Welcoming Visiting Fellows-Week of 17th June 2019- Kanchana Mahadevan and Ivan Flis

  Kanchana Mahadevan-University of Mumbai, India Contact Details-  kanchmaha@yahoo.co.in The Moore Institute Project Title: Contemporary Indian Aesthetics: Decolonizing, Comparative and Cosmopolitan Perspectives   Ivan Flis-Utrecht University Contact Details- Ivan.flis@gmail.com The Moore Institute Project Title:Open Science as Psychology’s Reform Movement

Moore Institute seeks applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher in Creative Cities (Galway European Capital of Culture)

NUI Galway is working in partnership with Galway 2020 following the designation of Galway as European Capital of Culture (ECoC). A major part of this partnership includes the vital Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) dimension of the programme. This M&E process will establish an evidence base enabling an assessment of the benefits of the designation, as… | Read on »

Future Landscapes – A Mixed Reality Showcase

Friday May 31st sees a showcase exhibition of work produced by participants during the “Future Landscapes: Enhancing Seen & Unseen Landscapes with Mixed Reality” workshop. The workshop, an intensive four-week program is currently being run at NUI Galway in a collaboration between the Moore Institute at NUI Galway and Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture…. | Read on »

Welcoming Visiting Fellows-Week of 20th May 2019-Bridget English, Sanjin Uležić, Jyoti Atwal and Agnes Lafont

  Bridget English-University of Illinois at Chicago Contact Deatils-Bridgetrenglish@gmail.com The Moore Institute Project Title:Self-Destructive Modernisms: Suicide, Medicine, and Failure in the Modernist Novel   Sanjin Uležić-Scuola Normale Superiore Contact Details- sanjin.ulezic@sns.it The Moore Institute Project Title:‘Sorry, not sorry’ – Communicating mistakes in armed struggle, examples from the Provisional IRA   Jyoti Atwal-Jawaharlal Nehru University Contact Details- jyotiatjnu@gmail.com… | Read on »

Welcoming Visiting Fellows-Week of 13th May 2019-Mo Moulton, Jaime Goodrich, Kathryn Laing, Helen Sonner and Federica Scicolone

Mo Moulton-University of Birmingham Contact Details- m.moulton@bham.ac.uk The Moore Institute Project Title:The Origins of Development: the Co-operative Movement in Ireland and India   Jaime Goodrich-Wayne State University Contact Deatils- goodrija@wayne.edu The Moore Institute Project Title:Print Culture and the Poor Clares, 1600-1800   Kathryn Laing- Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick Contact Details- Kathryn.laing@mic.ul.ie The Moore Institute Project Title:Irish Women’s… | Read on »