Dr Cat Porter (Geography) has been awarded a grant from the Royal Irish Academy under the R.J.
RTE's Brainstorm recently featured a post co-authored by Laura Cahillane from the School of Law entitled: What Irish judges should be taught before they go on the bench.
Who rules Russia? Is Putin in charge? Is he a modern day Tzar whose decision is final? Or is Russia controlled by an elite? And what does this tell us about the invasion of Ukraine?
The Fragmented Pasts Seminar Series will commence on the 7th of April at 3pm online.
Lisa Fagin-Davis, Medieval Academy of America
The Irish Judicial Studies Journal has published its first edition of 2022, a special edition on the subject of Judicial education, conduct and ethics.
Dr Laura Cahillane was interviewed on RTE's Morning Ireland this morning about the publication of the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill.
Are state apologies following conflict- related sexual violence meaning- less?
How can the state perform redress for gendered violence? Join us to discuss these issues.
31st March, 1.15pm Theatre 1, Irish World Academy
Rachel Murphy has recently released a piece on RTÉ Brainstorm explaining 'Why your census form will be of interest 100 years from now'.
Sorcha de Brún's poem, 'Amárach' (Tomorrow) was published in The Irish Times on Monday, 21st March 2022.
See poem below.
Thursday 24th March, Dr Rachel Murphy presented at the Keeping and Making Diaries: Historical Sources and Perspectives conference which was hosted by Churchill College, Cambridge.
2PM Monday 28th March
Jonathan Swift Lecture Theatre, Main Building
Postal Address: AHSS Faculty Office, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland.