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Ulster Museum

National Monuments and Buildings Record NI Lecture Series

A series of buildings and archaeology themed lectures held in Ulster Museum, PRONI & Linen Hall Library.

Fri 08 Sep 2017 - Sun 17 Jun 2018

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All lectures will be held from 1pm - 2pm and are free, booking is not required. Lectures in the Ulster Museum will take place in the Lecture Theatre on the ground floor.


Friday 8 September Ulster Museum

Terence Reeves-Smyth: John Nash and the Regency in Ireland 

Friday 29 September PRONI

John Fitzgerald: In search of water: The historic asset portfolio of Northern Ireland Water

Friday 13 October Linen Hall Library

Rory McNeary: Fifty Years Discovered, the underwater archaeology of the Girona shipwreck (1588)

Friday 3 November Linen Hall Library

Christina O’Regan and Fintan Walsh: The Ulster Scots Archaeological Project 

Friday 24 November Ulster Museum

Manus Deery: Marks of Strabane: The Built Heritage of a Barony in Co Tyrone.

Friday 8 December Ulster Museum

Colin Dunlop and Sarah Nicol: Two new Timber Monumental Ballynahatty-style circles of Armaloughey, Co. Tyrone and Clagan, Co. Derry


Friday January 12th PRONI

Andrew Malloy: Planning Belfast: 1923 – 2001 

Friday January 26th Ulster Museum

Laura Basell: Why Heritage Matters: Perspectives from Eastern Africa.

Friday February 9th PRONI

Heather Montgomery: Training Kitchener’s New Army 1914-18: Perspectives on the Irish Experience

Friday March 9th Ulster Museum

Claire Foley: Creggandevesky: Excavation of a Court Cairn in Ulster 

Friday March 23rd PRONI

Keith Lilley: Surveying Heritage: A landscape archaeology of the Ordnance Survey in Ireland.

Friday April 13th Ulster Museum

Emma Hanna: Crafting a Chronology for Early Medieval Ireland: Rural Craft-work from the Fifth to Twelfth Centuries AD 

Friday May 11th Ulster Museum

William Megarry: Digital approaches to World Heritage sites 

Friday June 8th 2018 Ulster Museum

Jonathon Barkley: Clonboy Rath: The environmental story of an early medieval defensive enclosure 

Useful links:

The Monuments and Buildings Record For NI