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Dr Rachel Murphy
Lectures , blended delivery | Irish & British history: family, migration, landed estates | Digital & Spatial Humanities | she/her
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Dr Rachel Murphy 7h
Made the train with 30 seconds to spare...looking forward to catching up with team today!
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Fintan Walsh Nov 10
In an email to RTE’s Dee Forbes two months ago, president had offered to accommodate Lyric FM on-campus
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Dr Rachel Murphy 18h
They'd better be related after all this!!
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Andrew Dunning Nov 11
Applications are open for the Visiting Fellows Programme 2019–20, due 1 December. These are fabulous opportunities to research the special collections at Oxford.
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Glucksman Spec Coll 21h
New collection of launched today by ,on the 60th anniversary of the death of man Stephen O’Mara & on the site of his former family home,Strand House().The were donated by his family.
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Dr Stephanie Olsen Nov 11
Our first editorial as incoming editors of History of Education is now online. Download your free copy here:
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RWC Nov 11
Relatable? Then we are holding the perfect workshop for you! This week's workshop focuses on defining your research project and writing your proposal. See the poster below for details. For further information, email writingcentre@ul.ie
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Ruth McManus Nov 11
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Tipperary Studies Nov 11
Our November lecture given by of takes place next week, Tuesday 19th In The Source, Thurles. All welcome. Arrive early and you'll have time for a cuppa and a chat (from 7pm)
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Niall Murray Nov 11
Thanks for invite to write an op-ed on approaches to commemoration of War of Independence & Civil War in West Cork. The newspaper’s archive (available on ) is a vital resource to anyone researching the topic.
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Dr Niamh NicGhabhann Nov 11
Not to mention programmes in journalism, songwriting, creative writing, the Irish Chamber Orchestra onsite, and the wonderful as major venue for live recording - & an immediate on-campus community of c. 16,000 people to connect with as listeners!
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Dr Niamh NicGhabhann Nov 11
I think as part of would work extremely well - we have really active programmes in sound design, media production, communications, languages, events & festivals, medieval music, classical & trad performance, composition... so many opportunities for collaboration!
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Ciara Breathnach Nov 11
Really looking forward to this documentary maith thú arís Evanne as ucht é seo a dhéanamh.
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English@UL Nov 10
We are so excited about this event!!
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University Of Limerick Nov 10
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Dr Rachel Murphy Nov 10
Replying to @cgsloan
Congratulations!
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Dr Rachel Murphy Nov 10
Replying to @MAWildasin
Don't worry, you'll get hooked!
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Dr Rachel Murphy Nov 10
Replying to @Niamh_NicGhabh @UL
Stunning! That colour and the detail around the neckline...beautifully made😍
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Dr Rachel Murphy Nov 10
Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do!
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Andrew Prescott Nov 9
My first choice of has to be the only known copy of the autobiography of that remarkable medieval woman, Margery Kempe, Additional MS. 61823. There's a good intro on the BL website () and it's online:
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