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Our graduates, a year on: Seán Lynch - We’re catching up with our 2017 graduates, to see where they’re at, a year on. Seán Lynch graduated with a BA in Journalism & New Media from the University of Limerick in 2017. He talks about his time at UL, what he’s currently doing, and has some great advice for our Journalism final year students.… Continue reading Our graduates, a year on: Seán Lynch
Diplomacy and Politics: The Vatican Secret Archives - Originally posted on Centre for Early Modern Studies, Limerick:
Stephen Griffin, PhD student in the Department of History, UL, writes about evidence for high levels of international diplomacy in archives in Rome and Vienna: I recently undertook a short trip to Rome to conduct archival research at the Vatican Secret Archives. The purpose of this…
What was St Patrick’s Day like in 1918? - 1918 was a seminal year in Irish, European and global history. Dr Karol Mullaney-Dignam, Course Director, MA in Public History & Cultural Heritage at UL looks back on St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland a century ago. Witness statements given decades later to the Bureau of Military History (1913–21) by former volunteers detailed local tensions with… Continue reading What was St Patrick’s Day like in 1918?
Vulnerable Adults and the Law - The School of Law at the University of Limerick hosted a special evening seminar entitled ‘Vulnerable Adults and the Law’ this week. The objective of the seminar was to explore the invisible challenges that vulnerable members of society face when confronted with modern criminal justice systems. The keynote speaker for the event was Mr Dean… Continue reading Vulnerable Adults and the Law
Starting My Study Abroad Journey!! - Originally posted on Study Ireland - Stories & Tips from International Students:
Jena Araojo hails from Virginia, USA and us in Ireland for a semester to Study Abroad. Jena is planning on making the most of her study abroad journey and here she gives us an update on how it is going so far. “Traveling…


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