INTRODUCING OUR FIRST ONLINE WINTER SCHOOL, FEBRUARY 1 - 5, 2021
The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is excited to announce our first Online Winter School taking place in February 2021.
'Pandemics: Past, Present, Future'
From Brexit to digital footprints, performing arts to asylum seekers, the whole world has been affected by the Pandemic—but this isn’t the first time. Join us to discuss what happened following the pandemics of the past, the changing world that we live in and what we might come to expect in the near future.
Participants will be able to choose options from a menu of 20 sessions looking at 'Pandemics: Past, Present, Future', to explore and debate what our world may look, sound, smell and feel like beyond COVID-19.
Choose from 20 free sessions over 5 days, featuring 13 academics from the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics
- The Impact of Covid-19 on Freelance Performing Artists - Dr Ioannis Tsioulakis
- Stuck: Exploring Lockdown Routines in (Northern) Ireland - Dr Maruska Svašek
- Brexit... and Brexiting in a Time of Covid - Prof David Phinnemore
- The Pandemic and Conflict in Northern Ireland: Symbolism in Lockdown Belfast - Prof Dominic Bryan
- Building Back Better after the Pandemic: A Green and Just Economic Recovery - Prof John Barry
- Philosophical Questions about the Pandemic - Dr Tom Walker
- An Historical Comparison with Earlier Pandemics - Dr John Curran and Dr James Davis
- Inequalities and the Pandemic: Gender, Race, Indigenous communities - Dr Francine Rossone de Paula, Dr Nik Ribianszky and Dr Jamie Hagen
- The Impact of Covid-19 on Asylum Seeker Lives in Ireland: A View from an Anthropologist of Displacement - Dr Fiona Murphy
- Success and Failure Under Covid: State Responses - Prof Debbie Lisle
Applications are now closed.