16/04/2014

DAH Scholarships Announced!

PhD in Digital Arts & HumanitiesCall for Applications NUI Galway invites applications for four-year scholarships in the Digital Arts & Humanities structured PhD programme, to commence in September 2014. The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 30 May 2014.Introduction Digital Arts & Humanities (DAH) is a full-time four-ye...

16/04/2014

Postdoctoral Vacancies (5) Announced for ERC project

Postdoctoral Researchers (5) Project: The Reception and Circulation of Early Modern Women's Writing, 1550-1700 (RECIRC)Moore InstituteCollege of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies The National University of Ireland, Galway is seeking to fill 5 full-time, fixed-term Postdoctoral Researcher position(s) for the project ‘The Reception ...

16/04/2014

Welcome to Dr. Hélène Lecossois and Dr. Frank Shovlin Moore Institute Visiting Fellows

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Hélène Lecossois and Dr Frank Shovlin as Research Visiting Fellows to the Moore Institute Dr. Hélène Lecossois joins us from the Université du Maine, Le Mans, France where she is a Senior Lecturer. Hélène's subject areas are in English/Drama and the project she wi...

28/03/2014

Welcome to Dr. Brett Hirsch, Dr. Roger Savage and Dr. Iain Biggs - Moore Institute Visiting Fellows

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Brett Hirsch, Dr. Roger Savage and Dr. Iain Biggs as Research Visiting Fellows to the Moore Institute. Dr Brett D. Hirsch joins us from the University of Western Australia De Montfort University. Brett's areas of research are English/Digital Arts & Humanities and his fellowship project is on ‘Our Autho...

28/03/2014

Moore Institute student wins IRC award for poster competition

Congrats to Eavan O'Dochartaigh from the Moore Institute, NUI Galway for winning the Irish Research Council Award for her poster "Defrosting the Data: Exploring the Art and Literature of the Franklin Expeditions to the Arctic" The Irish Research Council (IRC) funded a poster session and reception on the first day of the RDA Third Plenary Me...

18/11/2013

THREESIS - Let the challenge begin!!

THREESIS 2013 begins Tuesday November 19th, at 1 pm in the Moore Institute Seminar Room, NUI Galway. Join us as NUI Galway researchers use their 3 minutes to Get to the Point and Open Your Mind! James Curry (Moore Institute & History) and Eilís Ní Dhúill (Gaeilge) will participate in this week's heat. Next week's h...