Free

Beckett Lecture: Climate and Society in 18th Century Ireland

Event Information

Performers

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

2 Titanic Blvd

Titanic Quarter

BT3 9HQ

United Kingdom

View Map

Event description
Climate shocks and climate change: climate and society in eighteenth century Ireland by Professor James Kelly

About this Event

James Kelly is a Professor at Dublin City University and Head of School for the Department of History and Geography. He became a member of the Royal Irish Academy in 2003 and since 1999 he has been part of the Irish Manuscripts Commission. Professor Kelly has published works on 18th century Ireland but also focuses on American history from the civil war to the end of the 20th century. He is heavily involved in Irish gender relations, crime and punishment during the 18th century and “the Crowd” in the 18th and 19th centuries. James is also very interested in the study of sports in early modern Ireland and has published a book, Sport in Ireland 1600-1840.

His most recent publication was in 2017; Food rioting in Ireland in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: the 'moral economy' and the Irish crowd.

Share with friends

Performers

Date and Time

Location

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

2 Titanic Blvd

Titanic Quarter

BT3 9HQ

United Kingdom

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved