The Irish School of Ecumenics Trust provides guidance and support for the work of the Irish School of Ecumenics (ISE) in Dublin and Belfast. Since 1970, ISE has been Ireland’s leading centre for promoting, researching and teaching about peace and reconciliation on the island of Ireland and in the wider world. Read more...

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  • Religion in Times of Crisis, co-edited by Gladys Ganiel, published by Brill

    Religion in Times of Crisis, a new book co-edited by ISE’s Gladys Ganiel (coordinator of the Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation programme),  Heidemarie Winkel of the Technical University of Dresden and Christophe Monnot of the University of Lausanne, has been published by Brill (2014) as part of the Association for the Sociology of Religion’s (ASR) “Religion […]

  • Franka Winter Earns Irish Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship

    Franka Winter, who completed her Ph.D. at the Irish School of Ecumenics last year, has been awarded a prestigious Irish Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the National University of Ireland in Maynooth. Dr Winter’s post-doctoral project is titled, “Being Young and Middle-Class in Contemporary Urban Latin America.” Her mentor at Maynooth will be Dr Barry […]

  • Prof. Gillian Wylie welcomes alumni

    Prof. Gillian Wylie was delighted to host and welcome past and current students, their family and friends to this now well established informal celebration.