Thursday 10 March | 11:00 | C1 061
The Centre for the Study of Popular Music and Popular Culture @UL will hold a research seminar on Thursday March 24th in C1058 at 1pm.
Reading by Torsten Schulz (in German) as part of Limericker Literaturgespräche plus discussion and interview.
Time and venue: 10am in A1054, UL
Everyone is invited to a one-hour lunchtime session about the basics and background of Russia’s war against Ukraine.
Dr Jennifer Schweppe was appointed as an external expert to the 14-member Council of Europe Committee of Experts on Hate Crime (PC/ADI-CH), appointed to the Committee by the Counci
The Irish World Academy is delighted to invite you to a special performance by our artist-in-residence Rhiannon Giddens and Grammy nominated multi-instrumentalist Francesco Turrisi.
This week a report by UL School of Law's Dr Laura Cahillane and PhD researcher Saoirse Enright, along with NUIG's Dr Rónán Kennedy was published by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties.
Dr Laura Cahillane was invited to address the Oireachtas Committee on Gender Equality on how the recommendations of the Citizens' Assembly on the Constitution can be implemented.
The next scheduled CIGS Limericker Literaturgespräche with three wonderful German-speaking authors will commence in UL in March 2022.
The events will commence as follows:
Dr Declan Aherne (Head of Counselling at UL, retured) and Dr Hilary Moss established a music therapy service at the school, with Music Therapist Jessica O’Donoghue working with parents of children
Dr. Christina Morin in the school of English, Irish and Communication is author of the monograph ‘The gothic novel in Ireland, 1760-1830’.
Key Concepts in Medical Sociology (3rd edition) has just been published by SAGE. Prof. Lee Monaghan, Department of Sociology, UL, is the lead editor, in collaboration with Prof.
Postal Address: AHSS Faculty Office, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland.