Latest News and Events
The program for this year conference has been announced and can be found here
We are very pleased to announce the keynote speakers for CIG2016. We very much look forward to welcoming Nigel Roulet (McGill) and Harriet Hawkins (Royal Holloway) to Drumcondra in May. Further details will be found on the website.
Geographies of 1916 panel:
As part of the conference, on the morning of Thursday May 5th, we will have a plenary session on the Geographies of 1916. At this, an invited panel will present on geographical aspects of the events of 1916, and their resonance today. We very much look forward to this contribution to the year of commemoration.
Lecture and Master Class
The Burns Sisters* Lecture and Master Class 2016 - “The Anthropocene and the Crisis of Civilization: Climate Change and Capitalism” by John Bellamy Foster, University of Oregon
Thursday May 5th, 2016 at 6pm
Venue: Albert Theatre, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 123 St. Stephen’s Green (entrance off York Street).
Geoweek Prize Giving
We were delighted to visit St. Kevins College in Finglas last week to give them the prize for best represented school in the GeoWeek competition and also third place prize to Dylan Campbell.
A sincere thanks to Billy at Terraform and Maynooth University Kilkenny Campus for sponsoring the respective prizes.
The winning entries will be on display at this years CIG along with pictures of the winners
GSI Book of the Year Award: