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Kath Browne MRIA: GeographerMonday, 27 March 2023
Professor Browne’s research focuses on creating new understandings of how societies differentiate and create hierarchies and inequalities. She seeks positive social change that recognises that where we are matters to...
Enrico Dal Lago MRIA: HistorianWednesday, 22 February 2023
Professor Dal Lago’s research looks at the comparative history of the nineteenth-century Americas and Europe—particularly the United States in the era of the American civil war and Italy in the age of Italian national...
Claudia Kinmonth MRIA: Independent researcher, art and design historianTuesday, 22 November 2022
Dr Kinmonth’s interdisciplinary research, drawing from texts, manuscripts, poetry, oral history, artworks and objects, allied to her experience as a restorer and woodworker, enhances appreciation of how the rural...
James O’Gara MRIA: Professor of MicrobiologyWednesday, 12 October 2022
Professor O’Gara’s research seeks to improve the treatment options for chronic infections by finding new ways to overcome antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and to eradicate biofilms.
Deirdre Madden MRIA: Professor of LawWednesday, 26 January 2022
Professor Madden’s work is driven by the endless diversity and topicality of the issues that arise in the intersection of health law, medicine and ethics.
Michael Morris MRIA: ChemistMonday, 13 December 2021
Professor Morris suggests that the challenges and benefits of the circular economy represent a new industrial revolution.
Helene McNulty MRIA: Human NutritionistThursday, 4 November 2021
Professor McNulty’s research programme aims to provide greater understanding of nutrition-related health issues throughout the lifecycle, and to contribute to food and health policy in Ireland, the UK and...
Bashar Nuseibeh MRIA: Software EngineerFriday, 1 October 2021
Professor Nuseibeh calls for a radical re-thinking of the discipline of software engineering, suggesting a perspective of ‘software without boundaries’, such that the essence of being human, being social and being...
Nicholas Canny MRIA: HistorianTuesday, 21 September 2021
Professor Canny’s most recent book reveals that Irish people have proved ourselves less capable than the populations of most other European countries of reaching an agreed narrative concerning our early modern past.
Christine Casey MRIA: Architectural HistorianMonday, 30 August 2021
Professor Casey argues for the role of creative craft skill as a primary agent in architectural production, and for a reframing of craftsmanship as a tangible exemplar for a dangerously cerebral society.