Department of Philosophy
Philosophy has been an important part of the Trinity College curriculum since its foundation in 1592. The Department currently consists of seven full– time faculty members , some 20 graduate students and some 200 undergraduate students . The varied research interests of the faculty and graduate students make for a rich and vibrant community .
- Fully Funded Graduate Research Studentships in Philosophy
Applications are invited for one, or more, fully funded (Home/EU) Graduate Research studentship in Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin. The deadline for applications is 10 March 2014. Please contact Lilian Alweiss email@example.com for further details.
- School of Social Sciences and Philosophy Newsletter
Our second annual newsletter highlights some of the key achievements of staff and students and aims to provide an overview of the activities being undertaken by the School.
- Prestigious Grattan Scholarships Awarded to Postgraduate Students
Scholarships were awarded to three Ph.D. students chosen for their scholarly achievements and their ambition to improve society through research and education. Well done to Lisa Keenan (Political Science), Katarzyna Kozien (Sociology) and Alan Walsh (Economics).
In The Spotlight
International Conference on Berkeley's Three Dialogues
4-6 April 2014 the Department will host an international conference on Berkeley's Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous.
The Donnellan Lectures
Professor David Chalmers (ANU and NYU) will give the 2014 Donnellen Lectures in Philosophy.