Events

Saving the Famine Irish: The Grey Nuns and the Great Hunger

Exhibition at the Russell Library

When: Wednesday, 08 November 2017 to Thursday, 08 March 2018

Where: Russell Library

Susan MacWilliam - Observations and Communications at Illuminations

Susan MacWilliam’s videos, photographic works, sculptures and installations investigate obscure and overlook histories; and reflect on the research, experimental apparatus, and personalities of those involved in parapsychology and the study of perceptual phenomena.

When: Monday, 29 January 2018 to Thursday, 08 March 2018

Where: Iluminations, Iontas, North Campus

Introduction to IT-CMF (22 Feb morning)

IVI's 2018 webinar series continues with another opportunity to get an introduction to IT-CMF and its underlying concepts. This is a great chance for existing users to refresh their knowledge of IT-CMF, or for those new to IT-CMF to learn about it.

When: Thursday, 22 February 2018

Where: webinar

Concert: Sylvia O'Brien (soprano)

Regarded as one of Ireland's finest sopranos, Sylvia O'Brien presents a programme of vocal music by Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich.

When: Thursday, 22 February 2018

Where: Riverstown Hall

Philosophical Seminar: Prof. Jonathan Gorman 'Traditions in Philosophy of History'

An event organized by the Department of Philosophy. All welcome!

When: Thursday, 22 February 2018

Where: JH 7, John Hume Building

Anthropology Seminar Series, Dr Thomas Fillitz, University of Vienna

'Art and the Anthropology of Contemporaneity'

When: Thursday, 22 February 2018

Where: Anthropology Seminar Room, RH2.20 Rowan House

Geography: Prof Neil Adger and Prof Karen O'Brien Seminar

Climate Change – Perspectives on well-being, human agency and transformation. Maynooth University Department of Geography invites you to attend a joint seminar and discussion with two of the leading international scholars on the human dimensions of climate change.

When: Thursday, 22 February 2018

Where: Rocque Lab, Rhetoric House

‘I have seen better days’: Class narratives of poverty in Ireland, 1920s-1940s

Lecture to the History Research Seminar by Dr Lindsey Earner-Byrne (School of History, University College Dublin)

When: Thursday, 22 February 2018

Where: An Foras Feasa Seminar Room, First Floor, Iontas, North Campus, MU

Giving and Receiving Feedback: Responsibility-Sharing towards Enhanced Engagement

The Centre for Teaching and Learning is delighted to invite you to attend this seminar on 'Giving and Receiving Feedback: Responsibility-Sharing towards Enhanced Engagement', facilitated by Dr Naomi Winstone (University of Surrey) and Dr Robert Nash (Aston University).

When: Friday, 23 February 2018

Where: Room 003, School of Education, North Campus, Maynooth University

Anthropology & Development Postgraduate Workshop

"The peasant studies tradition: Taking stock, moving on"

When: Friday, 23 February 2018

Where: John Hume Board Room, John Hume Building, North Campus

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