A research study from Queen’s University Belfast has found that the belief in ‘limbo’ has declined throughout the decades in Ireland due to the changing beliefs and values of the nation.
Tom Hulme (QUB): ‘Citizenship, Modernity and the City: Historical Re-Enactment in Chicago and Manchester in the 1920s and 1930s’ Wed. 17 October 2pm, Peter Froggatt Centre/0G/024
Research in Religion is a one-day interdisciplinary conference, organised by the University of Edinburgh and Queen’s University Belfast. Abstract closing date, Tuesday 31st July 2018.
“The Complexity of Nature, Hybrids and Four-Legged Cyborgs: What do we mean by Posthuman Politics?” Tuesday 12th June, 2018 Queen’s University, Belfast
Announcing a landmark survey of Irish history from c.600 to the present day Written by a team of more than 100 leading historians from around the world, this is the most comprehensive and authoritative history of Ireland yet attempted.
Guest Speaker: Professor Daniel Miller (UCL), a noted anthropologist of digital anthropology and social media, material culture and consumption, aging and technology.
Queen’s HAPP staff convene symposium: Ireland and China: networks of information and ideas, 1735-1949 at the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Members Room, 11 April 2018
Richard English, Professor of Politics at Queen’s University, received the title of Commander of the British Empire from Prince William, Duke of Cambridge in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Prof Antje Wiener (Hamburg) will be giving a talk at HAPP entitled: "Constitution and Contestation of Norms in Global International Relations” on 1st February 2018.