No. 5 Vicars’ Hill – Armagh’s Hidden Gem

I thought I’d add another pin to the ECIS Blog Map this week with a post I’ve been meaning to write since the ECIS Annual Conference in June…

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Vicars’ Hill is the name of a row of Georgian houses facing St Patrick’s Cathedral (CoI) in Armagh. This terrace has also been known Continue reading No. 5 Vicars’ Hill – Armagh’s Hidden Gem

Summer fieldwork: the Huguenot Cemetery

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I was recently involved in organising a conference on Death in Glasnevin Museum (Grave Matters: Death and Dying in Dublin 1500-2000), along with Ciaran Wallace of Trinity College Dublin, as part of the City of Dublin Research Group. Following on from this I am doing some research into death and the physical landscape which Continue reading Summer fieldwork: the Huguenot Cemetery