Third Year History

Third Year History

Third Year History

Core (1st Semester)

 

HI3001            Historical Debate

                        Tuesday, 11 am - 12 noon                 Boole 2

                        Thursday, 12 noon – 1 pm                 Kane G01

 

The following module is obligatory for students taking either 40 or 50 credits of History:

 

HI3302            Special Research Project                    

Wednesday, 12 noon – 1 pm              Electrical Engineering L2

                                                         (A session will be held on Wednesday, 20 September)

 

In addition to the History options on offer to all categories of History students the following Greek and Roman Civilisation module is on offer to students taking 40 or 50 credits of History

GR3011          Late Roman History, AD 284-395 (1st teaching period) (Dr David Woods)

                        Monday, 1-2 pm .                               O’Rahilly Bldg 101

                        Thursday, 3-4 pm                               O’Rahilly Bldg 123

 

TIMETABLE OF THIRD YEAR HISTORY OPTIONS ON OFFER IN THE 1st SEMESTER, 2016/2017

 

HI2046            Policing and Popular Justice in Ireland, 1803-1960 (Dr John

                        Borgonovo)

                        Thursday, 4-5 pm                                Civil Eng. 110

                        Friday, 12 noon – 1 pm                       Geography/Geology Lecture

                                                                                    Theatre

HI3024            Northern Ireland (Mr Gabriel Doherty)

                        Wednesday, 3 - 5 pm                          Connolly Bldg S3A

 

HI3026            Irish Economic and Social History during the Union

                        (Dr Andy Bielenberg)

                        Monday, 11 am – 12 noon                  Conn S3

                        Wednesday, 11 am – 12 noon             Askive GO1

 

HI3033            Irish Film History (Dr Finola Doyle-O’Neill)

                        Tuesday, 12 noon -2 pm                     West Wing 5

 

HI3044            International Relations I (Dr Mervyn O’Driscoll)

                        Thursday, 4-6 pm                                Boole 1

 

HI3045            The politics of church and state (Dr Andrew McCarthy)

                        Wednesday, 5–7 pm                            West Wing 5

 

HI3051            Ireland and the beginnings of Europe (Dr Damian Bracken)

                        Tuesday, 10-11 am                              West Wing 4

                        Wednesday, 10-11 am                         Aras na Laoi G32

 

HI3116            Culture and ideology in nineteenth-century Europe (Dr Detmar Klein)

                        Tuesday, 3-5 pm                                 West Wing 9

 

HI3120            The United States and the Vietnam Wars, 1945-1975 (Dr David Fitzgerald)

                        Wednesday, 11 am – 12 noon             Geography/Geology L.T.

 

HI3127            Religion and Magic in Reformation Europe: Witches, Demons, Jews and Heretics (Dr Jason Harris)

Monday, 5-6 pm                                 Civil Eng. 110

Wednesday, 2-3 pm                            West Wing 6

 

 

TIMETABLE OF THIRD YEAR HISTORY OPTIONS ON OFFER IN THE 2ND SEMESTER, 2016/2017

  

HI2045            Crime, Violence, and Revolutionary Ireland, 1913-1925 (Dr John

                        Borgonovo)

                        Tuesday, 4-5 pm                                 Kane G18

                        Thursday, 4-5 pm                                Kane G02

 

HI3028            State and Economy in Independent Ireland 1922-2010

                        (Dr Andy Bielenberg)

                        Tuesday, 11 am - 12 noon                   Elec. Eng. L2

                        Wednesday 11 am – 12 noon              O’Rahilly Bldg 123

 

HI3042            Ascendancy Ireland, c. 1690-1800: Culture and Society in the

                        Georgian Age (Dr Clare O’Halloran)

                        Tuesday, 12 noon – 1 pm                    Seminar Room, Tyrconnell

                        Wednesday, 4-5 pm                            Seminar Room, Tyrconnell    

 

HI3043            Politics, society and the Irish novel: from Union to Independence

                        (Mr Rory O’Dwyer)

                        Monday, 10-11 am                              Aras na Laoi GO2

                        Wednesday, 10-11 am                         Seminar Room 2, Silverdale

 

HI3052            From Pagans to Christians (Dr Damian Bracken)

                        Tuesday, 10-11 am                              O’Rahilly Bldg 212

                        Wednesday, 10-11 am                         Seminar Room, Tyrconnell

                                   

HI3082            Armadas: the Anglo-Spanish conflict, 1585-1604

                        (Dr Hiram Morgan)

                        Tuesday, 3-5 pm                                 West Wing 9

 

HI3095             European Imperialism, 1450-1750 (Dr David Edwards)

                        Monday, 3-5 pm                                 Food Science Bldg 322

           

HI3124            Cold War China (Dr Michael Whelan)

                        Monday, 5-6 pm                                 Aras na Laoi G19

                        Wednesday, 1-2 pm                            Aras na Laoi GO2

 

HI3125            Nuclear Politics and Proliferation (Dr Mervyn O’Driscoll & Staff)

                        Tuesday, 2-4 pm                                 West Wing 6

 

HI3128            Censorship in Twentieth-century Ireland (Dr Donal Ó Drisceoil)

                        Wednesday, 2-4 pm                            Aras na Laoi G19

 

HI3133            Digital History (Dr Mike Cosgrave)

                        Wednesday, 9-11 am                           Food Science Bldg 458

  

ES4027           Capitalism, Communism and the Cold War: East and West Germany

                        from the 'Hour Zero' to the 1989 Revolution (1945-1990) (Dr Jerome

                        aan de Wiel)

                        Wednesday, 1-3 pm                            Conn J5

 

ES4028           EU Common Foreign Policy: Issues & Approaches (Dr Jerome aan de

                        Wiel)

                        Tuesday, 12 noon – 2 pm                    Conn S5

SEMINARS* (HI3200) ON OFFER IN HISTORY IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015/2016

 

Communications, Culture and Identity in Twentieth Century Ireland (Dr Finola Doyle-O’Neill)

Tuesday, 9–11 am                   Seminar Room 2, Silverdale

 

Place, People and History: Studies in Irish Identities from Antiquity to the Enlightenment (Dr Clare O’Halloran & Dr Diarmuid Scully)

Tuesday, 3-5 pm                     Seminar Room 2, Silverdale

 

The European Renaissance: Ideals of Civil Society (Dr Jason Harris)

Friday, 10 am – 12 noon         Seminar Room, 1 Elderwood

 

The Great Famine and its aftermath (Dr Larry Geary)

Monday, 2-4 pm                     Seminar Room, Tyrconnell

 

The government of Northern Ireland 1921-1972 (Mr Gabriel Doherty)

Wednesday, 12 noon – 2 pm   Seminar Room 2, Silverdale

 

The Irish Diaspora in comparative perspective (Mr Rory O’Dwyer)

Thursday, 10 am–12 noon      Seminar Room 2, Silverdale

 

God’s playground or the world’s headache? History of Poland from 1918 (Dr Bozena Cierlik)

Friday, 11 am – 1pm               Seminar Room 2, Silverdale

 

Health and Politics in Independent Ireland (Dr Andrew McCarthy)

Tuesday, 2-4 pm                     Seminar Room I, Silverdale

 

Society, art and religion in late medieval Ireland (Dr Malgorzata Krasnodębska D’Aughton)

Thursday, 10 am – 12 noon    Seminar Room, 1 Elderwood

 

Murder and Intrigue in Sixteenth-century Ireland (Dr David Edwards)

Thursday, 2-4 pm                    Seminar Room 2, Silverdale

 

Ireland and Empire:  Irish involvement in Imperialism overseas, 1600-1949

 (Dr Hiram Morgan)

Thursday, 2-4 pm                    Seminar Room, Tyrconnell

 

War and revolution in Cork 1914-1923 (Dr Andy Bielenberg)

Thursday, 10 am – 12 noon    Seminar Room 1, Silverdale

 

 

Based on student numbers, there is no guarantee that all seminars will be running.

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