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Art of the Troubles: Culture, Conflict and Commemoration

IBIS and the Ulster Museum jointly hosted the above-titled conference on Friday, 6 June 2014 at the Ulster Museum, Belfast. The event complemented the 'Art of the Troubles' exhibition currently on show at the museum and explored the role of art and artistic interventions in reshaping social relations in Northern Ireland. Read More


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IBIS Annual Conference 2014

Tanaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mr Eamon Gilmore, TD provided the opening address at the 2014 IBIS Annual Conference, which took place at the John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies, UCD on Monday, 16th June.  The title of this year's conference was 'Constitutions and Culture Wars: Northern Ireland, the Irish State and the North-South Dimension'Read More


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Floya Anthias Lecture

UCD Schools of Social Justice, Politics and International Relations (IBIS) and Sociology hosted a public lecture with Professor Floya Anthias and respondent Dr Erika Bernacchi on Tuesday 27th May at 6.30pm in Theatre 1, Arts Block, Newman Building, UCD. Read More



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