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Monday, 01 January 2018 - Monday, 31 December 2018

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Irish Studies Seminar: Chris Colvin, Matthias Blum (QUB) and Eoin McLoughlin (St Andrews), ‘Ireland’s chosen many: scarring and selection in the Great Irish Famine’ All welcome...
Event Time
16:30
Venue
Irish Studies Seminar Room, 6-8 Fitzwilliam St, QUB
Organizer
Peter Gray
Irish Studies Seminar: Chris Colvin (QUB), Matthias Blum (QUB) and Eoin McLoughlin (St Andrews), ‘Ireland's chosen many: scarring and selection in the Great Irish Famine' All welcome...
Event Time
16:30
Venue
Irish Studies Seminar Room, 6-8 Fitzwilliam St, QUB
Organizer
Peter Gray
TheCentre for Experimental Medicine is pleased to present a talk by Professor Christoph Tang (Sir William Dunn School of Pathology) on "Climate change in bacteria"....
Event Time
13:00
Venue
Basement Seminar Room, Wellcome-Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine
Organizer
Neil Meharg
Irish Studies Seminar: Paddy Gleeson (QUB), 'Ruling early medieval kingdoms: landscape and governance in the Irish Sea region' All welcome...
Event Time
16:30
Venue
Irish Studies Seminar Room, 6-8 Fitzwilliam St, QUB
Organizer
Peter Gray
The Centre for Experimental Medicine is pleased to present a talk by Dr Sarah Coulthurst (University of Dundee) on “Bacterial warfare: the Type VI secretion system of Serratia marcescens”....
Event Time
13:00
Venue
Basement Seminar Room, Wellcome-Wolfson Insitute for Experimental Medicine
Organizer
Neil Meharg
The Classical Association in Northern Ireland in conjunction with Queen's University, Advocating Classics Education (ACE) and the Ulster Museum, is hosting an all-day event under the title "Celebratin...
Event Time
10:15
Venue
The Ulster Museum, Belfast
Organizer
Dr John Curran
Irish Studies Seminars: Muiris MacCarthaigh (QUB), ‘From Free State to crisis state – the evolution of the Irish administration 1922-2015' All welcome...
Event Time
16:30
Venue
Irish Studies Seminar Room, 6-8 Fitzwilliam St, QUB
Organizer
Peter Gray
Irish Studies Seminars: Bridget Brownlow (St Mary's University, Halifax, and Peaceful Schools International), ‘Peace education in a post-conflict society - from Nova Scotia to Northern Ireland' Al...
Event Time
16:30
Venue
Irish Studies Seminar Room 6-8 Fitzwilliam St, QUB
Organizer
Peter Gray
Irish Studies Seminars: Carly Hegenbarth (Independent Researcher), ‘Catholic Emancipation and satirical printmaking in London in 1829' All welcome...
Event Time
16:30
Venue
Irish Studies Seminar Room, 6-8 Fitzwilliam St
Organizer
Peter Gray
Prof Irene Tracey (Nuffield Professor of Anaesthetic Science and Director of the Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain, University of Oxford) will be speaking on "Theolo...
Event Time
16:15
Venue
Senate Room
Organizer
Joanne McConnell
Prof Christopher McCrudden (Professor of Human Rights and Equality Law, Queen's University Belfast and William W Cook Global Law Professor, University of Michigan Law School) will be speaking on "Theo...
Event Time
16:15
Venue
Senate Room
Organizer
Joanne McConnell
The 2018 Wiles Lectures will be given by Prof Alison Bashford (UNSW) on the topic ‘Trustees of Evolution: The Huxleys from Empire to World, c.1850-1950’ http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/happ/D...
Event Time
17:00
Venue
Emeleus Lecture Theatre
Organizer
Peter Gray
The 2018 Wiles Lectures will be given by Prof Alison Bashford (UNSW) on the topic ‘Trustees of Evolution: The Huxleys from Empire to World, c.1850-1950’ http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/happ/D...
Event Time
17:00
Venue
Emeleus Lecture Theatre
Organizer
Peter Gray
The 2018 Wiles Lectures will be given by Prof Alison Bashford (UNSW) on the topic ‘Trustees of Evolution: The Huxleys from Empire to World, c.1850-1950’ http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/happ/D...
Event Time
17:00
Venue
Emeleus Lecture Theatre
Organizer
Peter Gray
The 2018 Wiles Lectures will be given by Prof Alison Bashford (UNSW) on the topic ‘Trustees of Evolution: The Huxleys from Empire to World, c.1850-1950’ http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/happ/D...
Event Time
17:00
Venue
Emeleus Lecture Theatre
Organizer
Peter Gray
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