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Imeachtaí Institiúid de Mórdha 19-23 Bealtain 2014

The Moore Institute is pleased to host the following events from 19-23 May, 2014.

 

Monday 19 May

16:30-18:00  – Book Launch: ‘Frontier and Border Regions in Early Modern Europe’ Edited by Raingard Esser and Steven G Ellis –  Venue: The Hardiman Research Building G010 seminar room

(Contact: karen.walsh@nuigalway.ie )

 

Thursday 22 May

16:00-18:00 – Professor Carl Wennerlind (Barnard College, Columbia University and Moore Institute visiting fellow): ‘The Political Economy of Moral Refinement’- Venue: The Hardiman Research Building G010 seminar room

(Contact: dan.carey@nuigalway.ie )

 

17:15-18:00 – Book launch by Professor Carl Wennerlind of: Daniel Carey, ed., Money and Political Economy in the Enlightenment (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2014). – Venue: The Hardiman Research Building G010 seminar room

(Contact: dan.carey@nuigalway.ie )

 

Friday 23 May

10:00-12:00 – Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Money, Credit and Crisis Perspectives on the past and present – Venue: The Hardiman Research Building G010 seminar room

(Contact: dan.carey@nuigalway.ie )

 

For queries relating to any of the events, please contact Kate Thornhill kate.thornhill@nuigalway.ie  x3906.  All of our events can be found at http://www.nuigalway.ie/mooreinstitute

 

*The Hardiman Research Building is the new building next to the Library which hosts the Moore and Whittaker Institutes. 

 

 

Imeachtaí na seachtaine seo 12-16 Bealtaine 2014

The Moore Institute is pleased to host the following events from 12-16 May, 2014.

Monday 12 May

09:00-18:00  – English & Drama: Graduate Research Day – Venue: The Hardiman Research Building G010 seminar room

(Contact: adrian.paterson@nuigalway.ie )

Tuesday 13 May

11:00-14:00  – Guerrilla Digitisation: An Introduction to Book scanning- Venue: The Hardiman Research Building G010 seminar room

(Contact: m.connell3@nuigalway.ie )

Thursday 15 May

18:00 -19:00 –  Reading Poetry: Philip Sidney from Astrophil and Stella by Clíodhna Carney– Venue: Galway City Museum, Education room

(Contact: adrian.paterson@nuigalway.ie )

 

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Léacht: Music on Board the Royal Swedish Flagship Kronan *Lost 1676)

Láthair: St Nicholas Collegiate Church

Am: 20:00-21:30

Roinn: Medieval Studies and Galway Early Music

Tuilleadh eolais: “PART OF THE GALWAY EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL, MAY 8-11: The Swedish Flagship Kronan, the Royal Crown, was in its time one of the world’s largest warships. She capsized, exploded and sank off the island of Öland in the Baltic Sea in 1676. Of the 842 men in the crew only about 40 were saved. The wreck was located in the 1980s and is since then excavated each summer season by underwater archaeologists. Among the more than 30,000 objects that have been found so far are several musical instruments and other sound tools, intact or in fragmented form. Strings, winds and percussion are all represented. The musical instruments excavated from the Kronan wreck form the basis of a concert programme that also includes commentaries. The repertoire of the performance is music that was in vogue in Sweden during the second half of the 17th century. Tickets: E15 / E12 concession / E5 under 16s Info and Booking:http://www.galwayearlymusic.com

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