IAPH Members’ Bursaries 2020

The IAPH is pleased to announce the launch of its Members’ Bursaries scheme for 2020. These bursaries are intended to support the Association’s members in their professional activities and may be used for a range of activities, such as the … Continued

Using Visual Materials as Historical References

Using Visual Materials as Historical References Date: Sat 12th October 2019 Time: 10 am – 1 pm Location: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2, D02X338 (map) A limited number of places are available for this event Sign up: Email info@iaph.ie to … Continued

Practising Public History: An Introduction

The next IAPH event is a workshop co-organised with the Dublin City Libraries and Archives. It is entitled Practising Public History: An introduction, and will take place on Saturday 22 June, in the Gilbert Library, Pearse Street, between 10 am … Continued

AGM and Annual Public Lecture 2019

The AGM of the Irish Association of Professional Historians will take place in the National Library of Ireland on 17 April 2019 at 5:30pm. All members are welcome to attend. This will be followed by our Annual Public Lecture in … Continued

IAPH funding opportunities 2019

As you know, we recently advertised bursaries for conference organisation and professional development. While the deadline for submission of applications has passed, the available funds have not been fully allocated. As a result, we invite applications for funding, up to … Continued

IAPH Conference Bursary winner report 2018; Dr Denis Casey

Academia and Wikipedia: Critical Perspectives in Education and Research, Maynooth University, 18 June 2018 Wikipedia is often viewed with mistrust in academia, however the Critical Skills programme at Maynooth University has been pioneering its use as a pedagogic tool, encouraging … Continued