Archive | January, 2011

Public Lecture on Philipp Melanchthon – Reformer, Mon. 24 Jan 2011

Philipp Melanchthon – reformer between Humanism, Protestantism and Catholicism Professor Martin H.Jung D.Th. University of Osnabrück Response: Dr Andrew Pierce Irish School of Ecumenics Monday 24th January 2011 at 8pm J.M. Synge Theatre, Arts Building Trinity College Dublin Professor Jung’s Publications include: Theologians of the 16th century: Humanism, Reformation and Roman Catholic Renewal; Protestantism in […]

Prof. Felix Wilfred Lecture Series

The Irish School of Ecumenics, TCD, is hosting a public lecture series by Prof. Felix Wilfred of the University of Madras, India, on ‘Indic Religions and Southasian Diasporas: Towards Religious Cosmopolitanism,’ January-April 2011 in the Long Room Hub, TCD, on Thursdays 7.30-9.00 pm. Note: Change of Venue for Feb 10 Lecture of Prof. Felix Wilfred […]

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity: Resources Available

The Irish School  of Ecumenics has made available resources for the Week for Prayer for Christian Unity, 18-25 January 2011. Please read below an introductory letter from Dr Geraldine Smyth, head of the Irish School of Ecumenics. You also can access the sample homily notes and order of service. Dear Friend, As the Irish School […]

Continuing Education Course, ‘Ethical Remembering’ Begins 19 Jan in Belfast

Ethical Remembering: Acknowledging the Decade of Change and Violence, 1912-1922 A six session course from 19 January 2011-23 February 2011, 7.30-9.30 pm at the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin at Belfast 683 Antrim Road, Belfast, BT15 4EG Course facilitators: Dr Johnston McMaster & Dr Cathy Higgins Wednesday 19 January 2011 Ethical Remembering and […]

Prof. Felix Wilfred joins Trinity College Dublin in Spring 2011

Prof. Felix Wilfred (Univ. of Madras, India) joins Trinity College Dublin in Spring 2011 as first holder of the rotational ICCR chair in Indic Religions and Southasian Diaspora, jointly sponsored by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), the Irish School of Ecumenics, and the South Asia Initiative at Trinity College Dublin. During Spring 2011, […]

Launch of Cath Collins Book on Post-Transitional Justice, 18 January 2011

You are warmly invited to a book launch for Cath Collins’ new book, Post-Transitional Justice: Human Rights Trials in Chile and El Salvador (Penn State Press, Autumn 2010) Tuesday, 18 January 2011 5:30pm Reception 6:00pm Launch. Speakers: Prof. Colm Campbell, Transitional Justice Institute, University of Ulster and Dr. David Tombs, Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity […]

New Internship Service offered by International Peace Studies

International Peace Studies has created a new internship service to help a number of students secure internships in various NGOs in Dublin, Belfast, Geneva and Brussels. This service is proving very popular with students who want to work for NGOS, or international organisations and who seek to be more competitive in the employment market when […]