Infant death, baby-farming and precarious motherhood: Evidence from the Dublin Coroner’s Court

Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies, seminar: Dr Ciara Breathnach (History, University of Limerick) ‘Infant death, baby-farming and precarious motherhood: Evidence from the Dublin Coroner’s Court’

Infant death, baby-farming and precarious motherhood: Evidence from the Dublin Coroner’s Court

Infant death, baby-farming and precarious motherhood: Evidence from the Dublin Coroner’s Court

Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies, seminar: Dr Ciara Breathnach (History, University of Limerick) ‘Infant death, baby-farming and precarious motherhood: Evidence from the Dublin Coroner’s Court’


Event Name Infant death, baby-farming and precarious motherhood: Evidence from the Dublin Coroner’s Court
Start Date 14th Feb 2017 6:30pm
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Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies, seminar

Dr Ciara Breathnach (History, University of Limerick) will be delivering a seminar on ‘Infant death, baby-farming and precarious motherhood: Evidence from the Dublin Coroner’s Court’ at QUB – Old Staff Common Room (Lanyon Building).

For further information please visit usihs36.com

Alternatively you can contact the President, Dr Andrew Sneddon, or Secretary, Prof. Peter Gray

This event is open to everyone!