Annual Historic Houses of Ireland Conference & Related seminars
|Training Subject:||Historic Houses of Ireland|
|CPD Category:||16 structured CPD points|
|Contact:||Dr Terence Dooley|
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The Centre for study of Historic Irish Houses and Estates (CSHIHE) is located within the History Dept of National Univ. of Ireland , Maynooth (NUIM). The Centre supports teaching and research on Ireland’s country house heritage in the History department and also has a pioneering outreach programme directed towards primary and second-level schools. The Centre collaborates closely with many private owners and with the Office of Public Works who are custodians of a number of important houses including Castletown. Particularly through the annual conference, the CSHIHE provides a forum for contact between the proprietors of houses both in public and private hands throughout Ireland, North and South.
Upon successful completion of this course students will have knowledge of:-
The annual Historic House of Ireland Conferences are concerned with the promotion of an appreciation of Ireland built heritage.
The educational and public information benefits arising from the conference are significant.
The CSHIHE is committed to providing a research and learning environment for all those interested in the built heritage of Ireland. It allows practitioners in the field of architecture, restoration, conservation and landscape management to meet with scholars working at the cutting edge research.
The discussion forums (both formal and informal) that the conference provide enhance the learning experience and make it a active one. Participants, who are drawn from a very broad cross section of Irish society, find the conference invaluable in terms of networking and sharing common interest and goals