News and Events
Dr. Deirdre Madden recently visited Lisbon for the annual Irish Embassy lecture
Gerald Dawe read his poem 'Plinth' during the Remapping Trinity symposium
Former Graduate, Rachael Hegarty launches new book 'Flight Paths Over Finglas'
National Museum Student launch of the book, motes, at 2pm on 13 May in Collins Barracks.
Former Graduate, Caroline Preston launches new book 'This Tumult'on Wednesday, 10th May
Reading with Colette Bryce and Don Paterson, and the launch of Colette Bryce’s Selected Poems
Remapping Trinity: A literary treasure map of Trinity College Dublin • The Irish Times
Celebrating National Poetry Month: The Cambridge Companion to Irish Poets Written by: Gerald Dawe
Announcement of new Fellow and Scholars - School of English
Join us to celebrate the launch of the book, motes, at 6pm on 19 April in the Trinity Long Room Hub. All are warmly welcome.
Remapping Trinity: A Literary Atlas of the University
Seamus Deane the poet: coming to terms with the past - The Irish Times • Gerald Dawe
M.Phil. in Creative Writing Field Trip
Former Graduate, Lisa Harding launches new book 'Harvesting'on Wednesday, April 12th
School of English Newsletter
"William Trevor: A Huge Alas" - Podcast of the Trinity Oscar Wilde Centre Public Lecture
Former Graduate, Kurt McGee accepts fully-funded PhD. opportunity at the University of Notre Dame
BLAST class visits the National Gallery of Ireland
Public Poetry Masterclass by Colette Bryce
Public Poetry Reading by Colette Bryce
Words Ireland Writers Series at TCD
"William Trevor: A Huge Alas" - Trinity Oscar Wilde Centre Public Lecture
Three M.Phil. in Creative Writing Graduates announced as Novel Fair 2017 Finalists
Lowell and Ireland Symposium
Literary Arts Programme - Hilary Term 2017
An Irish outsider in Brexitland
Former graduate, Elaine Cosgrove's work selected for 'The Best New British and Irish Poets 2017' Anthology
Dr. Julie Bates - Receives Irish Research Council New Foundations Award
Bob Dylan: The Reluctant Nobel
Eavan Boland: Inside History - read an extract
Another high tree felled: Irish poets salute John Montague - Irish Times
Former graduate, Sara Baume's 'irresistible' debut novel wins Geoffrey Faber Memorial prize
Yale-TCD Alumni Bursary - Research in Children's Literature, 2017/18
Public Evening Lecture Series: Animals in Literature
Poetry reading by Sean Borodale - Visiting Writer Fellow in the Oscar Wilde Centre
Archive Fever or, How Not to Write a Novel: An Illustrated Guide by Trinity Long Room Hub
Henri Cole - On a rare visit to Ireland
Wild Laughter at Smock Alley theatre
Beyond the Centre: Writers in their own Words - Essay by Ian Sansom
Dear Geoffrey Chaucer..., Letters to Writers, The Essay - BBC Radio 3 • Ian Sansom
LRB • Ian Sansom • Everything You Know: Hoods
Congratulations to Catherine Howard - Distress Signals book short-listed
History Through the Lens of Literature - Featuring poet Gerald Dawe
The first Oxford Handbook of Modern Irish Theatre - Launched
House of fiction, a new poem by Gerald Dawe - irishtimes.com
Banging on – The times Literary supplement.
First short story published by Dr. Alice Jorgensen
'Writing Art in Ireland' - Online exhibition launched
Reflections on the Bouhéreau Diary Project
Samuel Beckett’s letters reveal a fiercely private workoholic - The Spectator.
‘Writing Art in Ireland’ — A new exhibition opens in the Long Room
My Favourite Lines from Shakespeare
Conclave by Robert Harris review – a triumphant Vatican showdown - The Guardian.
BALANCING ACTS: Gerald Dawe in conversation with Eleanor Doorley - The Lonely Crowd.
Ian Sansom and the Little People - BBC Radio 4.
A dazzling collection of original essays by 15 bestselling international authors.
PhD student, Kate Smyth has been awarded a James M Flaherty Scholarship from the Ireland Canada University Foundation to visit Canada in 2017.
Congratulations to Dr Amanda Piesse who received the 2016 Children’s Books Ireland Award for an outstanding contribution to children’s books in Ireland.
W.B. Yeats: Art Writing and Righting Art Symposium - Saturday, 8 October 2016
Poet Doireann Ní Ghríofa awarded the 2016 Rooney Prize for Irish Literature
The stats are in: over 30,000 users of the National Collection of Children’s Books website!
Naoise Dolan named Global Winner in the English category of the Undergraduate Awards
PhD student Rebecca Long awarded Yale-TCD Alumni Bursary for Research in Children’s Literature 2016/17
Well-versed Van Morrison to headline Aspects Festival - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
Gerald Dawe - Thurs 22 Sept - Aspects Festival - Irish Literature Festival 2015
Prof Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and Gerald Dawe - Celebrate the work of poet Dorothy Molloy
M.Phil in Creative Writing graduate secures IRC scholarship
Government of Ireland International Scholarships Awards 2016.
Prof Gerald Dawe featured on 'Arena' Special, RTE Radio.
Public Creative Writing Workshop at TCD
Prof Chris Morash - Announced as new Vice-Provost
Putting the “Wild” Back in the Oscar Wilde Centre
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin - New Ireland Professor of Poetry
Jane Clarke - Shortlisted for Ondaatje prize
Dr. Ema Vyroubalova - Attended Shakespeare Conference
Death of a Naturalist - Seamus Heaney in Print, 1966-2016
Brendan Kennelly - RTE programme celebrating his 80th birthday
Marginal Irish Modernisms Research Network
M.Phil. in Irish Writing students are to present papers at the “Samuel Beckett and World Literature Conference”
Dr. Tom Walker - Awarded ACIS 2016 book prize
Keith Payne - Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary recipient
Dr Paul Delaney - Discusses his research into Irish writer Seán O’Faoláin
Dr Julie Bates - Awarded a Royal Irish Academy Charlemont travel grant
Roy Mcfadden Library - Oscar Wilde Centre
Yale-TCD Alumni Bursary - Research in Childrens Literature, 2016