Baroness Nuala O’Loan spoke on the importance of studying conflict resolution and reconciliation at the launch of Trinity College Dublin at Belfast’s (the Irish School of Ecumenics) new master’s (M.Phil.) programme in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation on Thursday 21 October 2010 at TCD at Belfast. Baroness O’Loan, Special Envoy to Timor-Leste for the Republic of […]
Current and Prospective Students should be advised of a revised programme of key dates for 2010-2011, available here. They also can access select materials related to Dublin programmes, including syllabi for some modules, by clicking here.
The materials provided below will be useful for new M.Phil. students attending Orientation in Dublin. Orientation Agenda Module Timetable Student Handbook Essay Deadlines Key Dates – Updated
Students entering the M.Phil. in International Peace Studies in Autumn 2010 should bear the following dates in mind: 24 September Morning: Orientation Day, ISE Milltown Michelmas (1st) Term: 27 September -17 December Hilary (2nd) Term: 17 January-8 April NB: UN field trip,: April 18 and 19 2011 Incoming students can click hereto see a list of […]
Postgraduate registration week on the main campus begins Tuesday 14 September 2010. Orientation at ISE in Milltown will be Friday morning 24 September 2010 (further details to follow). Michaelmas term teaching is Monday 27 September 2010 to Friday 17 December 2010. Hilary term teaching is Monday 17 January 2011 to Friday 8 April 2011. Trinity […]
Doctoral Candidate Celia Kenny won the prize for the best article in Trinity College’s Journal of Postgraduate Research, "Private Parts and Public Spaces: A Feminist Ethic of Embodiment.” The journal was launched on Monday 28 June, 2010. Photo: Celia Kenny with TCD Provost John Hegarty.
The alumni night was held on July 1st and was a great success. We were delighted to listen to ISE graduate, Manus de Barra, (International Peace Studies 2004/05) speak about his time at ISE and the lessons learnt for his work, first in the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and now in the Office of […]
International experts on intervention in ethnic conflict gathered for a one-day workshop on April 30, 2010 hosted by Dr Etain Tannam, International Peace Studies, to discuss EU and UN intervention from empirical and theoretical perspectives. Participants listen to Dr Ken McDonagh (Dublin City Univeristy) and Professor Ben Tonra (University College Dublin) Dr Anne-Marie Rodt (Exeter) […]
For more information about our conference, ‘From World Mission to Interreligious Witness: Visioning Ecumenics in the 21st Century,’ 16-18 June 2010 at Trinity College Dublin, click here. Please note the location for the conference is the Arts Building in the main TCD campus. Click here for a map. For more information about our Summer School, […]
The Irish School of Ecumenics Trust has instituted the Boris Trajkovski Scholarship which will be awarded annually to a student from the Balkans region to undertake a taught masters programme in either ecumenical studies, international peace studies, or reconciliation studies. The scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the Methodist Church in Britain, in […]