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Detail of a stained glass window from the Saint-Joseph Catholic Church in Macon, State of Georgia, United States

The panel discussion on St Brigit and the beginnings of Irish history featured historians: Associate Prof. Elva Johnston (UCD); Assistant Professor Megan Welton (UCD); Dr Niamh Wycherley (Maynooth); and Dr Elizabeth Dawson (Carlow College).

St Brigit and the beginnings of Irish history

In honour of International Women’s Day on March 8th 2024, the UCD College of Arts and Humanities EDI Committee supported a series of eveants to celebrate women and women’s research.

In this episode, a recording of ‘St Brigit and the beginnings of Irish history’ a panel discussion organised by UCD’s Dr Fionnuala Walsh.

The panel discussion featured historians: Associate Prof. Elva Johnston (UCD); Assistant Professor Megan Welton (UCD); Dr Niamh Wycherley (Maynooth); and Dr Elizabeth Dawson (Carlow College).

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