The UCD History Society runs frequent events, providing our
members with access to the cutting-edge historical research of a
variety of successful and respected academics and authors. The
society is similarly concerned with offering its members a forum
through which they can meet one another, socialise, and discuss,
amongst other things, history.
Throughout the academic year, the society will host lectures for
its members on a range of historical topics. Speakers will include
academics from UCD, as well as guests from other universities and
institutions. These talks generally take place in K114 in the
Newman Building, and are followed, without fail, by wine
receptions next door in K115.
In addition to our lecture series, the society also organises a
number of excursions, including a bar-crawl, on which members
visit historically significant pubs in Dublin, and an annual,
subsidised trip overseas that affords one an opportunity to visit
and experience some key historical sites from Europe's past!
For further information on upcoming events, members are directed
to follow us on Facebook and
Twitter. Details are also frequently
displayed on posters around the history corridor in the Newman
Building, so be vigilant!
- The UCD History Society Committee