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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Civil Wars in History Keynotes

Despite much scholarly attention to the widespread phenomenon of internal armed conflicts, comparative histories of civil wars remain a remarkably under-developed area of historical research, particularly for Europe in the modern period. The conference organisers sought to address this by considering the origins, forms, and consequences of civil wars across time and space, thereby bringing scholars from different disciplines (Sociology, Politics, History, and Literature) together.

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The perils of adolescent activism during the Irish Revolution

In this podcast Dr Marnie Hay provides an introduction to uniformed youth groups during the Irish Revolution and highlights some examples of the potentially perilous activities undertaken by adolescents during the years 1916-23 and the serious consequences these teenage activists faced.

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WHAI Conference: Podcasts & Videos

The annual conference of the Women's History Association of Ireland is one of the highlights of the history conference calendar. History Hub is delighted to partner with the WHAI in the production of videos and podcasts from the conference. These are now available on Soundcloud, Apple, Spotify and Youtube.

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History Hub’s Educational Resources

UCD School of History is delighted to announce the launch of 'History Hub's Educational Resources', a brand new podcast series for all history students - of all ages - from the School of History at University College Dublin.

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