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Friday 5 February 2016 20.00 20.05

Connie Kelleher (DAHG) & Holger Schweitzer (Syddansk Universitet)

Welcome The 16th-century Drogheda Boat. Mystery wreck of a trading vessel discovered in the River Boyne Wine reception sponsored by Archaeology & Built Heritage

Saturday 6 February 2016

Session 1

09.00-09.30 09.30-10.00 10.00-10.30 10.30-11.00 11.00-11.30 11.30-12.00 12.00-12.30 12.30-13.00 13.00-14.00 14.00-14.30 14.30-15.00

Session 2

15.00-15.30 15.30-16.00


16.30-17.00 17.00-18.00 18.00-20.00 20.00- late

Susan Flavin (Anglia Ruskin University) Betty Gray (NUIG) Audrey Horning (QUB) Caen Harris (UCC) Harold Mytum (University of Liverpool) Q and A Sara Morrow (University of Note Dame) Edel Barry (Built Heritage Collective) Ian Kuijt (University of Note Dame) Nicholas Ames (University of Note Dame) Q and A IPMAG AGM Free time Conference dinner

Registration ‘Weak in body, sick in stomach, racked with the stone, bedrid with the gout’: The quality of elite diet in 16th-century Ireland Gaelic drinking ritual in early modern Ireland Title tba Tea/coffee The industrialisation of brewing and the birth of the modern public house: The archaeological evidence in Cork city Campbell’s Hedonistic Consumption thesis and Irish mortuary behaviour

Lunch Coastal consumer networks and islander consumption, Inishark and Inishbofin, Co. Galway, 1919-1940s Railways and agriculture in Munster, 1850-1930 Tea & Coffee Burning the wrack: The economics and materiality of 19th-century kelp production in Connemara Digitizing the dynamic village: A social networking perspective of Inishark through time

Sunday 7 February 2016 10.30-11.00

Session 3


Antoine Giacometti (Archaeology Plan) Alva McGowan (Ind.)

Rathfarnham Castle excavations 2014 The power of fashion in 17th-century Ireland: Evidence for dress in an archaeological context at Rathfarnham Castle

10.30-12.00 12.00-12.30

Dave McIllreavy (IAC)

Tea/coffee Late 17th-century artisan ‘social’ consumption in the Newmarket area, Dublin


John Nicholl (Ind.)

Footwear Fashions in 17th-century Dublin. A tale of two cities

13.00-13.30 13.30

Q and A Prize Giving Sponsored by Archaeology & Built Heritage

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