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First Up

First Up: Creative Entrepreneurs on Breaking Through | 2016-17

The unique individuals in the First Up series believed in an idea and did everything possible to make that idea work. They invested in their own talent and creativity in order to create a career or lifestyle suited to their vision and personal aspirations. First Up is a collaboration based at Trinity College Dublin between the M.Phil in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship,Science Gallery Dublin and Trinity Long Room Hub.


Behind the headlines

Behind the Headlines

The Trinity Long Room Hub’s new ‘Behind the Headlines’ discussion series offers background analyses to current issues by experts drawing on the long-term perspectives of Arts & Humanities research. It aims to provide a forum that deepens understanding, combats simplification and polarization and thus creates space for informed and respectful public discourse.

Humanities Horizons

Trinity Long Room Hub Annual Humanities Horizons Lecture Series

The inaugural lecture in this series was given by Professor Peter Strohschneider in October 2013. The 2016 Annual Humanities Horizons Lecture will be delivered by Prof Geoffrey Crossick on 25 May 2016.


Edmund Burke

The Annual Edmund Burke Lectures

To mark the university’s deep and lasting connection with Edmund Burke, and to express the inspiration his life and work as a public intellectual offer to us, the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute has instituted a prestigious annual Edmund Burke lecture, delivered by a leading public intellectual of our time on a topic that engages with the challenges facing us today.

Past Lecture Series

europe's viloent memories

Europe's Violent Memories | 2013-16

This three-year series of public lectures delivered by eminent international scholars in different disciplines, such as history, literary and film studies and memory studies, is exploring how war, its traumas and its contested memories have proved pivotal to the formation of European identities in the 20th century. It will adopt a different focus each year. The series is being organized by the Centre for War Studies (School of Histories and Humanities) and the Centre for European Studies (School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies) in association with the Trinity Long Room Hub.


First Up

First Up: Creative Entrepreneurs on Breaking Through | 2014-15

The unique individuals in the First Up series believed in an idea and did everything possible to make that idea work. They invested in their own talent and creativity in order to create a career or lifestyle suited to their vision and personal aspirations. First Up is a collaboration based at Trinity College Dublin between the M.Phil in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship,Science Gallery Dublin and Trinity Long Room Hub.


Transformative Periphery The Transformative Periphery: Negotiating Identities from the Margins | Jan - May 2014

This transdisciplinary lecture series is a major contribution to Trinity College Dublin's research focus on 'Identities in Transformation' led by the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute. It will interrogate the complex dynamics of the centre-periphery dialectic and its transformative power from the perspective of a range of disciplines and discourses.


RTE

Religion(s) | Ethics | Cultural Engagement | 2013-14

The Religions Theology and Ecumenics public lecture series for 2013-14 enables international speakers to present their current research at Trinity Long Room Hub. Topics address the complex interrelations of religions, ethics and cultural engagement both past and present. The series is organised by the School of Religions, Theology and Ecumenics.


in tune

In Tune: a Millennium of Music in Trinity College Library | 2013-14

In Tune - the winter exhibition in the Long Room - aims to reveal the richness of our music holdings by highlighting a selection of the most significant items, many of which are unique or extremely rare. The related lectures series will take place during the course of the exhibition in association with the Trinity Long Room Hub.


Disability and Literature

Disability and Literature | January - February 2014

This innovative series of seminars explores the various ways in which disability has been represented in literature from the perspectives of academics, writers, artists and activists in local and international contexts. It is organized by the School of English, Trinity College Dublin, in conjunction with the MSc in Disability Studies (School of Social Work and Social Policy), and is co-hosted by the Trinity Long Room Hub. The series contributes to Trinity's major research focus on 'Identities in Transformation'.


The Beatles

The Beatles in 12 Movements | September - December 2013

The 50th anniversary of the Beatles' only Irish concert will be celebrated in Trinity College Dublin with a series of lectures hosted by the School of English in conjunction with the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts & Humanities Research Institute. All twelve albums will be covered over the course of 12 weeks. Speakers range from TCD academincs to notable cultural figures such as iconic singer and Beatle sfriend Donovan, RTE presenter Ryan Tubridy and Ross O'Carroll-Kelly author Paul Howard.

 


eurovisions

Euro-Visions Public Lecture Series on Europe | 2012-13

The Euro-Visions Public Lecture Series on Europe was jointly organized by the Institute for International Integration Studies (IIIS) and the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts & Humanities Research Institute (TLRH) at Trinity College Dublin. The series was an associated event of the Irish Presidency of the Council of the EU.

 

 

 

 

 

Funding Bodies

Ireland EU Structural Funds Programmes 2007 – 2013, European Regional Development Fund, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, HEA, Trinity College Dublin, and


Last updated 10 January 2017 by Trinity Long Room Hub (Email) .