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Assoc Professor Emilie Pine wins Newcomer of the Year at Irish Book Awards. Learn More
'Survivors' Stories' Launched by Minister Katherine ZapponeSurvivors’ Stories, a collection of the recorded stories/transcripts of some survivors of residential institutions for women and children in Ireland, was launched this week by Katherine Zappone, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs.
Frank McGuinness awarded UCD Ulysses MedalEducator, playwright, poet and fiction writer Frank McGuinness has been honoured with the UCD Ulysses Medal at the opening of the exhibition "From Creativity to Legacy", which marks the ongoing transfer of his archive to UCD Special Collections.
Five funded PhD Scholarships announced at UCD Arts & HumanitiesThe College of Arts & Humanities at University College Dublin is pleased to announce 5 generously funded PhD studentships, with the Schools of Art History; English; History and Languages, Cultures & Linguistics. The award includes a stipend of €15,000 per annum (for four years), full fee waivers (EU and non-EU), and a travel allowance.
Exploring South Indian HistoryThe College of Arts & Humanities presents the inaugural international lecture of a new series. "Identity Issues of South India: A historical analysis up to 1967" will take place on Tuesday 16 April at 4pm in K114 in Newman Building.
This is a wonderful opportunity to explore South Asian History with visiting UCD History teaching fellow, Professor Selvanathan Lourdusamy.
Professor Kathleen James-Chakraborty awarded RIA Gold MedalUCD Arts and Humanities Professor becomes the first woman to receive the Royal Irish Academy Gold Medal. Professor Kathleen James-Chakraborty, an architectural historian from the UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy, was awarded the prestigious prize by Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh, TD, in a special ceremony at the RIA.
Graduate Study Fair 2019Starting to plan the next phase of your academic journey? Come and meet us at the UCD Graduate Study Fair 20 February 2019.
Diarmaid Ferriter releases new book "The Border"For the past two decades, you could cross the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic half a dozen times without noticing or, indeed, without turning off the road you were travelling.
Eiléan Ní Cuilleanáin lectureEiléan Ní Cuilleanáin to give lecture at UCD, 27 February 2019 - 'Instead of a Shrine: Poetry and Ritual'
Bauhaus EffectsA major conference to mark the 100-year anniversary of the influential Bauhaus school gets underway in Dublin today (07.02.19). ‘Bauhaus Effects’ leads the Irish strand of the world-wide celebrations to mark the Bauhaus centenary, and reflects on the legacy of the innovative artistic, architectural, design and teaching practices developed there.
LIVING INSIDELIVING INSIDE exhibition runs in Kilmainham Gaol from 9 February to 19 May 2019.
A story of pain and protest, change and continuity. The exhibition explores the different perspectives of six people whose lives were entangled in the history of prison reform in Ireland.
Atwood Awarded Ulysses Medal at UCDMargaret Atwood was awarded the Ulysses Medal at O'Reilly Hall on 6 June 2018, at the Imagining: Home literary event.
The Ulysses Medal is the University's highest honour. Previous medal recipients include: Mary McAleese, Bill Clinton, Seamus Heaney, Edna O'Brien and Noam Chomsky.
Associate Professor Lynda Mulvin Elected FellowCongratulations to Associate Professor Lynda Mulvin who was elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London on 1 February 2018 and formally admitted on the 28 March 2018.
Understanding New Rape CulturesThis one-day conference aims to reassess how changes in our communicative landscape – consistently advancing and invasive technologies, round-the-clock surveillance, the uptake of social and digital medias as essential life tools – have affected our understandings of rape culture.
Professor Linda Colley to give 2018 Annual LectureThe Annual Lecture, "Inscribing a Modern World: Constitutions Across Histories and Literatures", will be given by one of the world's most eminent historians, Professor Linda Colley, Professor of History, Princeton University.
As part of its Decade of Centenaries commemorations, University College Dublin marks the Centenary of WW1 Armistice through various events.UCD marks 43 who died and 445 who served and survived World War 1 as members of the British armed services.
Delving through WW1 records, UCD historian, Dr Conor Mulvagh, uncovered details of 488 staff students and graduates who served in the British army during the Great War through the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database.