Our mission is to develop and support interdisciplinary research activity across the spectrum of humanities, culture, and social studies at NUI Galway, fostering international networks and building a reputation for original, path-breaking research.
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"Research in the humanities and critical social studies constitutes a vital dimension of Irish intellectual life, giving expression to cultural values and traditions that sustain the country and provide a vital foundation for the future."
"The facilities at the Moore Institute are second to none. The use of a purpose built silent research centre, with the use of my own desk, with comfortable storage space and close proximity to the library, access to internet and technical help when I needed it, has been wonderful. Meeting other researchers and going to other seminars and lectures during my visits has also been useful."
The award of the Fellowship and the intellectual and personal generosity I received as a Visiting Fellow have given courage to my adoption of a new research orientation.
The fellowship offered me unparalleled access not only to archival sources at NUIG (not available anywhere else), but also to a network of deeply learned Irish Studies academics whose scholarship is not available to me in my home institution, or even across the US
The Moore Institute Visiting Fellowship scheme has welcomed 135 visiting academics from a wide range of institutions around the world and within Ireland since its launch in 2010...More Information
The Moore Institute provides support for researchers making funding proposals, organising conferences, and developing research groups. We hold training sessions for prospective grant applicants...More Information
The Moore Institute has a major commitment to Digital Humanities. DH brings together expertise and methodologies from humanities scholars with new digital technologies...More Information