GENCHRON project celebrated at medieval studies funding event

28 Nov 2022
Awardees and speakers at the SAMS event on 23 November 2022. L-R: Dr Tomás Ó Carragáin, Dr Máirín MacCarron, Dr Helena Buffery, Dr Caitríona Ó Dochartaigh, Prof. John Cryan and Prof. John Carey.
The Seminar for Ancient and Medieval Studies (SAMS) hosted an event to celebrate the funding success for projects in medieval studies based at UCC. 
Dr Caitríona Ó Dochartaigh, Early and Medieval Irish, in collaboration with the University of Ulster, was awarded funding under the HEA North/South Research Programme for her project 'Ultonia. Cultural Dynamics in medieval Ulster and beyond: a shared inheritance'. Dr Tomás Ó Carragáin, Archaeology, received funding from IRC COALESCE for the 'Digital Atlas of Early Irish carved stones' (DAEICS). Dr Máirín MacCarron, Digital Humanities, received an IRC Consolidator Laureate grant for her project 'Time for Women? Gender, Chronology and Historiography before AD 900' (GENCHRON).

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