Maynooth University’s Sexualities and Gender (SexGen) Research Network is delighted to present an online, graduate-research symposium from 10am-12pm on Monday 23rd November via Zoom.
When: Monday, 23 November 2020
‘Emerging Perspectives on the Middle East and North Africa from Ireland’, the first networking event of the newly established Irish Network for Middle Eastern and North African Studies, will take place online on 15-16 November 2020.
When: Sunday, 15 November 2020
SAR Network – Ireland, of which Maynooth University is a founding member, is hosting a series of webinars addressing Academic Freedom at Risk. Our first Webinar is on 6 November 2020 examining the Hidden Threat of Covid-19 to Academic Freedom.
When: Friday, 06 November 2020
Inaugurating our Poetry and Poetics event series, Carolyn Forché will be reading from her latest collection, In the Lateness of the World, and engaging in a question and answer session on poetry and poetics at times of crisis with staff, students, and attendees.
When: Thursday, 05 November 2020
You are invited to the launch on Zoom by Professor Nicholas Canny of Brigid Clesham’s book - 'George Macnemara of Cong: Folklore & Facts 1722–1760' Date: Wednesday 21 October at 4 pm
When: Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Next week is Research Week and traditionally the week in which we have the Dean's Lecture. Obviously, as with every other live event at the moment, the Dean's Lecture cannot go ahead in its usual format. So, this year we will host three short Dean's Lectures on three successive evenings of Research Week.
When: Tuesday, 20 October 2020
Research Seminar Series: Writing and Righting: Literature in the Endtimes (?) of Human Rights - Prof. Lyndsey Stonebridge
Drawing from her new book, Writing and Righting: Literature in the Age of Human Rights, in this talk Lyndsey Stonebridge argues that we need to re-think the relationship between literature and human rights for an age where the value of both is under question.
When: Thursday, 15 October 2020
Research Seminar Series: War and the destabilising effect of Black girlhood in Paule Marshall's Brown Girl, Brownstones (1959) and Danzy Senna's Caucasia (1998) - Dr. Nicole King
This is the first in a series seminars on Humanities and Human Right hosted by the English Department and CRISES in conjunction with the Arts & Humanities Institute.
When: Thursday, 08 October 2020
Maynooth University Arts and Humanities Institute are delighted to announce that the postponed #EWA20 Conference, will now go #EWAVirtual on 21-22 September 2020.
When: Monday, 21 September 2020
The symposium will be held in English and registration is free of charge. Please register by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org by 20th of July 2020.
When: Friday, 24 July 2020