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    Three Questions with . . . Jennifer Todd

    Professor Jennifer Todd, Fellow at the Geary Institute for Public Policy at University College Dublin, focuses her research and writing on the interrelation of socio-economic and political processes and processes of cultural change.
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    Three Questions with . . . Ailbhe Darcy

    Ailbhe Darcy is a poet, a critic, and Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University. Read about her new book and what, during the pandemic, she is missing. In short: "I miss it all. I love the world dearly and I dearly want it back."
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    Three Questions with . . . Daniel Carey

    Daniel Carey, Director of the Moore Institute for Research in the Humanities and Social Studies, NUI Galway, answers "Three Questions." Find out what he is reading, researching, and—during the pandemic—missing. 
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    Three Questions with . . . Sonja Tiernan

    Sonja Tiernan is the Eamon Cleary Chair of Irish Studies and co-director of the Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Otago, New Zealand. She inaugurates a new series for our website: Three Questions.
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    Madelyn Lugli: The interdisciplinary lens of Irish Studies

    Now at Northwestern University as a doctoral student in History, Madelyn Lugli '16 reflects on how the interdisciplinary training she received in Irish Studies fostered an ability to incorporate diverse perspectives into her work. 
  6. Commentary: "We need a hive mind, not a herd mentality"

    Nessa Cronin, Lecturer in Irish Studies, Centre for Irish Studies, and Associate Director of the Moore Institute, NUI Galway, asks important questions on life after lockdown in a commentary published by the Irish Humanities Alliance: W...
  7. Reflections on the Poetry of Eavan Boland

    Marie Doyle '21 offers her reflections on encountering the poetry of Eavan Boland (1944-2020) while studying abroad in Notre Dame's program at the National University of Ireland Galway and enrolled in the course "The West in th...
  8. The Work of Metaphor in the Coronavirus Pandemic

    In a piece published  by the Irish Humanities Alliance, Professor Daniel Carey, Director of the Moore Institute for Research in the Humanities and Social Studies at the National University of Ireland, Galway, writes abou...
  9. Living in Lockdown: Can Literature Help?

    What can literature offer us during a pandemic? Keough-Naughton Faculty Fellow Barry McCrea, the Donald R. Keough Family Professor of Irish Studies, and Professor of English, Irish Language and Literature, and Romance Languages and Lit...
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