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Seminar Series 2015-16

Hilary Term

All are welcome to attend the Sociology Department Research Seminar Series:

  • Time: Thursdays 13.00 - 14.00
  • Venue: C6002 (TRISS Conference Room), 6th floor, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin

For further information, please contact Dr Andrew Finlay

Date Name Presentation Title

21/01/2016


Prof Bill Rolston, Ulster University

The Enigmas of Transition: Prisoners, Victims and Truth

28/01/2016

Dr Farah Mokhtareizadeh, TCD

Islam and Feminism in Contemporary Afghanistan

04/02/2016

Dr Mark Maguire, NUI Maynooth  and Prof Peter Fussey, University of Essex

Sensing Evil: Counterterrorism, Techno-science and the Cultural Reproduction of Security

11/02/2016

 

Dr Mary Gilmartin, NUI Maynooth

International Student Migrants in Ireland: New Mobilities, New Exclusions

18/02/2016

 

Ms Cliona Hannon, Department of Sociology

Ms Sorcha Farrell, Social Work and Social Policy

Human Capital, Capabilities and Culture: A Whole School Approach to Student and School Transformation

The Lived Experience of a Primary Malignant Brain Tumour Diagnosis

25/02/2016

Dr Patrick Bresnihan, TCD

'Transforming the Fisheries: Neoliberalism, Nature and the Commons'

10/03/2016 Prof Rob Kitchin, NUI Maynooth The Ethics of Data-Driven Urbanism

24/03/2016

Mr David Dunne, Department of Sociology

Ms Catherine Elliott O'Dare,  Social Work and Social Policy

Going Native: Culture, Identity and Counterinsurgency in Iraq

Intergenerational friendships: exploring their experience, meaning and significance to some older people in Ireland

31/03/2016

 

Dr Audrey Bryan, St Patrick’s College DCU

Active (Global) Citizenship in an Era of Post-Humanitarianism

07/04/2016

Ms Egle Gusciute, Department of Sociology

Ms Gillian Smith, Social Work and Social Policy

Determinants of Anti-Immigration Attitudes in Europe 2002-2014

Older inside: a quantitative study of the imprisonment of people aged over 50 in Ireland from 2007 to 2014

Michaelmas Term

All are welcome to attend the Sociology Department Research Seminar Series:

  • Time: Thursdays 13.00 - 14.00
  • Venue: C6002 (TSSR Conference Room), 6th floor, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin

For further information, please contact Dr Andrew Finlay

Date Name Presentation Title

01/10/15


Mr Yaqoub BouAynaya: Sociology, TCD

‘What it means to be Irish’: adding novelty to the design by integrating audio-visual communication techniques

08/10/15


Dr John Henretta: Dept of Sociology, Criminology and Law, University of Florida

Why do family members help each other?

15/10/15

Mr Cormac McNamara: Sociology, TCD

Ms Eavan Brady: Social Work and Social Policy, TCD

Responsibility-Shifting in a Gambling Environment

A life course study of the educational pathways of adults who spent time in out-of-home care (State care) as children

22/10/15

Dr Niamh Stephenson: School of Public Health and Community Medicine University of New South Wales, Australia

Spectres of catastrophe and transformations in public health governance: How Securitised modes of public health unfold in practice

29/10/15

Dr Cathal McCrory: TILDA: The Irish Longitudinal Study of Ageing, TCD

Intergenerational occupational mobility and objective physical health functioning in midlife and older ages among older people in Ireland

05/11/15

Dr David Landy and Prof. Richard Layte: Sociology, TCD

The Fighting Irish? Explaining Patterns of Social Protest During Ireland’s Fiscal Crisis 2008-2014

19/11/15

Ms Anna Siuda: Sociology, TCD

Ms Melanie Labor: School of Social Work and Social Policy, TCD

Career trajectories and mobility patterns of UK doctoral graduates

Filling the void: Young people's narratives as a gateway to a new understanding of youth suicide - a case study in a diverse community in Dublin

26/11/15

Dr Mick O’Brion: NUI Maynooth

Post-crisis financialization and the politics of urban space

03/12/15

Ms Valia Theofilopoulou: Sociology, TCD

Ms Holly Foley: Sociology, TCD

Affect and Memory in Modern Greek Literature Education

Post-school pathways of Russian Speaking students in Ireland

10/12/15

Ms Sara Bojarczuk: Sociology, TCD

Ms Eva Garcia Albarran: Social Work and Social Policy, TCD

Polish mothers in Ireland- A study of the role of social networks in managing care and employment

The learning experience of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder in the early years of primary mainstream school in Ireland: A multicase study