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Julian Walton Lecture Series 2017 Details Announced

DUNHILL HISTORY LECTURES
Series XI, 2017
The series will run for ten weeks, every Thursday from 12 January to 16 March, starting at 8pm.
 
12 Jan Julian Walton: “Tied up with a black velvet band”: The Power-Beresford Ghost Story
 
19 Jan Marianna Lorenc: “To walk the invisible”: Lord Hugh Tristram De la Poer Beresford (1908-1941)
 
26 Jan  Kieran Groeger: The curious grave of Elizabeth Scrope
 
2 Feb Julian Walton: “Blest be the hour which gave my Sarah birth”: Verses to a young lady
 
9 Feb  NO LECTURE
 
16 Feb Kieran Cronin: Aquila Non Captat Muscas: a voyage of discovery of the William Graves and Sons Shipping Company papers at WIT Libraries
 
23 Feb Eugene Broderick: “The past is another country”: The Boycott at Fethard-on-Sea, 1957
 
2 March Cian Flaherty: St James' Church, Stradbally and its environs
 
9 March Pat McCarthy: "We always vote Redmond in this house" - The Redmonds and Waterford 1891-1952.
 
16 March William Fraher:  'The Irish Michelangelo' - the life and work of Waterford artist Michaelangelo Hayes.
 
23 March Julian Walton: A surprise!
 
Lectures are held at Dunhill Multi-Education Centre (opposite the GAA grounds). 
Starting at 8 p.m., each lecture lasts about an hour and is followed by a question & answer session and light refreshments.
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