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Seminar with Gerry Hefferan on Solidarity and the Journey for Justice: an Australian Perspective, 15 October

Irish School of Ecumenics presents Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies Seminar Local People, Local Stories – Solidarity and the Journey for Justice: an Australian Perspective Gerard Hefferan Fr. Gerry Hefferan is a priest of the Archdiocese of Brisbane, Australia, an experienced practitioner in the field of Intercultural Theology and a leader in community-based solidarity projects […]

‘Religious Pluralities and the Question of Theologies at the University’ Lecture TUESDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2013

The Loyola Institute and the Trinity Long Room Hub invites you to a lecture TUESDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2013 17:00 – 18:00 ‘Religious Pluralities and the Question of Theologies at the University’ A lecture by Professor Peter Strohschneider (University of Munich, and Head of German Research Foundation)  The lecture will be followed by a Round Table discussion entitled […]

Culture Night 2013

Culture Night 2013 will take place on Friday September 20th from 5pm-11pm. Now in our 8th year we are delighted to have a record amount of diverse cultural organisations transforming Dublin by night! To celebrate Culture Night a specially commissioned fanfare will be premiered by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra in Meeting House Square and broadcast […]

Irish Network for Studies in Buddhism (INSB) seminar

From Laurence Carroll to U Dhammaloka: Irish hobo, Buddhist monk, anti-colonial agitator Irish Network for Studies in Buddhism (INSB) seminar Tuesday, 10 September, 2 – 5 pm Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College (east end of TCD campus, close to Westland Row and Lincoln Place entrances; Google map http://goo.gl/purj5). In 1872 Booterstown-born Laurence Carroll worked […]

Smyth and Ganiel Speak at Merriman Summer School

Dr Geraldine Smyth and Dr Gladys Ganiel were both speakers at this year’s Merriman Summer School, 14-18 August in Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare. The theme of the school was ‘Ireland: North and South – Two Societies Growing Apart?’ The programme featured a range of academic, poetic and musical contributions, including performances by Seamus Heaney and Michael […]

Photos & Speech from Alumnae / Alumni Evening

the evening was hosted by Prof. Iain Atack, Head of  the Confederal School of Religions, Theology and Ecumenics. Rose Foley’s speech is below the photos. Click on a photo below for the large version. Rose Foley, ISE 1996 Peace Studies graduate, talking at Alumni Gathering on Wednesday, June 26, on the new grounds of the ISE […]