Announcement of a Visual Analytics Summer School at NUI Galway

This summer, researchers, students and industry professionals can apply to take part in the KDU Visual Analytics Summer School, being held at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics, NUI Galway. In addition to contributions from invited world-leading researchers and practitioners, the summer school will draw on expertise present in NUI Galway’s Data Science Institute, Lero… | Read on »

Welcoming Visiting Fellows-15th April 2019- Barry Nevin, Menelaos Gkartzios and Sonja Tiernan

                Barry Nevin-Dublin Institute of Technology (full-time) / Trinity College Dublin (part-time) Contact Details- The Moore Institute Project Title: The Films of Jacques Feyder: Framing Family, Class and Colonialism in Interwar France (1919–1939)   Menelaos Gkartzios-Newcastle University, UK Contact Details- The Moore Institute Project Title: ‘Countryside Futures: Sustainability and Art’… | Read on »

Welcoming Visiting Fellows-Week of 1st April 2019- David McOmish , Hidetaka Hirota,  Frank Shovlin , Audrey Robitaillié and Mirko Daniel Garasic

      David McOmish-University of Glasgow Contact Details – The Moore Institute Project Title: From Counter-reformation to Stuart Loyalism: The Evolution of Jacobite Literature   Hidetaka Hirota-Waseda University (Japan) Contact Details- The Moore Institute Project Title: History of Irish migration; American immigration history   Frank Shovlin-University of Liverpool Contact Details- The Moore Institute Project Title:The… | Read on »

Welcoming Visiting Fellows-25th March 2019-Daniel Fernandez and Justin Dolan Stover

Daniel Fernandez-Fundación Cultura de Paz (Spain) Contact Details- The Moore Institute Project Title:EDUC-ACTORS: FROM CONTEXT TO TEXT. Rethinking the education on peace, conflict transformation, social justice and global citizenship through the lens of the Arts.   Justin Dolan Stover-Idaho State University Contact Details- The Moore Institute Project Title:Environmental Damage and the Irish Revolution

Welcoming Visiting Fellows-Week of the 18th March- Martin Hurcombe and Jelena Đureinović

Martin Hurcombe- Univesrity of Bristol, UK Contact Details- The Moore Institute Project Title:Write the Good Ride: Writing Road Cycling in France   Jelena Đureinović-Justus Liebig University, Giessen, Germany Contact The Moore Institute Project Title:When Red Turned Green Yellow: Yugoslavia, Ireland, and the Emerging Cold War

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

Claudia Kinmonth- Royal Dublin Society Library Contact Details– 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 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 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 The Moore Institute Project Title:Trade and traders in early Plantation Ulster   Federico Ugolini-UCL – Institute of Archaeology Contact 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 The Moore Institute Project Title: ‘Communicating Tudor Rule in Ireland’   Flavia Louise Soubiran-University of Montreal Contact 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… | Read on »