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Bodies of Data: Intersecting Medical and Digital Humanities

A two-day conference hosted by the Irish Humanities Alliance in conjunction with UCD & DIT, 22nd and 23rd of November

Sexual Counter-Revolutions — The Case of Russia

Alexander Kondakov will be speaking about his work on sexual counter-revolutions, the struggles of LGBTQ communities and queer coalition and resistance in Russia, 26th November

UCD/Arts Council Writer's Fellowship 2019 announced

Sinéad Gleeson will be teaching Creative Writing in the School of English, Drama, Film and Creative Writing in Spring and Summer 2019

Voices of War: A commemorative recital of poetry and music

To mark the centenary of the Armistice of 1918 two performances of this programme are taking place on the 9th and the 11th of November

Novelising King Lear: In Conversation with Anne Enright and Preti Taneja

Chaired by Dr Miranda Thomas and introduced by Prof Danielle Clarke, this event is taking place at 6 pm, 8th of November, in the Clinton Auditorium.

Winner of Maeve Binchy Award 2018

Rosa Jones named as winner of Maeve Binchy Award

Anne Enright becomes Ireland’s first Professor of Fiction

Award-winning novelist Anne Enright starts her new role this week at University College Dublin.

Metaphoric Stammers and Embodied Speakers

An interdisciplinary conference exploring cultural and clinical practice in the area of dysfluency, 12 October, 2018

Irish Writers Celebrate Edna O'Brien

A celebration of the author's sixty year career, 17th September, Student Centre, UCD

Irish Dance Scholars

UCD is looking for talented students with Irish dancing experience from across UCD to join this University ensemble

Writing Lives in Europe 1500-1700

Upcoming conference to be held in University College Dublin 6-8 September 2018

Understanding New Rape Cultures

Two Day conference, 13th – 14th September 2018, Humanities Institute of Ireland, UCD

John Pollard Newman Fellowship in Creativity

As part of its programme to provide postdoctoral research opportunities for scholars of proven academic excellence, University College Dublin is pleased to announce the John Pollard Newman Fellowship in Creativity.

Notes to Self by Emilie Pine Launched

On the 19th of July, Emilie Pine launched Notes to Self, a collection of personal essays published by Tramp Press in the Workman's Club.

Applications invited from Irish writers for Writer's Fellowship

The School of English, Drama, Film and Creative Writing invites Irish writers of established reputation to submit applications for a Writer's Fellowship jointly funded by the Arts Council and the School.