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The Faculty of AHSS prides itself on the quality of its teaching and its commitment to research and places a strong emphasis on the role of debate and discussion in the development of knowledge and analytical skills.


 

AHSS Postgraduate Research Conference 2018 - The annual AHSS Postgraduate Conference took place on Tuesday 22nd May in the IWAMD Building. The conference highlights the research of the Faculty’s postgraduate students, and gives students the opportunity to present in a real conference environment. Each conference panel was chaired by a PhD student, and the day also featured a number of academic posters… Continue reading AHSS Postgraduate Research Conference 2018
OPINION: What do our accents say about us? - Dr Máiréad Moriarty, School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics, writes for RTÉ Brainstorm that while it is impossible to speak without an accent, it is something which is ultimately controlled by ourselves. Despite the fact that many people believe they do not speak with an accent, the reality is that it is impossible to… Continue reading OPINION: What do our accents say about us?
Law students from UL on educational trip to The Hague - Students on the LL.M./M.A. Human Rights in Criminal Justice and LL.M. General programmes at the University of Limerick travelled to Den Haag in the Netherlands this May for an educational tour. The touring party caught the early bus from Amsterdam to visit the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court. While there, students… Continue reading Law students from UL on educational trip to The Hague
OPINION: Does Israel’s treatment of Palestinians amount to apartheid? - John Hogan, Department of Politics and Public Administration, writes for RTÉ’s Brainstorm that many of the human rights violations suffered by Palestinians today call to mind the ills of apartheid, though there are some important differences. Amidst the shocking footage from the Gaza-Israel border this week, many online observers noted one photograph for its similarity to… Continue reading OPINION: Does Israel’s treatment of Palestinians amount to apartheid?
Online Law of Evidence module open to all at the University of Limerick - The School of Law at the University of Limerick is pleased to offer a Law of Evidence module for 12 weeks starting in September 2018. This module is open to everyone, and can be taken as a standalone link-in module, called a University Certificate of Study. The Law of Evidence is the means by which… Continue reading Online Law of Evidence module open to all at the University of Limerick

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