The Catholic Historical Society of Ireland and the Irish Jesuit Province are hosting a two-day conference in Belvedere College, Dublin 1, on 19-20 September, to mark the bi-centenary of the Restoration of the Jesuits in Ireland (1814). Themes treated will include the Jesuits and: political violence; the Irish language; the Easter Rising; World War I; the labour movement; the sciences; art and architecture.
All are welcome, it is free to attend and the programme starts at 2pm, Friday, 19 September 2014. The second day of the conference, Saturday 20 September, the programme will begin at 09:30 and continue until 17:00.
Two archivists are speaking at the event on Saturday 20 September –
- Damien Burke of the Irish Jesuit Archives – Irish Jesuit chaplains in the First World War
- Vera Orschel of the Rome Archival Project – “Uniting the dispersed members”: Jesuit Communications and the Irish annual letters (1604-1675).
The book Irish Jesuit Chaplains in the First World War will be launched at the conference on Friday, 19 September 2014 by Roisin Duffy, RTÉ Producer, Fr Browne’s Forgotten War.
For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or see the programme here: Jesuit_Restoration_Programme (link opens pdf)