History Research Seminar 2017/2018: Andrew Sneddon (Ulster University), Representations of the trial of the 'Islandmagee Witches' (1711) in poetry, plays, paintings and prose in 19th and 20th century Ireland.

Representations of the trial of the 'Islandmagee Witches' (1711) in poetry, plays, paintings and prose in 19th and 20th century Ireland.

History Research Seminar 2017/2018: Andrew Sneddon (Ulster University), Representations of the trial of the 'Islandmagee Witches' (1711) in poetry, plays, paintings and prose in 19th and 20th century Ireland.

We are pleased to announce our annual History Research Seminar Series for 2017/2018.

Andrew Sneddon (Ulster University), will be delivering this seminar entitled Representations of the trial of the 'Islandmagee Witches' (1711) in poetry, plays, paintings and prose in 19th and 20th century Ireland.

These will run on Wednesday afternoons, starting at 3:45 pm in the Atrium, Block I (Arts Building) throughout semester 1 and 2. Please register to confirm your spot.

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15:45 to 00:00

Atrium, Block I (Arts Building)

Gabriel Guarino

+44 28 7012 3269
g.guarino@ulster.ac.uk

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