The Friends of Medieval Dublin hold an annual symposium that brings together historians and archaeologists to discuss fascinating new research on this captivating medieval city.
A review of our 10th Medieval Dublin Symposium (2008) by Peter Crooks
A review of our 14th Medieval Dublin Symposium (2012) by Yvonne Seale
Recap on a recent Friends of Medieval Dublin event: The 17th Friends of Medieval Dublin annual symposium took place on 16 May 2015 at the Robert Emmet Theatre in Trinity College Dublin. A packed auditorium & Four Courts’ Book Stall at the 17th Medieval Dublin Symposium This year’s symposium featured a paper by Bernard Meehan, … Continue reading 17th Medieval Dublin Symposium 16 May 2015
The 16th Medieval Dublin symposium 2014 took the form of a national conference, Clontarf 1014-2014, held at Trinity College Dublin between 11-12 April, 2014 to commemorate the 1000 years since the Battle of Clontarf. During the conference, experts from all over the world told the story of Brian’s rise to power and tried to answer the question … Continue reading Clontarf 1014-2014: 16th Medieval Dublin Symposium
Browse through our poster archive to see some of the past Medieval Dublin symposia. (For a complete list of the speakers & presentations, you can download a searchable PDF for symposia iii-xvii here)