Maritime History Conference – ‘A safe place for ships’: Cork, Ireland, Europe and the Sea
Funded by the Irish Research Council’s New Foundations Scheme with help from the Port of Cork.
Ireland is an island nation, with a rich maritime heritage. This conference will explore its sea-going past and culture, along with that of its European neighbours. Topics will include the Vikings; piracy; the Spanish Armada; international trade; the Napoleonic War at sea; island nations; emigration; port cities; Lusitania; WWI submarine warfare.
Speakers include: Prof Eric Grove Liverpool Hope Univ.); Prof Donnchadh Ó Corráin (UCC); Prof Michelà D’Angelo (Univ. of Messina); Dr Simon Mercieca (Univ. of Malta); Prof Claire Connolly (UCC); Prof Jürgen Elvert (Univ. of Cologne); Dr Susan Flavin (Trinity College Dublin); Dr Connie Kelleher (Nat. Monuments Service/UCC).
This conference received coverage on RTE Radio 1: click here.
Further information here.
- University College Cork
- Main Campus: Electrical Engineering BLDG, L-1, UCC
- Friday, 28 November: 1:30 - 8PM
- Saturday, 29 November: 10:00- 6:00 pm