Welcoming Visiting Fellows-11th March 2019- Claudia Kinmonth and Ultán Gillen

Claudia Kinmonth- Royal Dublin Society Library Contact Details– ckkinmonth@gmail.com The Moore Institute Project Title: Research towards revising and updating my award winning Yale University Press book, Irish Country Furniture 1700-1950 (1993), for republication with Cork University Press.   Ultán Gillen-Department of Humanities, Teesside University Contact Details-u.gillen@tees.ac.uk The Moore Institute Project Title:  Theobald Wolfe Tone: Political Thought, Revolutionary… | Read on »

Welcoming Visiting Fellow-04th March Brendan Twomey

                Brendan Twomey-TCD Centre for Early Modern History Contact Details-twomeyb@tcd.ie The Moore Institute Project Title:Endurance and emergence: Eighteenth century Roman Catholic landowners cross-generational legal and financial strategies; a case study of the O’Connor/ Donelan families of Sylaun County Galway

Welcoming Visiting Fellows- Week of the 25th February-Brendan Scott and Federico Ugolini

Brendan Scott– Irish Family History Foundation Contact Details-brendan1scott@gmail.com The Moore Institute Project Title:Trade and traders in early Plantation Ulster   Federico Ugolini-UCL – Institute of Archaeology Contact Details-ugolini.federico@hotmail.it The Moore Institute Project Title:The maritime belief system of the Adriatic during the Imperial era (Italy and Dalmatia)

Welcoming Visiting Fellows- 18th February-Chris Maginn, Flavia Louise Soubiran and Deirdre Ní Chonghaile

Chris Maginn-Fordham University, New York Contact Details-cmaginn@fordham.edu The Moore Institute Project Title: ‘Communicating Tudor Rule in Ireland’   Flavia Louise Soubiran-University of Montreal Contact Details-flavialouise.soubiran@gmail.com The Moore Institute Project Title:Performing age and gender on screen: A comparative study of the ageing female performer in contemporary Hollywood and Irish cinema   Deirdre Ní Chonghaile-Independant Scholar Contact Details-aransongs@gmail.com… | Read on »

Welcoming Visiting Fellows- 01st February 2019-José Francisco Fernández,Diarmuid Ó Riain and Tamara Radak

José Francisco Fernández-University of Almería, Spain. Contact Details-jffernan@ual.es The Moore Institute Project Title: Prosody and Cadence of Hiberno-English (Lessness: A New Translation)   Diarmuid Ó Riain-University of Vienna Contact Details-diarmuid.oriain@univie.ac.at The Moore Institute Project Title:The Vita sancti Ronani episcopi: critical edition and commentary   Tamara Radak-University of Vienna Contact Details-radaktamara@gmail.com The Moore Institute Project Title:No Sense… | Read on »

Future Landscapes: Enhancing Seen and Unseen Landscapes with Mixed Reality

NUI Galway and Galway 2020 are offering an exciting opportunity to get involved with the Galway 2020 Digital programme through the ground-breaking initiative – Future Landscapes. Future Landscapes is an intensive four-week programme created in a collaboration between the Moore Institute at NUI Galway and Galway 2020, as a part of the Galway 2020 digital… | Read on »

Irish Screen Studies Seminar 2019

        CALL FOR PAPERS The Huston School of Film & Digital Media, NUI Galway is pleased to host the 15th Annual Irish Screen Studies Seminar, to be held on 9-10 May 2019. The Irish Screen Studies Seminar provides a unique platform for the presentation of new work – research, practice, and research… | Read on »

NUI Galway Host Inaugural Digital Humanities Conference

            Wednesday, 5 December, 2018: The European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH) is holding its inaugural conference in the Arts Millennium Building and The Moore Institute at NUI Galway from 7-9 December. The theme of the conference is ‘Data in Digital Humanities’ and brings together and represents the Digital Humanities… | Read on »