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About Critical Issues in Irish Society Network

A group of PhDs from the School of Sociology in University College Dublin, Ireland have decided to take action and connect with other PhDs and early stage researchers across the human sciences in Ireland. Our intention is to establish a series of seminars in which we can exchange ideas, connect with others, encourage collaboration and develop our community. More details to come... Email: phdseminars.ucd@gmail.com

CIISN on You Tube

Following our ‘Health in Crisis’ conference, which took place on 19th April 2012 in the Humanities Institute UCD we would like to thank everyone who contributed to making this a successful event with many varied and insightful papers. Here is … Continue reading

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Health in Crisis Conference Update: Speakers and Registration Announced

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Health in Crisis: deadline extension

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New One Day Seminar Announced

 

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Welcome to our website

Welcome to the Critical Issues in Irish Society website. This network is open to PhDs and early stage researchers across the island of Ireland (and beyond!) who wish to connect and create a dialogue around issues of critical importance in … Continue reading

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Missed Health in Crisis?

We concluded the final seminar in the Ireland in Crisis series by addressing the question of “Health in Crisis” . The (mis)management of diabetes, mental health care and the formation of identity around chronic illness were among the topics discussed. … Continue reading

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Final session! Reminder: Health in Crisis Fri 29th April

The Critical Issues in Irish Society network is proud to present: Health in Crisis? A PhD Seminar Series 2:30pm- 4:30pm Fri 29th of April 2011 Room F308, Newman Building, Belfield, University College Dublin Click here for map (Building 36, Grid ref … Continue reading

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