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IrishHumanities
Alliance of Irish Humanities researchers, North and South, based in the Royal Irish Academy
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Dr Elspeth Payne 5h
Looking forward to talking about borders and the British press on the 1920s at this tomorrow.
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IrishHumanities 4h
All roads lead to Magee Campus! We're really looking forward to hearing the excellent range of papers attracted to this year's IHA conference which we have co-organised with colleagues. Be sure to keep an eye on this account tomorrow & Friday for updates
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SSNCI: C19th Ireland 24h
Remember the deadline for submission to our essay competition is 1 November!
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Arts and Humanities 12h
Really looking forward to welcoming the ‘Border Heritage’ conference to our Magee campus tomorrow and Fri. Lots of great papers and timely panel discussions in the beautiful setting of the border city of Derry/Londonderry!
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IrishResearchCouncil Oct 22
Kick-off of and joint workshop on UK-Ireland collaboration in Digital Humanities, kindly hosted by
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Cathal McCauley Oct 22
I’m looking forward to opening the Library Day of Research Week during . Lots of exciting things happening here in the space.
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Moore Institute Oct 22
Related to - you can register your interest in joining the "Open Scholarship Community, Galway" via - an initiative by in
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Moore Institute Oct 22
There is still time to submit something for the (Irish Human-Computer Interaction) conference, being held on November 15th. Read a post about it at: , with further details from
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Dr Clodagh Tait Oct 21
'Death and Burial Data: Ireland 1864-1922'. Organised by Wed 23 Oct.
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Desmond O'Neill Oct 20
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IrishHumanities Oct 21
We are delighted to announce that 'By Imagination We Live: A Strategy for the humanities,2020-2030' will be launched by Dame Marina Warner at 6.15pm, Wed 6 November, in . We will be posting further information later this week...Registration details below.
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Desmond O'Neill Oct 19
Listening to recorded music is a beneficial distraction for children experiencing pain during ER procedures, whereas watching cartoons did not seem to reduce pain or distress
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Republic of Conscience Oct 21
The team were impressed by the quality and dual-language nature of the new in Dublin city centre. Fantastic to see Ireland's bilingual heritage so beautifully represented. Many of Ireland's poets wrote bilingually, translated themselves or others, or did both!
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IrishHumanities Oct 17
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Ciara Breathnach Oct 17
Really enjoyed chatting to the wonderful about the conference I am organising 17-19 June 2020 hear more on ‘Making Space’ by BMJ talk medicine on ?
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QUB Public History Oct 17
Register for our annual conference at Theme: Public History and Empire. What a lineup of keynotes: Catherine Hall Martin Thomas
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TrinityLongRoomHub Oct 17
“You can't understand a city without using its transportation system.” Join us tonight for a discussion on how Dublin's and its infrastructure has profoundly shaped the experiences of the city's inhabitants. Book here
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Niamh Wycherley Oct 17
Only one more day until ‘Relics in Medieval Ireland’! Funded by All excellent speakers lined up including plenary lecture by Dr Janneke Raaijmakers of Thanks to for poster image.
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Dr Niamh NicGhabhann Oct 17
Quick archives question - does anyone know if the papers of the late Richard Hurley, architect, are being deposited in a particular archive or repository? Thanks!
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Barry Houlihan Oct 16
All welcome to the launch of this new volume next week, 24th Oct, 5.30pm, Hardiman Building, & toast all great work of the contributors I had the pleasure of working with. Catriona Crowe will officially launch the book as part of this symposium
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