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, 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 was delighted to host and welcome past and current students, their family and friends to this now well established informal celebration.
Irish School of Ecumenics students participated in a summer school on “Understanding Protestantism, Unionism and Loyalism,” 10-12 July 2014. The school featured lectures by Dr James Wilson, a freelance consultant and lecturer, on the historical development of Orangeism and PUL cultures and understandings, as well as contemporary issues like the flags protests and the controversies […]
The summer 2014 edition of the Inter Church Fora Newsletter is available to read online.
Gillian Wylie and Etain Tannam attended coffee and discussion at the U.S. Ambassador’s Residence.
Ethical Media Interview with Prof Geraldine Smyth.
The Irish School of Ecumenics is seeking candidates for a Ph.D. Studentship.
9.30am – 12.30pm at the ISE-LI Building, main campus TCD.
Honey Bee Ireland – Nepal Peacebuilding Scholarship. Irish Postgraduate Scholarship in International Peace Studies – available for Nepali Students and Professionals.