University of Galway History Seminar Semester 2, 2022-23

online & livestream in Room G010, Hardiman Research Building

University of Galway History Seminar Semester 2, 2022-23 Seminars convene at 4.00pm in Room G010, Hardiman Research Building, and will be broadcast simultaneously via Zoom, unless otherwise state All are welcome to attend. Presentations will run for approximately 35-40 minutes, followed by time for discussion. For details on how to register for the Zoom link,... | Read on »

CAMPS Labs 2023 Programme

For times and venues see CAMPS Research Labs website: https://www.universityofgalway.ie/camps/labs/

Digital Humanities Foundations series

The Bridge Room THB-1001, First Floor, Hardiman Research Building, University of Galway

A series of talks surveying digital approaches to Humanities research. Co-ordinated by the Moore Institute’s Digital Humanities Research Group (DHRG), with the support of the Moore Institute’s Digital Lab and the Library’s Digital Scholarship and Archives units. Tue 31 Jan 12pm Introduction to data visualisation David Kelly Wed 22 Feb 12pm Introduction to data analysis... | Read on »

Religion and Contemporary Ireland

Online

Centre for the Study of Religion, University of Galway in conjunction with the Moore Institute, University of Galway Presents Religion and Contemporary Ireland: a Discussion with Dr. Roja Faezeli (Trinity College Dublin) Dr. Vesna Malesevic (University of Galway) Mr. Derek Scally (Irish Times)   Registration On Line: Religion and Contemporary Ireland The Contributors will be... | Read on »

University of Galway History Seminar: Rebuilding a Ruptured Tradition: Catholic Architecture in Ireland, 1780-1829

THB-G010 Moore Institute Seminar Room, Hardiman Research Building, University of Galway & online

University of Galway History Seminar Dr Niamh NicGhabhann  (University of Limerick) Rebuilding a Ruptured Tradition: Catholic Architecture in Ireland, 1780-1829    Abstract By the end of the nineteenth century, Catholic churches and cathedrals in Ireland typically occupied commanding positions across urban and rural landscapes. With their towering spires and glittering interiors, they were powerful monuments to... | Read on »

Pobal cósta imeallach i ndeisceart Chonamara ag tús an naoú haois déag

Droichid THB-1001, An Chéad Urlár, Institiúid de Móra, Áras Uí Argadáin, Ollscoil na Gaillimhe agus ar Zoom

Tionólfar an dara léacht sa tsraith seo, ar an Aoine, 3 Feabhra @ 12:30 i.n. i Seomra an Droichid THB-1001, An Chéad Urlár, Institiúid de Móra, Áras Uí Argadáin, Ollscoil na Gaillimhe agus ar Zoom. Pobal cósta imeallach i ndeisceart Chonamara ag tús an naoú haois déag An Dr Áine Ní Chonghaile Is féidir clárú... | Read on »

Open Scholarship Forum

online & livestream in Room G010, Hardiman Research Building

Reshaping the Academic Self How Open Scholarship Impacts My Research  Open Scholarship is considered a new paradigm to make research outputs and educational material accessible, accountable, and effective. It will alter our approach to academic life in many ways.  This Open Scholarship Forum will bring together institutional leaders, researchers at all stages of their careers, and... | Read on »

Figuring Ecologies Reading Network (FERN) – INVITATION TO INAUGURAL GATHERING

The Bridge Room THB-1001, First Floor, Hardiman Research Building, University of Galway

Staff and students are warmly invited to attend the first gathering of the Figuring Ecologies Reading Network (FERN). We will meet each month to discuss a literary or creative work on the subject of ecologies. Suggestions for future meetings will be welcome! First Meeting: Wednesday 15 February 2023, Bridge Room, Moore Institute, 13.00-14.00 We will discuss The... | Read on »

Who is Odysseus Anyway? Public talk and activity session for children ages 8–12 (ish)

Galway City Museum

Who is Odysseus Anyway? Public talk and activity session for children ages 8–12 (ish) Sat, 18 February 2023, 10:30 – 11:30 am at Galway City Museum   Dr Pádraic Moran, lecturer in Ancient Classics at the University of Galway, will introduce the character of Odysseus, an unconventional hero of Ancient Greek myth. With Pádraic, participants... | Read on »

Ag Tabhairt Odaiséis Abhaile – Bringing Odysseus Home: Teaching Ancient Classics through Irish in the University of Galway. Public talk and poetry reading

Galway City Museum

Ag Tabhairt Odaiséis Abhaile - Bringing Odysseus Home: Teaching Ancient Classics through Irish in the University of Galway Public talk and poetry reading Sat, 18 February 2023, 2–3 pm at Galway City Museum   This is a talk by Dr Pádraic Moran (Ancient Classics, University of Galway) on the fascinating endeavours of Classicists at the... | Read on »