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The TCD library is the largest library in Ireland, built up since the end of the sixteenth century. Since 1801 the Library has had the right to claim all British and Irish publications under the terms of successive Copyright Acts. The other four Copyright libraries with this entitlement are: the British Library; the National Library of Scotland; the University of Oxford; the University of Cambridge.

The ISE has a specialist library at its Belfast campus for doctoral students and students on the M.Phil. in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation. Belfast-based students also have access to the library at Queen's University Belfast.

Click here to search The ISE Belfast Library online catalogue...

The Head librarian for the ISE Library in Belfast is Bríd O’Brien.
She can be reached by phone at: +44 (0)28 9037 3980 or by e-mail at: brid.obrien@tcd.ie.

The Library at ISE in Belfast reflects and supports the inter-disciplinary nature of the M.Phil. in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation programme. Areas of specialisation include:

  • Buddhism in Dialogue
  • Conflict Resolution and Nonviolence
  • Ecumenical Movements in Christianity
  • Ecumenical Theology
  • Ethics
  • Ethics in War and Conflict
  • Fundamentalism in World Religions
  • Gender, War and Peace
  • Globalisation and Ethical Relations
  • Human Rights
  • Indigenous Religions
  • International Relations Theory
  • Interreligious Dialogue
  • Intra-religious Dialogue
  • Islam, Islamic Politics and Interfaith Dialogue
  • Judaism in Dialogue
  • Northern Ireland
  • Reconciliation
  • Politics of Development
  • Religion and Politics
  • World Religions

 

The Library at ISE in Belfast reflects and supports the inter-disciplinary nature of the M. Phil. in Reconciliation Studies programme. Areas of specialisation include:

ISE Belfast Library

  • Conflict resolution and conflict transformation
  • Contextual and liberation theologies
  • Ethnic conflict and religions
  • Northern Ireland and ‘the Troubles’
  • Peace building
  • Political and social reconciliation

Last updated 19 September 2013 by Irish School of Ecumenics (Email).