Kathleen Hughes Memorial Lecture, ‘When Worlds Collide: Pagans and Christians in fifth and sixth century Ireland’, Monday 1st May 2017, 5:45pm – 7:15pm, Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall
Hughes Hall in conjunction with the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic invites you to the sixteenth Kathleen Hughes Memorial Lecture, “When Worlds Collide: Pagans and Christians in fifth and sixth century Ireland” given by Dr Elva Johnston, School of History, University College Dublin.
In 2000, as a result of an anonymous benefaction, Hughes Hall instituted an annual lecture to be given in the Easter Term in memory of Dr Kathleen Hughes, who at her death in 1977 was a Reader in Celtic Studies in the Department of Anglo Saxon, Norse and Celtic. Her special field was the early Irish Church but the lecture series has ranged over a wide field of early medieval studies.
Everyone is welcome to attend this free event.