MU Media Studies Festival of Lost and Future Books

The MU Media Studies department will be hosted an event at the MU Bookshop on April 7th 2022, 6-7pm which showcases books published by members of the faculty during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Friday, 25 March 2022

School of Law and Criminology hosts online panel discussion on The War in Ukraine: Law & Politics as part of Maynooth Social Justice Week 2022

This event explored the War in Ukraine through the lens of law and politics.

Thursday, 24 March 2022

Conversation & Reading with author Sophie White, hosted by Writer-in-Residence Louise O'Neill

The Department of English is delighted to host author Sophie White as our special guest on Tuesday, 29th of March at 1pm. This is the second event in a series coordinated by our inaugural Arts Council Writer in Residence, Louise O'Neill.

Tuesday, 22 March 2022

New Book: Dr Michael Cronin's 'Revolutionary Bodies: homoeroticism and the political imagination in Irish writing' (Manchester University Press)

New Book: Dr Michael Cronin's 'Revolutionary Bodies: homoeroticism and the political imagination in Irish writing' (Manchester University Press) recently published

Monday, 21 March 2022

How Much is Enough? Artwork by Kate O'Shea © 2021

Social Justice Week: Spatial Justice in Dublin 8

A series of blogs on Spatial Justice in Dublin 8 will be published this week as part of Social Justice week at Maynooth University.

Monday, 21 March 2022

Funding: NUI Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Rural Development 2022

NUI and the Department of Rural and Community Development are pleased to offer this Fellowship to support post-doctoral research in rural development in general, and specifically research which supports the objectives of the Rural Development Policy 2021-2025, Our Rural Future.

Wednesday, 16 March 2022

John Reynolds features in UCLA event on Borders, the Pandemic and Human Rights

The symposium considered the interplay of these different borders, the pandemic and human rights.

Wednesday, 16 March 2022

Unlocking Potential project present at Probation Service International Women's Day event

Professor Claire Hamilton and Paula Kearney (Unlocking Potential) presented at an event organised by the Probation Service on 'Investing in Knowledge to Break the Bias'. The event was held online on International Women's Day.

Monday, 14 March 2022

The service digitalization in fine-dining restaurants: a cost-benefit perspective

This article explored the perceived value of service digitalization in fine-dining restaurants in France.

Monday, 14 March 2022

Clíodhna Murphy contributes to EU Immigration and Asylum Law Commentary

She contributed to the updated chapter on the Seasonal Workers Directive 2014/36/EU, with Anja Wiesbrock.

Friday, 11 March 2022