Research Week: AHSS Research Symposium 'Identity & Justice'

Research Week: AHSS Research Symposium 'Identity & Justice'

A research symposium in association with the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS). The symposium is on the theme of ‘Identity and Justice’ showcasing research from across AHSS. Highlighting the breadth of research and demonstrating the connections within AHSS, this seminar will bring together short papers on the theme. AHSS has made significant contributions in the area of Identity and Justice, including the work of the Hate and Hostility Research Cluster, research on song and social protest, on marginalised histories, on Traveller Rights and Identity, on singing and sustainable social integration, and on linguistics and inclusion, among others. Faculty and students will present short papers on their research on this theme. 100 word abstracts will be collated for 15 minute papers to be presented on research reflecting the symposium theme.
 
Wednesday 5th December, Foundation Building FB-028, 10:00-16:15

 

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Faculty research seminar – Identity and Justice - Wednesday 5th December 10am - 4.15pm
Venue: Foundation Building (FB-028)
 
10.00 – 10.15 – Introduction and welcome.
 
10.15 – 10.30 Stephen Strauss-Walsh (Law): “The Changing Nature of Feminist Discourse and its Effects on Feminine Victimisation in Ireland”
 
10.30 – 10.45 Dr. Cinta Ramblado (MLAL): “Don’t cry for us; what you need to do is remember us”: Women, identity and justice in contemporary Spain”
 
10.45 – 11.00 Dr Yonit Kosovske (Irish World Academy of Music and Dance): “Gender Matters”
 
11.00-11.15 – Q&A
 
11.15-11.30: Coffee break
 
11.30 – 12.30: Session 2 (3 papers)
 
11.30-11.45 Dr. Fergal Quinn/Audrey Galvin (EIC): “Her Name was Clodagh: Twitter and the News Discourse of Murder Suicide”
 
11.45-12.00 Aoife Finnerty (Law): “Silence is Golden - From Daniels to Ireland’s Cervical Check Scandal”
 
12.00-12.15 Louise McNeil (Law): "Surveillance dynamics and the impact on social identity"
 
12.15-12.30 Q&A
 
12.30 – 13.30: Lunch (provided)
 
13.30– 14.45: Session 3 (3 papers)
 
13.30 – 13.45 Dr Conor Little (PPA) “Drivers of political parties’ climate policy preferences: lessons from Denmark and Ireland.”
 
13.45-14.15 Dr. Amanda Haynes/ Jennifer Schweppe (Sociology and Law): “Minoritised communities access to justice” (30 minute session)
 
14.15-14.30 Cian Kearns (PPA): “Bad Apples and Blood Oranges: The vital distinction between genocide and mass killing”
 
14.30-14.45  Q&A 
 
14.45-15.00 Coffee Break
 
15.00–16.15 Session 4 – 4 papers.
 
15.00-15.15 Dr Catherine Naughton (Law): “The Role Social Identity plays in Young Peoples Engagement and Retention in Local Criminal Networks”
 
15.15-15.30 Dr Kathleen Turner (Irish World Academy of Music and Dance): “How to create a community research performance with children: Exploring challenges in and responses to designing an ethical research framework that ensures the inclusion of children’s voices.”
 
15.30-15.45 Dr Sindy Joyce (Sociology): “Young Travellers relationship with An Garda Síochána.”
 
15.45-16.00 Professor Ross Macmillan (Sociology): “Gender and the Politics of Death: Female Representation, Political and Developmental Context, and Population Health in a Cross-National Panel”
 
16.00-16.15 Q&A