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Faculty research funding 2017

The following faculty have been awarded research support from the Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences. The total funding amount for 2017 was €19,417.

NAME DEPARTMENT OR SCHOOL ACTIVITY
Amanda Haynes Department of Sociology To organise a workshop at the Victim Support Europe Conference, 2017
Andrew Shorten Department of Politics and Public Administration To present a paper at the European Consortium of Political Research’s Joint Sessions of workshops, Nottingham, Apr’17
Ann Marcus-Quinn School of Culture and Communication To present at Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education conference, Dublin,
Audrey Galvin School of Culture and Communication To organise a symposium on Mental Health, UL, April ’17.
Breda Gray Department of Sociology To present at European Consortium for Political Research conference, Oslo, Sep’17
Catriona Moloney School of Law To deliver an international course on a two-week University Immersion Program at Sichuan University, China
David Coughlan School of Culture and Communication To organise a seminar at the American Comparative Literature Association, Utrecht, the Netherlands, Jul’17
Frank Haege Department of Politics and Public Administration To present a paper at the EUSA conference, Miami Florida, May’17
Ger Coffey School of Law To present at the International Criminal Law Committee of the International Law Assoc, South Africa, June-Jul’17
Izabela Handzlik Department of Sociology To undertake fieldwork on Muslim communities in Switzerland
James Carr Department of Sociology To organise a two-day conference on Football Collective at UL, Nov’17
Jennifer Schweppe School of Law To present at the International Network for Hate Studies Conference, Ontario, Canada, May/Jun’17.
John Lombard School of Law To present a paper at 6th Conference of the European Assoication of Health Law, Bergen.
Karol Mullaney-Dignam Department of History To undertake fieldwork on Eighteenth-century Arts Education and present a paper at the inaugural colloquim, Glasgow.
Kathryn OSullivan School of Law To present at the 16th World Conference on International Society of Family Law, Amsterdam, July’17.
Laura Cahillane School of Law To present at Women’s Legal Landmarks workshop, Birmingham, February 17
Laura Donnellan School of Law To present a paper at EU Approach to Animal Welfare conference, Oxford, July 17.
Lydia Bracken School of Law To present at the 7th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights conference, Dublin Jun’17.
Mariano Paz School of Modern Languages and Applied Linquistics To present at the Society for Latin American Studies, Glasgow, Apr’17.
Martin J Power Department of Sociology To undertake fieldwork on Homeless service activities.
Michael Griffin School of Culture and Communication To present a paper at Eighteenth-Century Studies annual conference, Minneapolis,
Myriam Benraad Department of Politics and Public Administration To undertake fieldwork on the role of emotion in violence
Norah Burns School of Law To present a paper at Ireland International Conference on Education, Dublin Oct’17
Owen Worth Department of Politics and Public Administration To support a paper delivered at a historical Materialism Conference, Beirut, 2017
Roberto Mazza Department of History To undertake fieldwork on archives of Italian Foreign Office in Rome.
Rory Costello Department of Politics and Public Administration To undertake fieldwork on the Irish general election.
Scott Fitzsimmons Department of Politics and Public Administration To present at the Canadian Political Science Association, Toronto, May-June’17.
Susan Leahy School of Law To present at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, Newcastle, Apr’17
Susan Leahy School of Law To organise the Centre for Crime, Justice and Victim Studies Conference at UL, October 2017
Tina O’Toole School of Culture and Communication To present a paper at Queering Ireland conference, University of South Carolina, May 2017
Veronica O’Regan School of Modern Languages and Applied Linquistics To co-present a paper at Language in the Media Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, Oct’17.
Yvonne Cleary School of Culture and Communication To present at IEEE Professional Communication Society conference, Wisconsin, USA.
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