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The Trinity Centre for Resistance Studies organises regular events including seminars, public lectures, and outreach activities. On this page you will find information about past and future events organised by the Centre or in association with its members.

Centre for Resistance Studies launch - news item
Centre for Resistance Studies launch - video
Women and Resistance: Behind the Headlines Event
Gender and Academic Freedom
With Solidarity in Gdansk in 1980
Resistance and Responsibility
The Rise of Authoritarianism in the Global South
Literature and Resistance: Inaugural Panel Discussion
Irish Jewish Writers and Resistance in the 1930s
“We Persist, Therefore We Have Hope”: Trauma and Resilience of Hongkongers through Their Art since 2019 - exhibition launch
Literature and Resistance: National Memories, Personal Stories: Scholastique Mukasonga
We Persist, Therefore We Have Hope - exhibition concluding panel
We Persist, Therefore We Have Hope - exhibition catalogue
Literature and Resistance | Unseen City: Ankhi Mukherjee in Conversation with Ian Robertson
“Limits to Growth” in Soviet Perspective - research seminar
Literature and Resistance: Poetry Reading with Nidhi Zak and Anthony Anaxagorou
Vulnerability, Justice, and the Human Condition - lecture series by Prof Martha A. Fineman
Religion as a Means of Resistance: Ukrainian Greek Catholics in Poland - hybrid seminar by Dr Julia Buyskykh
Literature and Resistance: As You Wish: Deena Mohamed
The Resistance podcast series: Conversation with Deena Mohamed
Jacquline Hayden is awarded with the Medal of Gratitude by the European Solidarity Center
Poetry, Translation and Oppression: Carmen Bugan and Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin
The Resistance podcast series: A conversation with Carmen Bugan
Historians Resisting Tyranny: A Lecture by Antoon De Baets
Literature and Resistance - Drawing Support: Graphic Narratives and Resistance
Courage, Justice and Resistance: Lessons from Ukraine - A lecture by Olesya Khromeychuk