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The Study of Religions Department at UCC is the only department dedicated to the study of religions on the island of Ireland. Our courses are solely taught from a non-theological and non-confessional perspective.

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17 Jun 2024

Dr. Tatiana Vagramenko has received the Early-Stage Researcher of the Year award.

Dr. Vagramenko is leading the SFI-IRC Pathway project (total budget €515,000). Additionally, she has secured an IRC Ukrainian Researcher Scheme grant, a prestigious British Library grant in 2023 and UCLA grant in 2024 to preserve endangered archives in war-torn Ukraine. 
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12 Jun 2024

Dr. Amanullah De Sondy joined the academic procession for University of Glasgow Commemoration Day,

Dr. Amanullah De Sondy. Head of Department and Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Islam joined the academic procession for University of Glasgow Commemoration Day, as an affiliated member of staff and PhD Alum of the university, on Wednesday 12th June 2024. Amongst Honorary Graduands was Dr. Veronica Crosbie, Irish pioneer of University of Sanctuary networks.Aman met with Principal and Vice Chancellor, Prof. Sir. Anton Muscatelli, Prof. Alison Phipps - Professor of Languages and Intercultural Studies UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts and Chaplain Rev. Dr. Carolyn Kelly. "
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Happening On 11/06/2024
10 Jun 2024

Dr Tatsuma Padoan launches his new Wenner-Gren project

International Workshop "Aesthetic Communication: The Role of Senses in Social Interaction, Across and Beyond the Human" Tuesday 11 June 2024, Aula Maxima, University College Cork, at 5pm  
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Happening On 10/05/2024
08 May 2024

Dr Jenny Butler keynote lecture at "Landscape and Identity in Contemporary British and Irish Literature" Conference

Dr Jenny Butler will give the keynote lecture "Invoking Ireland: Celticity, Landscape and Identity in Irish Literary Tradition" at the conference "Landscape and Identity in Contemporary British and Irish Literature", 10-11 May 2024 at the Institute of English Studies, Jagiellonian University in Kraków.
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