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 […]
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 […]
Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies – Ireland-China Ecumenical Encounter.
A new book by Gerardo Marti (Davidson College, USA) and Gladys Ganiel (Coordinator of the MPhil in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation), The Deconstructed Church: Understanding Emerging Christianity (Oxford University Press), was showcased last month at a four-day event in Belfast, Holy Ghosts. Holy Ghosts, billed as a ‘boutique arts and theo-poetic event,’ was curated by […]
The Annual Report for 2011-2012 is now available to download here.
How contemporary reports of torture and sexualised violence can offer new understanding of the crucifixion will be explored at a public talk in Trinity College Dublin on Wednesday, November 13th, 2013. In a lecture entitled The Scandal of the Cross: Sexualised Violence, Torture and Public Theology, Dr David Tombs, Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution and […]
Sri Lanka: Post-War Development or ‘War by Other Means’ A Public Meeting and a Film Screening Tuesday, December 3rd 2013, 6pm – 9pm Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin (on main Trinity campus, the old ‘Physiology’ building, beside Department of Zoology and facing rugby pitch – enter Lincoln Place Gate) PLACES ARE LIMITED – […]
Book launch The Politics of Memory in Chile Thursday 14 November 2013 Refreshments from 6.00pm, speeches from 6.30pm. Chair: Prof. David Tombs, Director of Trinity’s Centre for Post-Conflict Justice Speaker: Dr. Cara Levey, Lecturer in Latin American Studies, University College Cork Respondent: Prof. Cath Collins, Professor of Transitional Justice, University of Ulster Book: Cath Collins, […]
Conflict Resolution & Reconciliation Students on Tour of Belfast VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL Last week students enrolled in the ‘Reconciliation in Northern Ireland’ module on the Master’s in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation had a group tour of Belfast, encompassing both the East and West of the city. Students attended the re-launch of ‘For God […]