The Moore Institute Visiting Research Fellowships in association with the College of Arts, Social Sciences & Celtic Studies, James Hardiman Library & Galway University Foundation, National University of Ireland Galway CLOSING DATE: 2 NOVEMBER 2018 Introduction The Moore Institute for Research in the Humanities and Social Studies at NUI Galway will award a number of… | Read on »
This semester we’re going to run a weekly session for those interested in learning “creative coding”. This approach is a good way for those without any coding experience to develop a foundation in programming. The sessions will use online resources (see below) to guide self-directed learning. Creative coding is a different discipline than programming systems…. | Read on »
Opinion: how does Pope Francis compare to his modern predecessors and has his approach to date been marked by continuity or change? See full essay published on RTE website: https://www.rte.ie/eile/brainstorm/2018/0821/986547-pope-francis-and-the-modern-church/ Essay by Gearóid Barry – Lecturer in Modern European History at NUI Galway.
New York Festivals Radio Awards 2018 Shortlist for Moore Institute’s NUI Fellow Dr. Deirdre Ní Chonghaile Known as the “Oscars of radio”, the New York Festivals Radio Awards 2018 have shortlisted a programme to which Dr. Deirdre Ní Chonghaile from the Moore Institute contributed some of her research. The Banshee and The Tiger was broadcast 21… | Read on »
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Debapriya Basu, Indian Institute of Technology. Contact Details: email@example.com The Moore Institute Project Title: The Examinations of Anne Askew Online. Peter Glazer working with another Visiting Fellow Patrick Ball: Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org The Moore Institute Project Title: Come Dance with Me in Ireland: A Pilgrimage to Yeats Country. Daniel Watkins, Baylor University, USA. Contact Information: Daniel_Watkins@baylor.edu The Moore Institute Project Title: Berruyer… | Read on »
Ellen Mc Cabe, Queen’s University Belfast email@example.com Project Title in The Moore Institute:Living the Stories We Create: Preparing Students for the Digital Age. Paul Carter, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia firstname.lastname@example.org Project Title in the Moore Institute: The impact of deforestation on Irish culture: a sylva sylvarum for treeless places. Patrick Ball Patrick@patrickball.com Project Title… | Read on »
Classics/School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures/CASSCS: Funded PhD Scholarship Project Title: A study and critical edition of the Carolingian compilation De Astronomia in Laon, Bibliothèque Municipale, MS 422 Supervisor: Dr Jacopo Bisagni (Classics / School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures / CASSCS / NUI, Galway) Duration: Funded for 4 years (Structured PhD), full-time. Project description:… | Read on »
Álvaro Seiça University of Bergen Alvaro.Seica@uib.no Project Title in the Moore Institute: The Art of Deleting: A Study of Erasure Poetry, Practices of Control, Surveillance, and Censorship Margaret Scull King’s College London email@example.com Project Title in The Moore Institute: Blessed are the Peace Makers’: The Catholic Church and the Northern Irish Troubles To find out… | Read on »
This week we would like to welcome the following Visiting Fellows: Sean Borodale, Sinéad Moynihan and Hilary Bishop. Sean Borodale Bath Spa University & Trinity College Cambridge firstname.lastname@example.org Project Title in The Moore Institute: Lyrigraphs: theatre of writing; theatre of reading. Sinéad Moynihan University of Exeter S.Moynihan@exeter.ac.uk Project Title for The Moore Institute: “The No-Place… | Read on »