Trinity College Dublin Postgraduate Symposium
Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin
4 May 2012
For further information and to register, please contact Caoimhe Whelan .
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A Lecture by Dr Ann Buckley
(Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, TCD)
Venue: Neill/Hoey Lecture Theatre, Long Room Hub, TCD
Date: Monday, 15 November 2010
Time: 12.45 p.m. (doors open @ 12.30) Continue reading
Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Ireland:
Current trends and future directions
Room 3106, Arts Building
Trinity College Dublin, 26–27 February 2010 Continue reading
Senior Research Fellow
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Trinity College Dublin
My primary research interest is in Ireland in the period 1171-1541 and, arising from that, in the wider ‘English world’ or ‘Plantagenet empire’ of which Ireland formed an important part. Before returning to Trinity in 2013, I was a Past and Present Society Research Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research and a Lecturer in Late Medieval History at the University of East Anglia. I am currently completing a monograph entitled England’s First Colony: Power, Conflict and Colonialism in the Lordship of Ireland, 1361-1460. I am the principal editor of ‘CIRCLE: A Calendar of Irish Chancery Letters, c.1244-1509’ (https://chancery.tcd.ie/), a reconstruction of the Irish chancery rolls destroyed in the 1922 cataclysm at the Four Courts. A four-volume print edition of CIRCLE will appear with the Irish Manuscripts Commission. In September 2013, I co-founded (with Professor S. Duffy) the Trinity Medieval Ireland Series (TMIS), the first volume of which has been published as: The Geraldines and Medieval Ireland: The Making of a Myth.