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Video lectures

Online video lecture series by Chris Ridgway

Saturday, 30 May 2020

'Plainchant - With or Without Organ Accompaniment'

Blog post by MA music student Fintan Farrelly

Friday, 29 May 2020

Focus Ireland and Threshold Webinar “Avoiding a rent emergency after the Covid-19 pandemic”

Webinar: Date: Thursday 28th of May Time: 2:30pm - 3:30pm Speakers: Dr Mary Murphy (Maynooth University) Dr Barra Roantree (ESRI) John-Mark McCafferty (Threshold)

Thursday, 28 May 2020

‘Digital Preservation of Reproductive Health Resources: Archiving the 8th’ project

The Digital Repository of Ireland is celebrating the launch of a new project that will provide long-term preservation and access to at-risk materials generated by the women’s reproductive health movement during the campaign in the approach to the 2018 referendum on the 8th Amendment.

Thursday, 28 May 2020

MU research highlights concerns of primary school principals linked to COVID-19

Maynooth University has published research looking at how primary school principals have adapted to school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thursday, 28 May 2020

Master’s Degree in Musicology: Work experience in the Russell Library

Plainchant Manuscripts and their Digitisation

Friday, 22 May 2020

We are hiring

Postdoctoral Researcher Vacancy (SHAPES Project)

Closing Date: Sunday, 7th June 2020.

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Dr David Doyle has received an IRC New Foundations award for a project entitled On the Brink: The Legal and Cultural Implications of Extinction and De-Extinction

This collaborative project (with Dr Shane McCorristine, Newcastle University, Dr Aisling McMahon, Maynooth University and An Taisce) will develop knowledge about the legal and cultural implications of the extinction and de-extinction of non-human species in the twenty-first century.

Friday, 15 May 2020

Dr. Bracken-Roche, Assistant Professor of Criminology, has won an Irish Research Council New Foundations Award for her project entitled 'Big Data Governance: The adoption of surveillance technologies by policing and security agencies'.

Surveillance studies is nascent in Ireland, and limited research has been done on how domestic policing, safety, and security agencies adopt and deploy surveillance technologies. In Ireland, the Civil Defence Force have at least 20 drones, and the Gardaí have been exploring the possibility of purchasing drones since 2015. This project represents a new phase of data collection, network building, and research dissemination on the adoption and use of mobile surveillance technologies, specifically drones and big data practices, by policing agencies.

Thursday, 14 May 2020

Research Centres Scheme 2020: Successful Candidates

Despite pandemical constraints, the Faculty’s Research Centres Scheme 2020, co-funded by the Institute and the Dean’s Office, has been successfully run. It is designed to support the development of fresh faculty research initiatives that are both interdisciplinary and collaborative.

Wednesday, 13 May 2020

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