2023 – “Experiencing change: care, conversion and souperism during the Great Irish Famine (1845-51)”, in Lived Institutions, by the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence, Tampere University.
2022 – « De Dingle à Loochoo : agents et réseaux missionnaires protestants en Irlande dans leur rapport à l’empire (1815-1850) », in Hélène Vu Thanh (ed.) Empires connectés. Les missionnaires comme agents impériaux. Temos – CNRS.
ELECTED EARLY CAREER MEMBER BY THE ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY
On November 27, 2020, the Council of the Royal Historical Society elected me to the ECR membership. Receiving the news today (Jan, 4, 2021) was a nice way to start the New Year. The RHS has already been very generous and helpful for my 2019 research stay in Ireland and at the Royal Archives in Windsor and the Bodleian Archives and Manuscripts Library in Oxford. I’m looking forward to new opportunities of collaboration as a member and hope I will have opportunities to return them the favor!
Maddock Research Fellowhip awarded by the Marsh’s Library of Dublin
My application at the Marsh’s Library Maddock Research Fellowships was succesful. I have been awarded a one week fellowship in 2021. The project is entitled “The Bible at work: Protestant networks for the scriptural education of the poor in the 19th century”.
30 May-1 June 2021 – “Experiencing the power of change? Evangelical women agency in the Irish mission field, 1800 – 1869.” Annual conference of the Research Network on Christian Churches, Culture and Society in Contemporary Europe (CCCSCE) at KU Leuven, Belgium.
CONFERENCE – cancelled due to Covid-19
8-12 June 2021 – “The Landlord, the “souper-warriors” of the Dingle Mission and the tenants – proselytising with soup or educating the Irish peasants?” Irish Famine Summer School at the National Famine Museum, Roscommon, Ireland.