Annual conference of Commission Internationale d’Histoire et Etudes du Christianisme for 2013 takes place in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 6-8 June.

The Catholic Historical Society, which publishes Archivium Hibernicum  is affiliated to CIHEC. The annual CIHEC meeting of 2013 will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 6-8 June. The theme of the conference is 'Christian and the non-Christian other'. CIHEC?s purpose is to facilitate contacts and exchanges of information between historians of Christianity working in different countries. It does this principally by organising international conferences. ...

Archivium Hibernicum (2012) has a Spanish flavour

Spain and the Spanish connection with Ireland are among the features of the 2012 issue of Archivium Hibernicum. Ciaran O'Scea, the renowned expert on early modern Irish migrants to Spain, presents to the the public, for the very first time, an annotated version of important documents concerning the early modern Irish in Spain. Of particular interest are the documents concerning the assasination of Domnall Cam O'Sullivan Beare. This sustantial collection of documents sheds new light on the activities of the Irish in Spain at a crucial moment in Irish-Spanish and Anglo-Spanish relations....

Centenary Conference Catholic Historical Society of Ireland 2-3 November 2012 NUI Maynooth

2011-2011 is the centenary year of the Catholic Historical Society of Ireland. As part of the centenary celebrations the annual conference of the society  will be held in NUI Maynooth on Friday and Saturday, 2-3 November 2012 in the Iontas Building, North Campus NUI Maynooth, Maynooth Co Kildare, beginning with registration on the Friday morning at 10am. The conference theme is 'Ireland, empire and Christian civilization'. The keynote speakers are Dr Oliver J. Rafferty SJ and Dr Colin Barr....

Call for Papers Irish Catholic Historical Society Centenary Conference 2-3 November 2012 at Maynooth College

The Catholic Historical Society of Ireland Centenary Conference2-3 November 2012Call for papersTheme: Ireland, empire and Christian civilization2012 marks the centenary of Archivium Hibernicum, the journal of the Catholic Historical Society of Ireland. To celebrate this landmark in Irish ecclesiastical history, the Society will hold a special conference dedicated to the theme of ?Ireland, empire and Christian civilization?....

Catholic Historical Society of Ireland Centenary Lecture

To mark the beginning of its centenary celebrations, the Catholic Historical Society of Ireland is happy to invite members and the public to a public lecture in Belvedere College, Dublin on Friday 9 September 2011. The lecture is entitled 'Interpreting Vatican II: the problem and its solution' and the speaker is Professor John W. O'Malley of Georgetown University, Washington DC. Professor O'Malley enjoys an international reputation as a scholar of religious history between the Council of Trent and Vatican II....