Sexuality in the Holocaust

On 6 October 2022 Dr. Hájková came to UCD to give a lecture jointly organised by University College Dublin Centre for War Studies, Holocaust Education Ireland and the UCD History Seminar Series in Gender History. In her talk she explored the intersection of queer and Holocaust history through the example of an enforced relationship between two women, a guard and a Jewish woman, in a concentration camp in winter 1945.

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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference Podcasts

More than 200 podcasts from Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conferences are available for download from iTunes and to stream on Spotify and Soundcloud totally free of charge – there have been more than 120,000 podcast downloads/plays to date.

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Open and Lifelong Learning History Courses

UCD offers a variety of study options and entry pathways, ranging from full-time degrees to short-term courses for pure interest. Lifelong Learning offers all adult learners the opportunity to explore a subject of their choice without the pressure of an examination. Open Learning is a flexible way of studying part-time at UCD. Explore your history options for 2022 / 2023.

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Interpreting China

On 16-17 June 2022 a workshop entitled ‘Interpreting China: Engendering Transnational Dialogues’ was held at University College Dublin Humanities Institute and online. The workshop brought together scholars from across Ireland, UK and Europe working in Chinese History, Gender Studies and Translation Studies. It aimed to shed light on the lives of Chinese interpreters who conveyed to non-Chinese knowledge of Chinese culture, language, politics, and society across Chinese history.

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Sport and Ireland: A History

The recordings for 'Sport and Ireland: A History' were undertaken as a series of interviews between UCD historian Prof. Paul Rouse, and Joe Molloy, the award-winning presenter of ‘Off the Ball’ on Newstalk FM, and were broadcast live on radio.

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