Borders and Boundaries in post-medieval Ireland
8‐10 February 2019 - The Enniskillen Hotel
The Irish Post‐Medieval Group (IPMAG) is pleased to announce its annual conference to be held on 8‐10 February 2019. This year’s conference will take place in Enniskillen, county town of Fermanagh. With an impending and uncertain Brexit set to have unknown ramifications in Ireland, the conference theme this year explores Borders and Boundaries in the post-medieval world. We also plan to have a session dedicated to reflecting the progress of Post-Medieval Archaeology in Ireland 20 years after IPMAG was founded.
This year IPMAG is also introducing a student research session where undergraduate and post‐graduate students present a 10 minute illustrated talk on their current research in any area of post medieval cultural heritage studies. This is to encourage new research and experience of public speaking in a friendly and collegiate atmosphere.
IPMAG is a voluntary, not‐for‐profit organisation, and unfortunately cannot cover speakers’ conference travel or other expenses. However, as a small vote of thanks from IPMAG, paper contributors will be invited to attend the conference dinner free‐of‐charge. For the student research session, a sponsored prize of €100 is offered for the best talk on the day.
IPMAG XIX Programme: TBC
Fees: IPMAG members €30; non‐members €55; concession €27.50. IPMAG annual subscription €20.
Accommodation Tip: Enniskillen has a range of accommodation options. There is a full range of accommodation in close proximity to the venue – details to be posted on www.ipmag.ie presently.