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June 2018

‘INTeRACT for Health: Increasing Integrated Knowledge Translation Capacity for Impact’

June 12 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Room G065, School of Psychology, NUI Galway,

Information: The HBCRG has recently received funding for a project called ‘INTeRACT for Health: Increasing Integrated Knowledge Translation Capacity for Impact’. The aim of the project is to enhance knowledge translation capacity nationally, and to develop capacity and skill to impact on outcomes of importance. A one day workshop on integrated Knowledge Translation and Implementation will be organised to involve members of the HBCRG, health partners from the Health and Wellbeing Division and the National Diabetes Clinical Programme and other…

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George Moore: Transnational and Cosmopolitan Networks on the Page and Canvas

June 14 - June 16
Seminar Room G010, Hardiman Research Building,

George Moore: Transnational and Cosmopolitan Networks on the Page and Canvas  The Ninth International George Moore Conference will take place in NUI Galway from Thursday 14th – Friday 15th June at the Moore Institute: HRB G010. The stimulus of Impressionism and Realism, both in art and literature, on George Moore (1852-1933), led him on a quest to infuse English and Irish writing with state-of-the-art literary themes and forms. Moore’s initial works were informed by Realism and Naturalism. His time in…

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The 4th Annual Behavioural Science and Mobile Technology: Innovations and Implementation Conference

June 14 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Arts Millenium Building, NUI Galway.,

The NUI Galway mHealth research group (based in the School of Psychology) is hosting an international and interdisciplinary conference on Mobile Health (mHealth) in Galway. The event includes expert keynote speakers, short presentations on innovative research, a round table discussion and poster presentations. This event is for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, industry partners and those representing patient groups.The conference brings together those interested in the potential of developments at the interface of behavioural science, health and mobile technology to bring…

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The Digital Repository of Ireland is holding an Introductory Training.

June 14 @ 10:30 am - 3:00 pm
James Hardiman Library, PC Suite (Nursing & Midwifery). ,

The Digital Repository of Ireland is holding an Introductory Training event on Thursday, June 14, from 10:30am – 3pm in the James Hardiman Library, PC Suite (Nursing & Midwifery). The training is geared towards existing and potential digital collections curators who may be interested in depositing those collections into DRI. The training gives an overview of how DRI is structured, the basic principles of digital archiving, and a chance to see a live demo of the repository ingest process. The event…

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A seminar to mark the acquisition of the Conradh na Gaeilge archive.

June 15
Aula Maxima Lower, NUI Galway Ireland

Reáchtálfar siompóisiam lae dar teideal '125 Bliain ag Fás? An Athbheochan agus Conradh na Gaeilge' san Aula Maxima (thíos staighre), OÉ Gaillimh, ó 9.30am-4.00pm, Dé hAoine 15 Meitheamh. Is í seo príomhócáid na hollscoile le haghaidh Bhliain na Gaeilge agus is é Uachtarán na hÉireann, Micheál D. Ó hUigínn, a thabharfaidh an príomhaitheasc. Eolas ag: www.conference.ie. In association with the Library, there will be a seminar to mark the acquisition of the Conradh na Gaeilge archive. This will be attended…

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Two upcoming events taking place at the Notre Dame Kylemore Abbey Global Centre.

June 20 - June 21
Notre Dame Kylemore Abbey Global Centre,

Both events are free and open to the public. RSVP irishseminar@nd.edu RSV                                                    

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Insular Manuscripts. Networks of Knowledge, Now & Then: Digital Potential. 

June 21 - June 22
The Bridge Room 1001 First Floor Hardiman Research Building, Ireland

This event, the second of three international workshops funded by The Leverhulme Trust, is being hosted by Professor Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, one of 6 Co-Investigators on the project. The first workshop was held in April 2018 in London, and the third will be held in Vienna in June 2019. The project focuses on the corpus of manuscripts written in Ireland, England or in English or Irish monasteries on the Continent between c. 650–850. The Network seeks to bring together curators…

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Glossing cultural change: Comparative perspectives on manuscript annotation, c. 600–1200 CE

June 21 @ 8:45 am - June 22 @ 5:30 pm
Seminar Room G010, Hardiman Research Building,

Glossing, the practice of annotating manuscripts between the lines and/or in the margins, was a widespread cultural practice wherever books were being read, studied and taught. As an indication of this, the Network for the Study of Glossing currently has 85 members with research interests in glossed manuscripts written in Arabic, Breton, Chinese, German, Greek, Egyptian, English, French, Hebrew, Hittite, Irish, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Sanskrit, Turkish, and Welsh. This two-day conference brings together 24 speakers (from 15 countries), working in a variety…

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Symposium to mark launch of Finnish Famine Exhibition, Foyer, James Hardiman Library

June 21 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Seminar Room G011 the Hardiman Reserach Building, Ireland

New Professors’ Inaugural Lecture Series with Professor Niamh Reilly: The social and political thought of Tom Kettle: Recovering a distinctive Irish Thinker

June 21 @ 5:00 pm
Seminar Room G010, Hardiman Research Building,

The social and political thought of Tom Kettle: Recovering a distinctive Irish Thinker Tom Kettle (1880-1916) is not very well known in Ireland today. Yet, historian Senia Pašeta notes he ‘was associated with almost every major political and cultural development’ during his lifetime. He was a gifted public intellectual, essayist, journalist, nationalist MP (1906-1910) and a soldier killed in the Battle of the Somme in 1916. In the first decade of the 20th century competing visions of future independent Ireland…

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