Modern World”; see attached programme for details. It is an excellent opportunity to meet other postgraduate students and early-career researchers.

 The keynote speaker is Seán Duffy, Professor of Medieval History at Trinity College Dublin. A specialist on the history of medieval Ireland, Professor Duffy is the author of the recently published Brian Boru and the Battle of Clontarf (2013) and editor of the long-running Medieval Dublin series (2000–).

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