January 2017 Visiting Fellows

The Moore Institute is delighted to welcome the following Visiting Fellows in January:

Dr Trisia Farrelly (Massey University, New Zealand) will be with us until 19th January working on her project ‘ The Political Ecologies of Plastic Waste’ in collaboration with Dr Frances Fahy. Trisia can be contacted on t.farrelly@massey.ac.nz

Dr Peadar Ó Muircheartaigh ( Aberystwyth University, Wales) will be with us until 21st January working on his project ‘ Agallamh na Scoláiri ( The Discourse of the Scholars): Charles O’Connor, James McLagan and negotiating the Gaelic past in an eighteenth century present’ in collaboration with Dr Lesa Ní Mhungaile. Peadar can be contacted on peo5@aber.ac.uk.

Dr Rosemary Power (Independent Scholar) will be with us until 2nd February working on her project ‘ Brjansbardagi  – The Battle of Clontarf in Old Norse Sources – Independent tradition or textual transmission’ in collaboration with Prof Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha. Rosemary can be contacted on rosemarypower@live.co.uk.

Dr Anders Ingram (Independent Scholar) will be with us until 25th February working on his project ‘ Text, Transmission and Cultural Exchange (TTCE)’ in collaboration with Prof Daniel Carey. Anders can be contacted on drandersingram@gmail.com.

Dr Silvia Loeffler (NCAD) will be with us until 4th February working on her project ‘ Maritime Crossroads: Rootedness and Displacement in the Irish Diaspora’ in collaboration with Dr Nessa Cronin. Silvia can be contacted on silviamarialoeffler@gmail.com.