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- Trump's America, 60 Days In
- Japanese manga exhibition opens in the Trinity Long Room Hub
- Sex Purchase Ban and Anti-trafficking Measures have Adverse Impact on Migrants
- Abortion in Modern Ireland
- International Conference on National Stereotyping and Cultural Identities
- Annual Humanities Horizons Lecture
- Time central to our experience of the world
- Celebrating 50 years of the Berkeley Library
- Latest ‘Behind the Headlines’ discussion tackles issue of contentious league tables
- Trinity marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation
- Trinity Long Room Hub announces latest Research Incentive Scheme Awards
- Performance as the New Theatre
- German novels of the 19th century still relevant for today’s entrepreneurs
- Trinity Long Room Hub appoints New Deputy Director
- Frozen in Time, The Fagel Collection in the Library of Trinity College Dublin
- Trinity Long Room Hub's inaugural Artist in Residence premieres first composition
- One Voice for Languages
- Syria: The Local and the Global
- The Blue Wall of Silence: Police Shootings in the US and Garda Accountability in Ireland
- From the Frontline: An Eyewitness Account from the Middle East
- In Focus: Professor Jane Ohlmeyer on How to Get to the Top of your Research Career
- Brexit, Brussels and the Big Apple: Where to now for Ireland?
- ‘What is it to be Irish? Negotiating National Identity after the Troubles
Dr Bodh Prakash is an Associate Professor of English at the Ambedkar University, Delhi. He was recently a Visiting Research Fellow at the Trinity Long Room Hub.
- Working Together Across the Sciences and Arts Creates Greater Impact
- Brexit presents major opportunities for researchers – but are we ready to grasp them?
- What we can learn from the 1950s
- Advocating for the Humanities
- CALL OPEN! New Visiting Research Fellowship Programme for 2017-18
The Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute is now accepting applications for its new Visiting Research Fellowship Programme.
- Learnings on Holocaust Still Emerging, Summer School Finds
Summer school brings together school teachers and community educators.
- Oral Testimonies of Partition and Conflict Bring Healing to Communities
Professor Sucheta Mahajan, a historian from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, talks about cultural trauma and storytelling.
- Language to take Centre Stage for Culture Night at Trinity Long Room Hub
- Irish Writers use Myth to Convey Truth about Violence
Professor Munira Mutran seeks to understand how Irish playwrights are able to narrate the ‘unspeakable’ realities of violence and war through mythology.
- Summer School Explores Beckett’s Ongoing Relevance
The summer school, now in its sixth year, offers scholars and enthusiasts the opportunity to deeply engage with the work and thought of this Irish literary giant.
- Mainstream Education Leaves Deaf Students at Disadvantage
Drawing on her experience of the U.S., Dr Monikowski talks about academic achievement and language acquisition in the Deaf community.
- The Secret Birth of ‘Independence’ is Uncovered at Trinity College Dublin
An exhibition at Trinity College Dublin which reveals the secret birth of ‘Independence’ in the English-speaking world is open to visitors until the end of July.
- Trinity Long Room Hub signs Memorandum of Understanding with Top Indian Research Institute
The Trinity Long Room Hub has renewed its collaboration with a top Indian research institute in an exchange programme for fellows which will last until 2019.
- Trinity Creative Challenge 2017
This week saw the launch of the Trinity College Dublin creative arts awards scheme which aims to foster the development of innovative projects.
- Trinity Library marks centenary of the Battle of the Somme with new WW1 website
‘Fit as fiddles and as hard as nails’ - Irish soldiers’ voices from the Great War is a newly launched free and publicly available, website with digitised diaries, letters and memoirs from the Great War.
- World First Summer School Course in Digital Humanities Research Infrastructure
The PARTHENOS project led by Dr Jennifer Edmond have announced the world first Summer School Course in Digital Humanities Research Infrastructure
- Politics of Shame in Ireland Leaves Lasting Legacy on Lone Parents
Visiting Research Fellow Dr Clara Fischer looks at the ongoing impact of the ‘politics of shame’ on women in Ireland.
- Is it all just an illusion?
Professor Samuel Rickless, recent Visiting Fellow at the Trinity Long Room Hub in collaboration with the Department of Philosophy, discusses one of philosophy’s most challenging ideas.
- 'Behind the Headlines' Looks at Dangers to Democracy in Europe
Latest public lecture explores the challenges to democracy in countries in Central and Eastern Europe