03/06/2016

June 2016 Visiting Fellows

The Moore Institute is delighted to welcome the following Visiting Fellows in June Dr Alain Dubreucq from University Jean Moulin, Lyon, France will be with us until 28th June working on his project ‘Sancti Columbani opera omnia. Towards a new edition of St Colombanus's works' in collaboration with Dr Mark Stansbury. Alain can be contact...

26/04/2016

May 2016 Visiting Fellows

The Moore Institute is delighted to welcome the following Visiting Fellows in May: Prof Ellen Scheible from Bridgewater State University will be with us until May 30th working on her project ‘Body Politics: Homemaking and Nation-making in Modern and Contemporary Irish Fiction' in collaboration with Dr Elizabeth Tilley. Ellen can be contac...

07/04/2016

April 2016 Visiting Fellows

The Moore Institute is delighted to welcome the following Visiting Fellows in April. Dr Guy Cuthbertson from Liverpool Hope University will be with us until 8th April working on his project 'Edward Thomas and Ireland' in collaboration with Dr Rebecca Barr. Guy can be contacted on cuthbeg@hope.ac.uk. Dr Maurice Fitzpatrick from University of Col...

04/03/2016

March 2016 Visiting Fellows

The Moore Institute is delighted to welcome the following Visiting Fellows in March: Prof Maria McGarrity from Long Island University, NY will be with us until March 11th working on her project ‘Irish Literature and the Modern Nation: Encountering the primitive sublime across the Atlantic' in collaboration with Dr.Muireann O Cinneide. Mar...

25/02/2016

Applications Invited for PhD in Digital Arts & Humanities

PhD in Digital Arts & HumanitiesCall for Applications Closing Date for Applications is 5pm on Friday 15 April 2016. NUI Galway invites applications for a four-year scholarship in the Digital Arts & Humanities structured PhD programme, to commence in September 2016. The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 15 April 2016. Appli...

19/02/2016

Royal Irish Academy Charlemont Grants Awards

Congratulations to Dr.Bronagh McShane, Research Assistant, RECIRC, NUI Galway who won an award for her study on 'Irish women religious in exile during the early modern period: a case study of the Irish Dominican Convent of Bom Sucesso, Lisbon'.Established in 1639 by the Irish Dominican, Fr Dominic O'Daly (1595-1662), the Bom Sucesso convent loc...