Welcoming Álvaro Seiça and Margaret Scull Visiting Fellows week 23rd of April 2018

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 maggiescull@gmail.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 »

Welcoming Visiting Fellows 16th April 2018: Sean Borodale, Sinéad Moynihan and Hilary Bishop. 

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  sb2001@cam.ac.uk 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 »

Visiting Fellows arriving week 9th of April – David Gange, Dara Downey and Margaret O’Neill

Dara Downey   Trinity College Dublin. downeyd@tcd.ie Project Title in The Moore Institute: ‘Locating the Irish Servant in American Gothic Fiction’ Associate Researcher at School of English, Trinity College Dublin. I lecture and research in American literature, and teaching modules on Contemporary British and Irish Fiction and Supernatural Literature. I also have advanced proofreading and copy-editing… | Read on »

Visiting Fellow’s arrived today – Alinta Krauth and Jason Nelson

Alinta Krauth is  affiliated Queensland University of Technology, Australia while Jason Nelson is affiliated to Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Australia Alinta Krauth and Jason Nelso are working together on a project in the Moore Institute: Reading artefacts: Rethinking narrative through virtual objects & collaborative digital writing. Alinta and Jason plan to spend their… | Read on »

Digital Scholars Workshop Series

Developing skills with digital technologies can be a challenge for researchers interested in digital scholarship. To help, the Moore Institute and NUI Galway Library are presenting a series of informal workshops to share practice-based expertise, know-how and experience in technologies and methods, that will enhance your experience of digital scholarship. The series Working with Images,… | Read on »

Visiting Fellow for the week of 27th February 2018

We would like to welcome Tanguy Philippe who is the Visiting Fellow for the week of 27th February 2018. Project Title for The Moore Institute: A contribution on how to ‘read’ sport and the sport culture. University of Western Brittany (Brest, France) Contact Information: Tanguy.philippe@univ-brest.fr   For more information on the above Visiting Fellows, check out… | Read on »

Levi Hanes – Research Exhibition, December 11-16, 2017

The 11-16th December 2017 exhibition at the newly refurbished Art Gallery, in the Quadrangle, NUI Galway will present recent artworks by Levi Hanes. The artworks were developed over the course of an Irish Research Council funded, practice-based PhD at the Huston School of Film & Digital Media as a part of the Digital Arts & Humanities programme considering… | Read on »