Date: 1-2 September 2011
Location: UCD Newman House, 85/86 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2
Eschewing a discipline-focused presentation of papers and opinions, this
symposium aims to assemble a small number of distinguished humanities
scholars specialising in early modern concerns and social scientists
working on contemporary issues of religion, globalisation and conflict
with a view to discussing conceptual interlinkages between the generic
themes of religion, toleration and co-existence. It is hoped that by
supporting a dialogue between experts in early modern religion and
culture and social scientists, this event will facilitate a
mutually-beneficial interchange of ideas and concepts.
Admission is free, but as space is limited, those interested in attending are requested to contact Kathleen Middleton (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve a place.
Please see the event programme further details: Symposium Programme 1-2 September
This event is being organised by the UCD Humanities Institute of
Ireland in connection with the research project ‘Protestants, print and
Gaelic culture in Ireland, 1567-1722’ (PI: Dr Marc Caball), which is
funded by the IRCHSS and the Department of the Taoiseach.