Tuesday 22 June The Marianna O’Gallagher Memorial Session: Strokestown Scarcity Orphans in Quebec. Part of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies Yearly Meeting. 10am– 11:30 am EDT. Dr. Mark McGowan will be joining Caroilin Callery and Dr. Jason King to go over a recent brief movie entitled “Strokestown Famine Orphans in Quebec and New York City.” Required to sign up. (The film might be seen prior to the session on YouTube.)

Thursday 24 June: Children throughout The War of Self-reliance, with Liz Gillis. Host: Donegal County Library Service. Free online lecture. All welcome. Register here.

Thursday 24 June: The Protestant experience of the War of Self-reliance, with Professor Terence Dooley. Host: Monaghan’s War of Self-reliance lecture series from Monaghan County Museum. Free lecture on Facebook and YouTube, 7pm. All welcome.

Thursday 24 and Friday 25 June: Dwelling(s) in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, a two-day virtual conference hosted by the Society for Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland (SSNCI) and University College Cork. Programme and information. All welcome, however registration is needed.

Friday 25 June: Past Lives: Exploring histories of household, an Ireland-Australia themed online session. Host: Department of History, University of Limerick. 11am to Midday (GMT +1). All welcome. Free. Register here.

Friday 25 and Saturday 26 June: The Genealogy Show 2021. Organised in the UK, the occasion includes speakers from all over the world and includes talks on lots of ‘global’ topics, ie Irish, German, Jamaican, Dutch and Australian family history research study, as well as how-to recommendations on techniques, DNA results, using archives or specific software application, professions and, obviously, research study assistance on English, Scottish and Welsh record collections. Talks are relayed every 40 minutes around the clock for 48 hours and then become available as needed for 30 days, so you can enjoy lectures in your own time zone and at your convenience. Tickets ₤ 20-₤ 30. Site.

Sunday 27 June: The Individual Retirement Account in Britain, 1919-1921, with Tola Collier. From the Burning of Customized Home on May 25 Centenary Lecture Series. Presented by Liz Gillis and M O’Doibhilin. Free. 8pm. On Facebook.

Tuesday 29 June: The dismantling of the Poor Law system in Ireland in the 1920s and 30s, with Brian Donnelly. Host: National Archives of Ireland. Online lecture. Free. 7pm. Required to register here.

Thursday 1 July: The land concern and revolution in Monaghan, with Professor Terence Dooley. Host: Monaghan’s War of Independence lecture series from Monaghan County Museum. Free lecture on Facebook and YouTube, 7pm. All welcome.

Wednesday 30 June: Deep Histories, Deepening Links: The UK and Ireland’s Lost Records, an afternoon conference hosted by The National Archives (UK) to mark the 99th anniversary of the destruction of the PROI in the opening battle of the Irish Civil War. Starts 2pm. Ends 5pm. Free. In a series of discussions and discussions, the converence will expose the surprising stories behind middle ages tax financing and the accounting scandals that led to centuries of Irish records being sent out to England, and take on the conservation difficulties of supplying access to premodern collections. Need to sign up.

Wednesday 30 June: “Sheep stealers from the north of England”– the Riding Clans in Ulster, with Robert Bell, author of The Book of Ulster Surnames. Host: Public Record Workplace of Northern Ireland. Online lecture, free. 2-3pm. Required to sign up.

Thursday 1 July: The land concern and revolution in Monaghan, with Professor Terence Dooley. Host: Monaghan’s War of Self-reliance lecture series from Monaghan County Museum. Free lecture on Facebook and YouTube, 7pm. All welcome.

Friday 2 July: What happened to Limbo? with Dr Christy Cunniffe exploring Limbo’s significance with referral to the traditions and practices around death and burial in Ireland with a special concentrate on deviant burial. Host: Irish Workhouse Portumna’s First Friday Series of lectures. Online. 8pm. Tickets EUR5. Details.

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