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The Darkest Midnight - Charity Concert

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We are really looking forward to this evening of song, poetry and music in support of RapeCrisis Midwest!

Nov 16th, 8pm
Theatre 1, Irish World Academy
Tickets €10/Conc.€8

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The Magdalene Name Project

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In 1993 when the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of Refuge decided to sell some of their land at High Park, Drumcondra, the Magdalene women who were buried in a graveyard on that land were exhumed and reinterred at Glasnevin Cemetery. Justice for Magdalenes (JFM, now JFM Research) was founded in 2003 on foot of serious questions raised by the late Mary Raftery about the exhumations at High Park. Also in 2003, JFM established the Magdalene Names Project, an initiative which is led by Claire McGettrick.

Cinderella

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The greatest fairytale of them all, Cinderella, is this year’s SPAR Panto at University Concert Hall, from December 21st to January 7th

Magic, romance, a feisty heroine, a handsome prince, dubious sisters that could do with a beauty blogger boot camp, chart hits and hilarity will all combine to produce the most wondrous panto ever seen!

Starring Samantha Mumba, Dayl Cronin, Richie Hayes, Leanne Moore, Myles Breen, Richard Lynch and Tom O'Mahoney - this will be THE family event this Christmas!

Bernal Institute Research Forum

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PRESENTATION BY
Professor Elisabeth Lojou, National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Marseilles, France.

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Enzymatic Catalysis for H2/O2 Fuel Cells: From Self-assembled Monolayers to (nano)carbon Materials.

Alison Campbell - OBE - KTI Guest Speaker - Thursday 16th November - 4.15 pm

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The PMTC and DPTC are co-hosting a Knowledge Transfer Knowledge (KTI) guest lecture talk by Dr Alison Campbell from KTI.

This will be held in the Main Lecture Theatre in the Bernal Institute on Thursday November 16th at 4.15 pm. Tea/Coffee will be served beforehand at 3.15 pm in the Analog Devices Building foyer area.

PRESENTATION BY
Dr Alison Campbell, OBE RTTP Director, Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI)

PRESENTATION TITLE
Key Aspects of Knowledge Transfer – KTI Perspective

Postgraduate Study Seminar

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Join us for a ‘Slice & Advice’ about postgraduate study at UL
Considering postgraduate study? Wondering what’s involved but don’t know where to start?

Have some pizza on us while we tell you what Postgraduate study options are available to you at UL.  Meet with faculty representatives and Postgraduate Career Advisors from the University of Limerick to learn what Postgraduate study options are available to you at UL for the next academic year.  

Gender ARC Seminar: Resistance, Memory and Agency in Women’s Experience of Political Violence in the

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The aim of this paper is to examine comparatively the diversity of women’s experiences of political violence in the Hispanic World by means of an exploration of the different manipulation and subversion strategies of traditional female roles put to use in the authoritarian regimes in Spain and the Southern Cone.

The Diverse Needs of Displaced Children and Families in the West of Ireland

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The Diverse Needs of Displaced Children and Families in the West of Ireland

The 2017 Bernal Research Day

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We invite you to attend the 2017 Bernal Research Day in the Analog Devices Building, University of Limerick on Thursday 23rd November followed by a buffet dinner at The Pavilion, UL.

This single day event will take place in the AD lecture room (AD2-010) and as per previous research days, this event serves to increase visibility and awareness of the breadth of current research activities and resources across the Bernal Institute.

Specific to this year’s event, we wish to focus on the impact our research activities, leading to the theme of “Advancing Materials for Impact”.

Inaugural Bolton-King Lecture

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Dr Elizabethanne Boran (Edward Worth Library, Dublin) will deliver the inaugural Bolton-King lecture at UL on 25th November 2017. Her talk is entitled "Buying and selling medical books in early eighteenth-century Dublin".

It will commence at 5.15 in GEMSO-028. All welcome! Hosted by the Centre for Early Modern Studies, Limerick.