The IGRS Ireland Branch has a terrific programme of lectures lined up for this year’s Open Day on Saturday 25 May 2013. As usual, it will be held at Dublin City Library & Archive, 138-144 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.
Both members and non-members will be made very welcome, and there is no charge.
Here’s the full programme:
|10:00–10:20||:||Registration and coffee*|
|10:30–11:10||:||At Home in Ireland: Houses and their families, with Mary Leland, journalist, novelist and non-fiction writer|
|11:15–11.55||:||The Down Survey of Ireland Online, with Dr Micheál Ó Siochrú and David Brown, Department of History, Trinity College, Dublin|
|12:00–13:30||:||Lunch (at own expense)|
|13:45–14:25||:||Searching for lost ancestors: using transmigrations studies, with Dr Gerard Moran, Department of History, NUI Maynooth|
|14:30–15:10||:||The Anglican Record Project, with Mark Williams|
|15:20–16:00||:||Ask the Experts! Question and answer session.|
* Tea & Coffee is available in the LIBRARY CAFÉ on the First Floor.
For further details please contact: Linda Clayton, Hon. Secretary, IGRS [Ireland Branch] on Tel: ++353 1 285 6360 or e-mail.