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Launch –
#languages250 :“Towards 250 Years of Modern Languages at Third Level”,
Royal Irish Academy in Dublin, 12  December 2023.

The launch event for #languages250 at the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin, 12  December 2023, is designed to open up …
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European Graduate Collaboration Conference –
“Taking the Bull by the Horns. Humanities and Social Science Perspectives on the Idea of Europe”, University of Augsburg (Germany), 3-5 November 2023

From 3rd – 5th November 2023 three MIC postgraduate students associated with the Irish Centre for Transnational Studies (ICTS)  participated …
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Guest Lecture –
“Exploring Silent Books: Using Wordless Picture Books in the Classroom”,
Dr Áine McGillicuddy (Dublin City University), 23 Mar 2023 @ 9am in MIC (Room S103)

In 2012 the Italian branch of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY*) established a library on Lampedusa …
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Public Lecture –
“Elizabeth Shaw: An unknown Irish writer behind an East German children’s classic”,
Sabine Egger (MIC), 23 Feb 2023 @ 6pm in the Tara Building, MIC (Room T118)

The Faculty of Arts at MIC celebrates 30 years of its landmark BA Liberal Arts this year. In celebration a …
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ICTS Webinar Series Spring 2022 –
“Digital Feminism, Activism, and Transnational Spaces”, Dr Marita Ryan (MIC),
May 4th 2022 @ 1pm (IST)

Spring Webinar Series 2022 in association with the Institute for Irish Studies and the Irish Women’s Writing Network The digital …
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Culture Festival –
“Algeria – Ireland: Resistance Cultures Festival”,
@ The Sugar Club (Dublin), 16-18 Sep 2022

Curated by: Martin Evans (Sussex University), Mairéad Ní Bhriain (MIC, Limerick), Dónal Hassett (UCC), Aoife Connolly (TU Dublin). 2022 marks …
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ICTS Roundtable –
“Digital Spaces and Gender”, Karen Sugrue (Activist & TUS); Dr Carole Quigley (Post-Doc, MIC);
TBC (Postgrad, MIC), 6 Apr 2022 @ 1pm (IST)

Sociologist, psychotherapist and activist Karen Sugrue (TUS), Dr Carole Quigley, Post-Doc Teaching Fellow in Drama & Theatre Studies (MIC), creator and host of two …
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ICTS Webinar Series Spring 2022 –
“On the Gender Gap in Literary History: Ruth Klüger and Nicole Seifert’s FrauenLiteratur (2021) and https://nachtundtag.blog”, Sandra Binnert (Justus Liebig University of Gießen), 23 Mar 2022 @ 1pm (IST)

The question of whether there is such a thing as female writing or reading has been a recurrent topic in …
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ICTS Webinar Series Spring 2022 –
“The Visibility Trap”: Sexism, Surveillance and Social Media, Dr Mary McGill (Carlow IT), 9 Mar 2022 @ 1pm (IST)

For many demographics, online visibility has become a non-negotiable aspect of selfhood in the digital age. On platforms like Instagram, …
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ICTS Webinar Series Spring 2022 –
‘Transnational Families during Covid’, Dr Marc Scully (MIC), 2 Mar 2022 @ 1pm (IST)

This paper gives a partial overview of  a recent project on the experiences of transnational families between Ireland and Britain …
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