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2019-20 Visiting Research Fellows

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In 2019-20 we will welcome over 12 leading international scholars to the institute for periods of two weeks to three months, including three 12-month fellows co-funded as part of the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA COFUND) Programme.
2019-20 VISITING RESEARCH FELLOWS
Dr Lilith Acadia

September 2019 - September 2020

The Trinity Long Room Hub is delighted to welcome Dr Lilith Acadia from the University of California, Berkeley as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND Fellow for 2019–20.  Read More
Dr Lindy Brady

September 2019 - September 2020

The Trinity Long Room Hub is delighted to be welcoming Dr. Lindy Brady from University of Mississippi as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND Fellow for 2019-20.   Read More
Dr Torsten Wollina

September 2019 - September 2020

The Trinity Long Room Hub is delighted to be welcoming Torsten Wollina from Hamburg University as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND Fellow for 2019-20.   Read More
Harumi Goto

16 – 30 September 2019

Associate Professor Goto joins us from Faculty of Letters, Toyo University, Japan.

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Professor John Morrill September 2019

Professor (Emeritus) Morrill joins us from Cambridge University in association with Trinity’s Making Ireland research theme. The focus of his research visit is a project entitled ‘Oliver Cromwell and the peoples of Ireland.’

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Professor Julian Bourg October - November 2019

Professor Bourg joins us from Boston College in association with Trinity's School of Histories & Humanities. The focus of his research visit is a project entitled ‘In the name of the people: how we came to think about terrorism and how we should.’

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Rough Magic Theatre October - December 2019

Rough Magic Theatre company joins us as the TLRH Artists in Residence in association with Trinity's Creative Arts research theme, Neurohumanities and the Global Brain Health Initiative, and Trinity Library. The focus of this residency is the development of a new theatre piece, based around participation in choirs throughout Ireland

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Rita Duffy January 2020

Rita Duffy is artist in residence at the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Institute for spring 2020

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Rory Montgomery January 2020

Former Second Secretary General of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Rory Montgomery joins us as our Public Policy Fellow in Residence,where he will focus on the place of Ireland in the European Union, and on future relationships on the island of Ireland and between Ireland and the UK.

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Dr Clare Hutton February 2020

Dr Hutton joins us from Loughborough University in association with Trinity's School of English and the Manuscript, Book and Print Cultures research theme. The focus of her research visit is a project entitled ‘Women and the Making of Ulysses

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Dr Kristin Varade February - March 2020

Dr Varade joins us from the City University of New York in association with Trinity's School of English. The focus of her research visit is a project entitled ‘From outside in and inside out: historical Anglo-Irish/Italian connections.’

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Professor Hashim Azirah February - March 2020

Professor Azirah joins us from the University of Malaya, Malaysia in association with Trinity's School of Linguistic, Speech & Communication Sciences. The focus of her research visit is a project entitled ‘The regional and geo-political role of English in ASEAN (association of southeast asian nations).’

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Dr Karly Kehoe March - April 2020

Dr Kehoe joins us from St Mary’s University Canada in association with Trinity's Identities in Transformation research theme. The focus of her research visit is a project entitled ‘A Catholic Atlantic?: minority agency in the British world 1763-1860 (MABW).’

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Professor Donna Jo Napoli April 2020

Professor Napoli joins us from St Mary’s University Canada in association with Trinity's School of Linguistic, Speech & Communication Sciences. The focus of her research visit is a project entitled ‘Ebooks in Irish sign language for deaf children.’

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