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Hon. Mr Justice John Edwards gives guest lecture at UL on the European Arrest Warrant

The Hon. Mr Justice John Edwards, Judge of the Court of Appeal and Adjunct Professor in the School of Law ay UL, delivered a guest lecture on ‘The Implications of Recent Decisions of the CJEU for Requests on Foot of European Arrest Warrants for the Surrender of Persons who were Tried In Absentia’, on 2nd… Continue reading Hon. Mr Justice John Edwards gives guest lecture at UL on the European Arrest Warrant

All posts, Research postgraduates, Students

Poster presentation workshop

At the Annual AHSS Research Conference scheduled for 7 May 2019 in UL, postgraduate researchers can submit a paper or a poster.  In advance of the conference, a workshop was organised to assist researchers on how to design a poster from scratch using power point. Dr Michelle Stevenson, School of Law, presented a very helpful… Continue reading Poster presentation workshop

All posts, Modern Languages & Applied Linguistics, News & events, Research

Internationalisation of Higher Education in practice: Promoting foreign language learning in multicultural settings

Dr Marie-Thérèse Batardière, Catherine Jeanneau and Dr Veronica O’Regan (School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics) presented findings from a research project entitled ‘Internationalisation of Higher Education in practice: Promoting foreign language learning in multicultural settings’ at the international AILA conference, Educating the Global Citizen - International Perspectives on Foreign Language Teaching in the Digital… Continue reading Internationalisation of Higher Education in practice: Promoting foreign language learning in multicultural settings

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UL Journalism students receive 17 nominations in National Media Awards

UL journalism students have secured a record number of nominations in the National Student Media Awards. Limerick Voice, which was named newspaper of the year in 2018, has been nominated for the third year running in a number of different categories including: Newspaper of the Year Layout and Design Website of the Year Frances Watkins,… Continue reading UL Journalism students receive 17 nominations in National Media Awards

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BBC Africa Editor Fergal Keane to give keynote lecture in UL

The BBC Africa Editor Fergal Keane will give a keynote lecture at a major journalism conference in the University of Limerick on Thursday April 11th 2019. Mr Keane who is the new Adjunct Professor of Journalism at UL will give the keynote lecture on: Journalism and Democracy under Siege: How Can We Combat the Threat… Continue reading BBC Africa Editor Fergal Keane to give keynote lecture in UL

All posts, In the press, Politics & Public Administration, Research, Research postgraduates, Students

Opinion: 25 years on from the Rwanda genocide. Can we make sure it never happens again?

Cian Matthew Kearns is a PhD candidate in the Department of Politics at the University of Limerick.  His PhD on risk assessment models for genocide is funded through the Irish Research Council and the Department of Foreign Affairs. Cian wrote an opinion piece for the Journal.ie: '25 years on from the Rwanda genocide. Can we make… Continue reading Opinion: 25 years on from the Rwanda genocide. Can we make sure it never happens again?

All posts, Research, Research postgraduates, Sociology

AHSS PhD candidate’s research included in special journal ‘Asylum Narratives’

Department of Sociology PhD Candidate, Niamh Dillon, was invited to the launch of Asylum Narratives, a special edition of the Studies in Arts and Humanities journal, on 30th January. Niamh’s research is included in this collection of academic essays, journal reflections, observations, audio and video recordings, photography and poetry. The collection was put together following… Continue reading AHSS PhD candidate’s research included in special journal ‘Asylum Narratives’

All posts, English, Irish & Communication, News & events

UL English lecturer wins Robert Rhodes Prize for Books on Literature

Congratulations to Dr Tina Morin (School of English, Irish and Communication), who was recently awarded the prestigious Robert Rhodes Prize for Books on Literature for her monograph The Gothic Novel in Ireland, c. 1760-1829. The prize is named in honour of a founding member of the American Conference for Irish Studies, which held its annual… Continue reading UL English lecturer wins Robert Rhodes Prize for Books on Literature

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Minister announces new youth justice strategy in partnership with UL Law research team

Details of the new strategy and the associated Reform and Development Programme for 106 Garda Youth Diversion Projects (GYDPs) located around the country were announced by Minister of State for Equality, Immigration and Integration, David Stanton. It will begin with a GYDP Action Research Project that will work with 15 GYDPs across 10 counties over… Continue reading Minister announces new youth justice strategy in partnership with UL Law research team

All posts, International students, Students

Immersing Yourself in Irish Culture Through Different Courses

Study Ireland - Stories & Tips from International Students

If you’re thinking
about studying abroad, you’re probably wondering what kind of classes you can
take while here at UL. There are a wide range of classes to choose from
including Irish cultural classes! If you have room in your schedule I would
suggest taking some Irish cultural classes, as you get to learn more about the
country that you are spending the semester in! There are lots of Irish cultural
classes that you can take, such as: Introduction to Irish Traditional Music and
Dance, Irish Folklore, Irish Language, Celtic Civilisation, Gaelic Games,
multiple Irish history courses, Irish Literature, and practicums that take you
outside of the classroom and into the city to learn from Irish people within
the community.

I personally am
taking Introduction to Irish Traditional Music and Dance, Celtic Civilisation,
and one of the practicums called ‘Limerick Inside Out.’ These classes are super
cool and you learn…

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All posts, English, Irish & Communication, Research, Research postgraduates

Conference report: EFACIS PhD seminar in Irish Studies in Leuven

Tracy McAvinue, second-year PhD candidate in the School of English, Irish and Communication, is researching the representation of “Home” by Irish women writers in the 1920s, 30s and 40s. Funded by the Faculty of AHSS, Tracy attended the EFACIS PhD seminar in Irish Studies in Leuven. She writes about her experience here: In September 2018… Continue reading Conference report: EFACIS PhD seminar in Irish Studies in Leuven

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Corpus Christi Community Choir performance at UL

On behalf of the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance and Corpus Christi School, Moyross, we are delighted to invite you to the Corpus Christi Community Choir performance on Wednesday 27th March at 11am in Theatre 2 (Tower), Irish World Academy of Music and Dance.  The community choir is a community engagement project established… Continue reading Corpus Christi Community Choir performance at UL