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ANALYSIS: Why do so many capitals of culture run into problems?

Analysis: as Galway is currently finding out, the experience of being the designated Capital of Culture does not always run smoothly. By Dr Niamh NicGhabhann, Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, for RTÉ Brainstorm. In 2013, the streets of the city of Marseille were filled with sheep, horses and cattle. The animals filled the… Continue reading ANALYSIS: Why do so many capitals of culture run into problems?

All posts, Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, Students, Taught postgraduates

Ella Clarke, MA in Ethnochoreology

By Ella Clarke, MA in Ethnochoreology 2017/18 I often get asked what I’m studying, and when I say I am studying ethnochoreology, people get very curious. You’re studying what? I love to explain…ethnochoreology is the study of human movement and dance, specific to the society and culture it inhabits. It is interdisciplinary using concepts from… Continue reading Ella Clarke, MA in Ethnochoreology

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Language Exchange meeting for UL and international students

Each semester the Language Learning Hub at the University of Limerick organises a Language Exchange Meeting, which give UL students and international students the chance to meet, improve their languages and learn about each others' cultures.   More photos can be found on Languages@UL's Facebook page. Well done to Catherine Jeanneau, who organises the meeting!

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My Erasmus journey at the University of Limerick

By Nadine Kimak Hi my name is Nadine and I’m from Germany. I am studying Social Science and right now I’m doing my 3rd and 4th semester at the University of Limerick. Every time I meet new people they are really interested in why I chose Ireland and what it is like to be an… Continue reading My Erasmus journey at the University of Limerick