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Cathy Higgins’ Churches in Exile: Book Launch

Cathy Higgins’ new book, Churches in Exile: Alternative Models of Church for Ireland in the 21st Century (Columba, 2013) was launched Wednesday 22 May 2013 at Skainos in East Belfast. Higgins is Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Irish School of Ecumenics. The launch followed the Church Fora Annual “Connect” conference, which was part of Community […]

Dr Peter D. Hershock Public Lecture 3 May

Public Lecture ‘Higher Education, Globalization and the Critical Emergence of Diversity – A response from a Chan Buddhist perspective’   By Dr Peter D. Hershock Venue: Neill/Hoey Theatre, in the Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin Time: 7.00 p.m., on Friday, 3rd May 2013 PETER D. HERSHOCK is Coordinator of the Asian Studies Development Program […]

Justice and Development Colloquium Monday, 15th April

 Peter J. Henriot SJ “Africa – Can Education Contribute to Development? Social and Moral Challenges” with Donal Dorr SPS “Social Analysis, Development and Education: Moral and Theological Challenges to the Church Today” Dr Peter Henriot, SJ is an influential teacher and author in the field of social analysis, global justice and Catholic social teaching.  Co-Author […]

End of Semester Drinks – Dublin

Thanks to everyone who came for end of teaching year/semester drinks yesterday and to everyone who helped prepare! We all enjoyed it, but staff were sad that we won’t see the class of 2013 as a group again-apart from those who are going on the UN field trip in 10 days – and of course […]

Academic Second Hand Book Sale

Academic Second Hand Book Sale in the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin, Bea House, Milltown Park, Dublin 6 Theology Peace Studies Ecumenics World Religions Inter-religious dialogue Northern Ireland Social Justice Human rights Conflict resolution American history and politics Biography Development Thursday 4 April and Friday 5 April from 10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. Tel. […]

Flags in Fermanagh: Fermanagh Churches Forum and How Churches Can Contribute to A Shared Future in Northern Ireland

The Fermanagh Churches Forum recently hosted a conference on “Flags, God and Divided Loyalties.” There was lively discussion and some productive thinking about how churches can contribute to the common good as Northern Ireland navigates its journey from Troubles to (hopefully) peace. The conference was organised by the Good Relations Department of Fermanagh District Council […]

Book Launch, Iain Atack, Nonviolence in Political Theory

Book Launch, Iain Atack, Nonviolence in Political Theory, (2012), Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh Family, friends, colleagues, students and alumni gathered for the launch of Nonviolence in Political Theory, (2012), Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, by Iain Atack.  The event took place in Trinity’s Long Room Hub and the book was launched by  the Hub’s Director, Professor […]