MA Programmes at UCD History

MA History courses at University College Dublin offer both a challenging and a rewarding introduction to the advanced study of History. In a recent webinar for UCD College of Arts and Humanities hosted by Assistant Professor Sandra Scanlon, programme directors, and current and former students, came together to discuss the various Masters programmes. Watch the webinar now.

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Partitions and Borders

'Partitions and borders: a comparative and interdisciplinary conference' took place in UCD School of History in May 2018. Jointly organised by University College Dublin and Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, this two-day international conference brought together scholars working on aspects of partition and border studies from multiple disciplines.

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The UCD War List and Roll of Honour, an Armistice Centenary

The First World War broke out at a time when the university was still in its infancy. In total, 116 students joined up during the war. At the time, the university had an enrolment of around 700 students, of whom 500 were eligible for service. This was by no means an insignificant absence in the corridors of Earlsfort Terrace. Read 'The UCD War List and Roll of Honour, an Armistice Centenary' by Dr Conor Mulvagh.

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