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  • Connecting Gender, Age and Social Engagement 

    O' Donnell, Deirdre (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    Social Structures and cultural norms have powerful prescriptive qualities. I have come to this project with the belief that both gender and age are simultaneously constructed by social and cultural structures, while ...
  • Wilderness Experience in the Promotion of Sustainable Reconciliation 

    McMullen, Henry G. (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This research will examine the role and value of wilderness and nature-based activities for the healing of those traumatised by violence, and in the building of sustainable peace.
  • Dublin Local Politics and Government, 1898 to 1920 

    Wallace, Ciaran (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This research aims to assess the performance of the parties and leading personalities involved in Dublin local politics and government from 1898 to 1920 by tracing newspaper reports, political campaigns and electoral ...
  • Moving Histories: Discourses on Irish Women's Emigration to England Examined, 1922-1948 

    Redmond, Jennifer (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This thesis looks at the public and private discourses on Irish women's emigration to England in the post-independence, pre-Republic era.
  • Sacrifice in the Bronze Age Aegean and Near East: A Poststructuralist Approach 

    Recht, Laerke (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This project will provide a theoretical comparative analysis of the archaeological, iconographic and literary evidence concerning sacrifice in the civilisations of the Aegean and Near East in the Bronze Age. It will offer ...
  • Houses of the Augustinian Canons in Ireland 

    Dornan, Antoinette (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The Augustinian canons are first documented in Ireland in the twelfth century and in this there is a clear parallel with the colonization in Ireland of the Cistercians. The houses of the canons range from large, wealthy ...
  • Religion in contemporary German-language theatre and drama 

    Crowe, Sinead (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    In the apparently secular late twentieth century, questions of politics, postmodernity, gender or ethnicity seemed to dominate German theatre. But since the turn of the new millennium, observers of the German theatre scene ...
  • Trinity College Dublin Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts 

    O'Mahony, Felicity (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The Manuscripts Department in Trinity College Library houses an internationally-renowned body of medieval manuscripts. At the heart of the Collection are the early Christian manuscripts dating from the seventh to ninth ...
  • Risteard O Glaisne (1927-2003): Scribhneoir, beathaisneisi, iriseoir, craoltoir, muinteoir agus gaeilgeoir 

    ni Ghormain, Caoimhe (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    Born in Bandon, Co. Cork in 1927, Risteard O Glaisne was educated at Bandon Grammar School and Trinity College, Dublin. He is best known in Irish-speaking circles for his books on such diverse subjects as Dr Ian Paisley, ...
  • Harmonia Macrocosmica: Andreas Cellarius, 1596-1665 (Part I) 

    M.Phil. in Reformation and Enlightnement Studies (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The publication of Andreas Cellarius's Harmonia Macrocosmica in 1660 represented the completion of an ambitious cartographic project begun over twenty years earlier by the family of Johannes Jansonnius. Jansonnius had ...
  • Images of older people in Irish children's books 

    Dickson, Katie; Piesse, Amanda (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This study captures an overview of a variety of images of older people in Irish children's books published in the last fifty years. It examines how different models of the older person function in different texts, and how ...
  • "A mosaic of movements": The Joycean Rigmarole 

    Crowley, Ronan (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
  • Migration and Cultural Identity in Ulster and Southwest Scotland, 1690-1715 

    Middleton, Katherine (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The 1690s probably saw the largest migration from Scotland to Ulster in any single decade. Fifty thousand is a conservative estimate that is frequently quoted. The movement of such a number of people reshaped both places ...
  • Merchants and Mobility: Dublin 1760-1800 

    Griffith, Lisa-Marie (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The aim of this project is to examine the fluidity between social classes and to assess the 'openness' of Dublin society in the eighteenth century. It will determine the ability of merchants, in particular, to enter the ...
  • Eating Disorders: Distractions from Problems of Self and Meaning 

    Edwards, Emily (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This study focuses on how anorexia nervosa, compulsive overeating, as well as combinations of these disorders, are complex manifestations of emotional, psychological, and cultural difficulties. Emily's hypothesis is that ...
  • The Land War in County Westmeath 

    Clarke, Frances (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    In 2003, Trinity College Library acquired the papers of the Smythe family of Barbavilla, Collinstown, Co Westmeath (MS 11198). The collection traces the family's long connection with Westmeath, from their acquisition of ...
  • The Campus Martius, Rome 

    Hargis, Siobhan (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The Campus Martius was an area in Rome located on a flood plain in the bend of the River Tiber. A pomerium (a sacred boundary associated with the foundation of Rome) ran to the South of the Campus Martius. This boundary ...
  • 'Ancora Imparo' (Still I am Learning): An Inquiry into Visual Artists' Experience of Creativity in Old Age 

    Mac Eoin, Ailbhe (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    As a student of Irish Modern and Contemporary Art History, my contribution to The Lived Life project explores the topic of later-life artistic creativity amongst older visual artists. In their capacity as self-employed ...
  • War Studies at the School of Histories and Humanities 

    School of Histories and Humanities (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The School of Histories and Humanities at Trinity is the leading centre for war studies in Ireland. It has particular expertise in the history of the First World War, the Second World War and Irish conflicts. The School ...
  • Trinity College Library: Manuscript sources for the study of the First World War 

    Maxwell, Jane (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The Manuscripts Department in Trinity College Library provides access to research materials relating to many key events in modern Irish history; this includes records of the involvement of Irish men and women, from varying ...