All the latest conference news is now available here on the Aistir website.
The CCS – IHSA conference programme has been completed and circulated to speakers. It is available to download as a Word file here:
CCS-IHSA and Aistir Conference Programme
The new conference website at www.aistir.com goes live on 17/02/08 and will provide detailed information on all events.
The Cumann Staire of NUI, Galway is pleased to announce that the 58th Annual Conference of the Comhaltas na gCumann Staire –
Irish History Students’ Association will take place at NUI, Galway from 29 February to 1 March 2008.
The CCS-IHSA is a cross-border association for students of history in Irish universities. Submissions are invited on all topics
from postgraduate and undergraduate students for this year’s conference. We also welcome students from outside Ireland working on Irish
By bringing together an audience with diverse interests from across Ireland and beyond, the conference allows access for
individual speakers to a supportive yet critical environment in which to present the results of their historical study.
The deadline for submission of conference proposals has passed.
The conference fee is €20.
This page contains important information for students and societies who intend to present at, or to attend the conference.
|Provisional Timetable (Amchlár Sealadach)|
Galway is easily reachable by bus and train from many locations. Frequent bus services from Dublin, Cork, and Limerick
are provided by Bus Éireann and Citylink.
A train service from Dublin Heuston to Ceannt Station Galway is provided by Iarnród Éireann.
Students from Belfast can travel by train via Dublin Connolly and Dublin Heuston, or by bus with Bus Éireann via Enniskillen
and Sligo. See relevant company websites for more details.
The university campus is approximately fifteen minutes on foot from Galway Bus and Train Station. Alternatively, a frequent bus service