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JUL Onwards
Theoretical Foundations
Interpretive Methods
Rohit Goel

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APR
Indian Aesthetics
Reading between the Lines
Abhijit Dandekar
24
APR
Community Engagement
The Gateways into Western India
Kurush F. Dalal
20
APR
Community Engagement
Mountstuart Elphinstone Conference
21
APR
Indian Aesthetics
Stones, Stories, Science
Mrinalini Rajagopalan
 

Visiting Scholars @ JP

Jane Ohlmeyer

Jane Ohlmeyer, MRIA, is Erasmus Smith's Professor of Modern History at Trinity College Dublin and for 2014-15 is Parnell Fellow at Magdalene College Cambridge and a Visiting Professor of History at JNU in Delhi. She has also taught at the UCSB, Yale and the University of Aberdeen. A passionate teacher and an internationally established scholar of early modern Irish history, she was the founding Head of the School of Histories and Humanities and the first Vice-President for Global Relations (2011-14). She was a driving force behind the development of the Trinity Long Room Hub and the 1641 Depositions Project. She served as a Trustee of the National Library of Scotland and the Caledonian Research Foundation, was a member of the Council of the Royal Historical Society and President of the Irish Historical Society. She is a Member of the Royal Irish Academy, a member of the National Archives, of the Irish Manuscripts Commission and of a number of editorial boards. She is a non-executive director of the Sunday Business Post.

Professor Ohlmeyer is the author of Civil War and Restoration in the Three Stuart Kingdoms and Ireland from Independence to Occupation, 1641-1660. For her latest book, Making Ireland English, she examined how the aristocracy – an ethnically and religiously diverse group that embraced some of the most influential men in early modern Ireland - helped to make Ireland English. She is currently working on a study of Colonial Ireland, Colonial India.

Over the years Professor Ohlmeyer has attracted significant amounts of highly competitive funding for her own research projects and for her graduate students. She has considerable expertise in overseeing major editorial projects and helped to secure over €1M in funding from the IRCHSS, the AHRC (the UK funding council) and Trinity College for the digitization and online publication of the ‘1641 Depositions’. On the international and national stages Professor Ohlmeyer was a founding member of DARIAH and is an active proponent of ‘Digital Humanities’.

 
 
 
 
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