19 May 2017
OHNI Networking Events – Leinster Registration
Trim Castle Hotel, Trim, Co Meath

20 May 2017
OHNI Networking Events – Connacht Registration
Museum of Country Life, Turlough Park

15 March 2017
OHNI Networking Events – Belfast Registration
Ulster Museum, Belfast

18 February 2017
OHNI 2017 Calendar of Events

Upcoming Events around Ireland

14 November 2015
Reflections on the Revolution in Ulster: The Irish Volunteers in the North, 1913-1923
Cardinal Ó Fiaich Library and Archive, Armagh

27 - 28 November 2015
CFP for The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland conference
Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick

11-12 September 2015
OHNI Call for Papers: ‘Voicing Commemoration’
Long Room Hub, TCD

12 June 2015
Research Ethics Committees and Oral History Research
Room A3106, The Arts Building, TCD

12 -13 September 2014
Making Connections: Oral History and Community
Butler House, Kilkenny
2014 Conference

6 March 2014
New Website – Oral History @ UCC
UCC Cork

Spring 2014, Various Dates
UCD Scholarcast series on ‘Memory and Community’
UCD Humanities Institute

29 November 2013
50th anniversary of the HTAI
The Palatine Room, Collins Barracks, Dublin

22 November 2013
Dublin’s Little Jerusalem
Dublin City Libraries

21 November 2013
The Interview: A Tool for Peace-Building
The MAC, St. Anne's Square, Belfast

14 November 2013
New Book Launch of “One hundred years later: the legacy of the Lockout”
Teachers' Club, Parnell Square, Dublin

23 November 2013
OHNI Ulster Event Invitation
Queen's University, Belfast.

23 August 2013
OHNI Leinster event invitation
The Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Council.

27 April 2013
Munster Oral History Forum
St. Finbarr’s College, Farranferris, Cork

21 March 2012
Collecting Oral Narratives: Ethics, Best Practice and the Law
Royal Irish Academy, Dublin

28-29 September 2012
Voicing the Past: Oral History and Heritage in Ireland
Templegate Hotel, Ennis, Co. Clare
Keynote speaker: Alessandro Portelli, internationally renowned oral historian. Special guest speaker: Anna Bryson, Co-director of The Peace Process: Layers of Meaning project.

16-17 September 2011
Word of Mouth: Oral History Practice and Preservation in Ireland
Parade Tower, Kilkenny
Speakers Include: Alistair Thomson (author of Moving Stories and Anzac Memories) & Guy Beiner (author of Remembering the Year of the French)

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