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    • LibViz: a visualisation toolkit to support the preservation of the Old Library 

      Ruhland, Kerstin; Trinity College Dublin. Graphics Vision and Visualisation Group; Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. Media Informatics Group (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The Graphics, Vision and Visualisation (GV2) group in TCD's School of Computer Science and Statistics is working with the Preservation and Conservation Department of the Library, to develop a fully interactive 3-D model ...
    • The role of memory in revenge tragedy drama of the early modern period 

      Loughnane, Rory (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      This project addresses the role that memory plays in revenge tragedy drama of the early modern period. The project asserts the primary cultural importance of memory studies in this period, and examines how contemporary ...
    • The Bridge-IT Project: digitally connecting academic research with the wider community in Ireland 

      Redmond, Jennifer; Trinity College Dublin. School of English; Trinity College Dublin. Department of Electrronic and Electrical Engineering; Trinity College Dublin. Library (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The Bridge-IT Project will interview older men and women in Ireland using multimedia technologies. The data generated from the interviews will be used to produce experimental and highly innovative content that will be ...
    • Spatial music performance with the hexaphonic guitar 

      Bates, Enda (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      Spatial music can be defined as any form of music in which the spatial location of performers or sounds is used as an explicit compositional parameter. Most spatial music is not performed live but rather consists of either ...
    • Repositioning Irish identities: exhibiting Irish contemporary art abroad (1980-2005) 

      Floyd, Aodhan Rilke (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The aim is to examine models of thinking about the international exhibition of Irish contemporary art (IEICA) and account for the discursive frameworks and institutional networks within which Irish contemporary art is ...
    • Reconstructing popular perspectives: the role of political language in structuring Classical Athenian democracy 

      O'Toole, Desmond (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      This research project employs post-structuralist theory and techniques to examine the role that political language played in the performance and reception of radical democracy in Classical Athens. It aims to reveal and ...
    • Who in Ireland speaks and understands Russian? 

      Smyth, Sarah (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      This is a research project on cultural and linguistic diversity, drawing on the experience of people in Ireland who speak and understand Russian.
    • Eileen Gray: a child of Japonism? 

      Starr, Ruth (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      My interest is in Gray's lacquer work and the influences on that work in the context of nineteenth-century fashion of Japonisme. Gray (1878-1976) had an appreciation of the Japanese characteristics of lacquer - perhaps ...
    • Dairine Vanston 1903-1988 

      Walton, Rosemary (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The subject of my research is the contribution made by the artist Dairine Vanston to Irish Modernism. Although she received critical acclaim in her day and was considered to be the most avant-garde of her generation, she ...
    • Weingreen Museum digitisation project 

      Rodgers, Zuleika; Trinity College Dublin. Centre for Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The Weingreen Museum of Biblical Antiquities holds over 2000 objects, which encompass the entire Mediterranean world from North Africa to Mesopotamia and from the oldest city, Jericho (ninth millennium BCE), to the Crusades ...
    • Rome ruler?: John Redmond and Westminster's Catholic interest, 1900-1918 

      Mulvagh, Conor (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      This project aims to explore the relationship between John Redmond, the chairman of the Irish Parliamentary Party from 1900, and the Catholic Church in both Ireland and Britain. Redmond was the political heir of Charles ...
    • Irish identity and the modern step dancing costume 

      Churchill, Sarah (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The early step dancing costume was developed in concurrence with the Celtic Revival as a response to the need for visible national identity. Today's step dancing costume, by contrast, stresses the individual, looking outward ...
    • Privacy and exposure: domestic tragedy in early modern England 

      O'Brien, Emily (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The genre of domestic tragedy emerged during a period in which the burgeoning ideology of private life was matched by active publication of cheap printed texts offering sensational 'news' stories. This research project ...
    • Art is above politics but not humanity: the art and politics of Michael Farrell 

      Coyle, Carmel (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      Micheal Farrell claimed that his 'Madonna Irelanda' was the 'Very First Real Irish Political Picture'. Was it? What is the distinction between art which is 'nationalistic' and art which is 'political'? What is the role of ...
    • The Fagel Project 

      Jackson, Tim; McGowan, Moray; Van Berlo, Martine (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The East Pavilion of the Old Library houses the Fagel Collection - the books, pamphlets and maps amassed by a powerful Dutch family by the end of the 18th century. The Fagels having fallen on hard times as a result of the ...
    • Centre for War Studies 

      Trinity College Dublin. Centre for War Studies (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      The Centre for War Studies was established, with the support of the Long Room Hub, in February 2008 to promote the study of the origins, nature and consequences of war in history and in the contemporary world. It draws on ...
    • Flesh wounds?: new ways of understanding self-injury 

      Inckle, Kay (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      My research uses methodological and representational practices from the humanities and arts in order to develop a non-medical understanding of self-injury. The aims of the project are: to use creative practices to promote ...
    • Irresistible toy or social leveller: motion pictures in Irish life, 1900 - 1939 

      Downey, Ann (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      This research examines the cinema as an important alternative public sphere in 1920s and 1930s Ireland. The cinema-going public in Ireland during the first two decades of the Free State's existence kept in touch with the ...
    • A computational stylometric analysis of characterization by playwrights 

      Lynch, Gerard (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      Is it possible for an author to create characters truly independent of their own voice? Do characters from the same play exhibit similar characteristics in style? Are some playwrights arguably better at creating unique ...
    • Identity, conflict and community art 

      Guzzanti, Paula; Trinity College Dublin. Irish School of Ecumenics (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
      This research, based on an ethnographic study of a community art project from the Atlas Women's Centre in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, examines the contribution of such art programmes to the processes of conflict transformation. ...