IAPH Members’ Bursaries 2021

The IAPH is pleased to announce the launch of its Members’ Bursaries scheme for 2021. The bursary scheme is open to all members in good standing with the Association. These bursaries are intended to support the Association’s members in their professional activities and may be used for a range of activities, such as attendance at …

IAPH Members’ Bursaries 2020

The IAPH is pleased to announce the launch of its Members’ Bursaries scheme for 2020. These bursaries are intended to support the Association’s members in their professional activities and may be used for a range of activities, such as the attendance of conferences outside the island of Ireland, publication expenses, or the costs associated with …

IAPH funding opportunities 2019

As you know, we recently advertised bursaries for conference organisation and professional development. While the deadline for submission of applications has passed, the available funds have not been fully allocated. As a result, we invite applications for funding, up to a maximum of €250, for any History-related event. Applications will be assessed by the IAPH …

IAPH Bursaries 2019: Conference Grant and Professional Development Grant

IAPH Conference Bursary The IAPH provides funding for conferences or history-related events. One award will be made in 2019. Reflecting the ethos of the Association, the award will be given to an event which reaches beyond the academy and has an innovative strategy for public engagement. The event should also include early career researchers and …

IAPH Professional Development Bursary winner report 2018; Dr Frances Nolan

Attendance at DHOxSS 2018 (http://www.dhoxss.net/) Earlier this summer, I had the good fortune to attend the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) 2018, with the help of the IAPH Professional Development Grant. Beginning as the Text Coding Initiative (TEI) Summer School in 1997, DHOxSS has grown and changed shape over the years, assuming its …

IAPH Conference Bursary winner report 2018; Dr Denis Casey

Academia and Wikipedia: Critical Perspectives in Education and Research, Maynooth University, 18 June 2018 Wikipedia is often viewed with mistrust in academia, however the Critical Skills programme at Maynooth University has been pioneering its use as a pedagogic tool, encouraging students to add content to it, improve its reliability, disseminate knowledge, and develop key academic …

Two Bursaries – deadline 15th December

[Please note that these grants are available to members only] IAPH Conference Grant The IAPH provides funding for conferences or history-related events. One award will be made annually. Reflecting the ethos of the Association, the award will be given to an event which reaches beyond the academy and has an innovative strategy for public engagement. …

AGM & Public Lecture 2017

The IAPH AGM will take place on Tuesday 4th April at 5.30pm in the National Library of Ireland http://www.nli.ie/en/intro/how-to-find-us.aspx All members are welcome. Relevant documents will be emailed to members in advance. The meeting will be followed by the annual IAPH public lecture at 7pm. Our guest speaker is archivist and activist Catriona Crowe, who …

How to market yourself for careers outside academia

When: 3 February 2017 Where: National Library of Ireland, Kildare St., Dublin 2. Time: 10.30am Cost: €10 member/ €20 non-member – 1 hour workshop           €15 member/ €30 non-member – 1 hour workshop + 10 minute consultation   IAPH is hosting a workshop in the National Library of Ireland with Dr Chris …