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ABOUT IPMAG

 

The Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group seeks to promote amongst academics and the general public a greater understanding of Ireland’s post-1550AD archaeology, history and material culture. It also seeks to promote a holistic approach to this material by means of greater co-operation with persons working in related fields of study.

The aims of the group are:

 

  • To undertake initiatives that will help raise the profile of post-medieval archaeology within Ireland.
  • To foster greater contacts between those individuals engaged in researching the archaeology, history and culture of post- 1550 Ireland.
  • To lobby for increased academic attention to be paid to the post-medieval period within Irish universities.
  • To seek greater protection for post-1700s monuments under National Legislation in Ireland.

 

If you wish to know more, you can find out about us here.


NEWS

American Society of...

06 February 2017

Call for Papers: The American Society of Irish Medieval Studies Irish Conference Glenstal Abbey, Co. Limerick, September 22nd-24th, 2017 The Ireland Conference of the American ...

Conference programme -...

20 January 2017

The Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group annual conference programme is now available to download. Click HERE (http://issuu.com/ipmag/docs/ipmag_2017_programme)to view.

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Draft National Landscape...

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IPMAG welcomes the publication in July by the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht of the Draft National Landscape Strategy. The National Strategy looks to both urban and...

Review of IPMAG...

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Greetings everyone,  IPMAG’s 2014 conference had the theme of Urbanism: Archaeological Considerations of Culture c. 1500-1900, held in the Absolute Hotel, Limerick. It was very w...

Buildings in Society...

28 January 2014
Buildings in Society International History and Culture

  Conference to be held at Queens University Belfast 19-21 June 2014.

Post 1700 monuments...

28 January 2014
Post 1700 monuments in Ireland

  It was with some sense of dismay that IPMAG learnt recently of the proposed de-listing of post-1700 archaeological monuments by the Department of Arts, Heritage the Gaeltac...

Website Rebuild

28 January 2014
Website Rebuild

  Once every few years, people tend to take stock of what they have and decide that it's time for an upgrade. Like a phone or a car, everything needs to be upgraded when it's t...

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Next Event

 

Summer 2017 field trip - details TBC

Contacts

Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group
c/o Wes Forsythe
Centre for Maritime Archaeology
University of Ulster
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