EARLY MODERN IRELAND: CULTURE, POLITICS, AND PLANTATION

Venue
Moore Institute Seminar Room

Date & Time
6th September, 2011 @ 13:00:00

Early Modern Ireland:

Culture, Politics, and Plantation

One-Day Conference
Moore Institute
National University of Ireland, Galway

Tuesday 6 September 2011

Programme:

Session 1: 1pm.

Andrew Hadfield (Sussex): ‘Spenser on the Munster Plantation' 1.30-2.15

Richard Serjeantson (Cambridge): ‘Francis Bacon, Ireland, and the Classical Theory of Colonisation'

Pause - tea break (3-4pm)

Session 2: 4pm.

Marie-Louise Coolahan (NUI Galway), ‘Renaissance Dublin and the Literary Construction of Authorship'

Daniel Carey (NUI Galway): ‘Ireland and the Art of Travel'

All are welcome.

For further information contact Daniel Carey (daniel.carey@nuigalway.ie)

"Texts, Contexts, Culture" is funded under the Higher Education Authority, under PRTLI4 http://www.hea.ie

The conference is supported by generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (http://www.mellon.org).