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 […]
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 […]
Front Line Defenders will be presenting the Dublin screening of the award-winning documentary film “Gold Fever” on the global screening day, 17 October at 7 PM. This event is co-hosted by Trocaire, Oxfam Ireland and the Latin American solidarity Committee (LASC). The screening and discussion will be held at Wood Quay Venue. Following the film presentation, […]
A ‘Diablo’, a play on Human Trafficking in Ireland, written and produced by Patricia Downey, and presented by the ‘Spanner in the Works, Theatre Company’, will take place in Lecture Room G16, The Confederal School of Religions, Theology and Ecumenics, The Irish School of Ecumenics, Loyola Inst., Building, Trinity College Dublin 2, on Thursday 17 […]
Students on the MPhil, Study Abroad and PhD programmes have arrived at TCD’s Belfast campus and have enjoyed their orientation and first week of class.
Orientation for new students will take place on September 20, ISE/Loyola Building, Trinity College Dublin, 9.30am-12.30pm. We look forward to welcoming you!
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]