A series of monthly lunchtime lectures held at the Wood Quay venue (see below for map) in conjunction with Dublin City Council.
Renowned experts will explain just how the invasions, battles, famines and plagues that medieval Dubliners had to deal with make this one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. This is a unique opportunity to discover how events like the arrival of the Vikings and the Anglo-Normans who built Dublin castle helped shape our city.
All lectures will take place from 1.05-1.45pm. No registration is necessary, entry is free and all are welcome!
THE SECOND MILESTONES OF MEDIEVAL DUBLIN SERIES (2015)
10 June 2015, Cherie N. Peters – 980: Freeing the Irish slaves of Dublin: context and consequences
14 July 2015, Stuart Kinsella – The foundation of Christ Church
Pictures from Stuart’s lecture:
10 August 2015, Linda Doran – Dublin and the Carlow corridor
UPCOMING: 8 September, Áine Foley – The execution of William Bermingham
MILESTONES OF MEDIEVAL DUBLIN SERIES (2013)
11 June 2013, Linzi Simpson – c.790-800: The first Dublin Vikings (The first Dublin Vikings podcast)
16 July 2013, Andy Woods – c.995: Producing Dublin’s first coinage: the money of the Hiberno-Scandinavians (Producing Dublin’s first coinage podcast)
13 August 2013, Con Manning – 1207: The construction of Dublin Castle (The Construction of Dublin Castle podcast)
10 September 2013, J.R.S. Philips – 1315: The Bruce Invasion (The Bruce Invasion podcast)
8 October 2013, Gillian Kenny – 1349: The Black Death (The Black Death podcast)
12 November 2013, Sparky Booker – 1487: The coronation of Lambert Simnel (The coronation of Lambert Simnel podcast)
10 December 2013, Steven Ellis – 1534: Silken Thomas and the siege of Dublin (Silken Thomas and the siege of Dublin podcast)
Map of Wood Quay venue: