Webinar Recording: Language in a health crisis: navigating Covid-19 in a multilingual Ireland

The latest webinar in our COVID-19 Response Group series, Language in a health crisis: navigating Covid-19 in a multilingual Ireland took place on July 2nd, 2020. An audio recording of the session may also be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud. The Moore Institute Podcast · Language in a health crisis: navigating Covid-19 in a multilingual Ireland Webinar Overview This webinar addresses… | Read on »

Webinar Recording: Sport and Covid-19

The latest webinar in our COVID-19 Response Group series, Sport and Covid-19 took place on June 25th, 2020.   An audio recording of the session may also be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud. The Moore Institute Podcast · Sport and Covid-19   Webinar Overview The advent of the Covid-19 crisis has brought unprecedented challenges to all areas of social, cultural, and… | Read on »

Webinar Recording: ‘Philosophy and the Pandemic: reasoning in unreasonable times’

The latest webinar in our COVID-19 Response Group series, Philosophy and the Pandemic: reasoning in unreasonable times  took place on June 18th, 2020. An audio recording of the session may also be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud.   The Moore Institute Podcast · Philosophy and the Pandemic: reasoning in unreasonable times Webinar Overview As the COVID-19 pandemic has swept the… | Read on »

Webinar Recording: ‘Normal People: A View from the West’

Recordings from our recent webinar,  Normal People: A View from the West, which took place on June 17th, 2020 are now available.   An audio recording of the session may also be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud. The Moore Institute Podcast · Normal People: A View from the West Webinar Overview Sally Rooney’s novel Normal People (2018) and its… | Read on »

Webinar Video: Universities and the Covid-19 Crisis: Problems, Prospects and Pathways

The latest webinar in our COVID-19 Response Group series, Universities and the Covid-19 Crisis: Problems, Prospects and Pathways  took place on June 11th, 2020. An audio recording of the session may also be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud. The Moore Institute Podcast · Universities and the Covid-19 Crisis: Problems, Prospects and Pathways Webinar Overview Immense challenges face universities as… | Read on »

Webinar Video: Art and Digital Technology in a Time of Crisis

The seventh webinar in our COVID-19 Response Group series, Art and Digital Technology in a Time of Crisis took place on June 3rd, 2020. An audio recording of the session may also be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud. The Moore Institute Podcast · Art and Digital Technology in a Time of Crisis Webinar Overview The current public health restrictions… | Read on »

Webinar Video: ‘Ireland, Borders, and Covid-19’

The sixth webinar in our COVID-19 Response Group series, Slavery, Race and Covid-19 took place on May 28th, 2020. An audio recording of the session may also be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud. The Moore Institute Podcast · Ireland, Borders, and Covid-19 – Covid-19 Response Webinar Webinar Overview This panel brings together perspectives from Sociology, Political Science and Public Health… | Read on »

Webinar Recording: ‘Galway and the creative arts: performance and representation’

The webinar, “Galway and the creative arts: performance and representation” took place on May 21st, 2020. A video and audio recording of the session are included below. An audio recording of the session can be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud. The Moore Institute Podcast · Galway and the creative arts: performance and representation Webinar Overview Panellists in… | Read on »

Webinar Video: Slavery, Race and Covid-19

The fifth webinar in our COVID-19 Response Group series, Slavery, Race and COVID-19 took place on May 19th, 2020.   An audio recording of the session may also be found on the Moore Institute’s Soundcloud.   The Moore Institute Podcast · Slavery, Race and Covid-19 – Covid-19 Response webinar Webinar Overview The unfolding coronavirus crisis has revealed deep structures of inequality… | Read on »