Identities in Transformation

Identities, both on the level of the individual and the collective, are formed and develop in complex processes that negotiate attitudes, values and behaviours and shape our social and cultural practices.

This research field undertakes a multi-facetted investigation of how the negotiation of identity is linked to processes of transformation on the level of history and culture; an investigation which allows deeper insight into the dynamics between social and political change, shifts in cultural memory, cultural and artistic practices and human agency.

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Research Institutes / Centres

The Identities in Transformation theme is a priority research theme of the Trinity Long Room Hub – Trinity’s Arts & Humanities Research Institute

Featured Trinity Researchers

Juergen Barkhoff

  • Theme Convener

 

Dr Sarah Kerr

  • Research Theme Project Officer

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