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ABOUT IPMAG

 

The Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group seeks to promote amongst academics and the general public a greater understanding of Ireland’s post-1550AD archaeology, history and material culture. It also seeks to promote a holistic approach to this material by means of greater co-operation with persons working in related fields of study.

The aims of the group are:

 

  • To undertake initiatives that will help raise the profile of post-medieval archaeology within Ireland.
  • To foster greater contacts between those individuals engaged in researching the archaeology, history and culture of post- 1550 Ireland.
  • To lobby for increased academic attention to be paid to the post-medieval period within Irish universities.
  • To seek greater protection for post-1700s monuments under National Legislation in Ireland.

 

If you wish to know more, you can find out about us here.


NEWS

IPMAG at Royal...

25 November 2019
IPMAG at Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

IPMAG were recently invited to participate in a joint seminar with the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland at Society House in Merrion Square, Dublin. On Friday 8th November, ...

IPMAG at Irish...

08 April 2019
IPMAG at Irish Archaeological Institute conference

IPMAG recently were invited to take part in the IAI's conference in Cork. Our chairman, James Lyttleton, presented in the 'voices from the archaeology profession' session. He high...

Prisons, asylums and...

05 April 2019

A 2-day conference at PRONI, Belfast 13th to 14th June 2019 Residential institutions in Ireland have a long history stretching back at least to the friaries, monasteries and abbe...

Next Event

 

IPMAG XX Conference

7-9 February 2020, Kilkenny

Contacts

Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group
c/o Wes Forsythe
Centre for Maritime Archaeology
Ulster University
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