[INCORE Information] Fwd: Postgraduate Study in Ireland

Gillian Robinson gm.robinson at ulster.ac.uk
Mon Nov 12 11:04:49 GMT 2007


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>From: "Caroline Clarke" <reconsec at tcd.ie>
>To: "Caroline Clarke" <reconsec at tcd.ie>
>Subject: Postgraduate Study in Ireland
>Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 14:58:42 -0000
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>Attached for your attention are posters for postgraduate degrees offered at
>the Belfast and Dublin campuses of the Irish School of Ecumenics (ISE), an
>academic institute of Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.  I would be grateful
>for your kind assistance in bringing this to the attention of your
>colleagues.
>
>ISE offers a unique opportunity for graduates to belong to an international
>student body, where they are encouraged to learn from one another as well as
>from a panel of expert lecturers.  This year, for instance, the School's
>students come from a variety of religious traditions and from different
>countries of the world - Ireland, USA, Germany, Burundi, India, Uganda,
>Zimbabwe, UK - some of them dealing with situations of war and conflict.
>They share a wide range of interests: e.g., conflict analysis and conflict
>transformation, peacebuilding, social justice, human rights, politics,
>development, education, theology and religion, ecology.
>
>Founded in 1970 the Irish School of Ecumenics is a multi-disciplinary,
>cross-border graduate school committed to research, teaching and outreach at
>the intersection of theology and religions, politics and social research.
>ISE has established an international reputation for advanced teaching and
>research alongside community-based education in the fields of ecumenical,
>peace and reconciliation studies.  The School's faculty and students express
>a shared ethical commitment to peace and social justice.  Our graduates are
>well positioned to bring their expertise and practical skills to bear on
>situations of conflict, misunderstanding and prejudice, whether in local
>community development, educational, interdenominational and interfaith
>settings.
>
>I would be grateful if you could make the enclosed information available to
>anyone who you think may be interested, and I would also like to extend an
>offer to display any brochure etc. of your organisation here at ISE. If you
>have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me at reconsec at tcd.ie or
>telephone +44 (0) 28 9077 0087.
>
>
>King regards
>
>Caroline Clarke
>Executive Officer
>M.Phil. in Reconciliation Studies
>Irish School of Ecumenics (Trinity College Dublin)
>683 Antrim Road
>Belfast
>BT15 4EG
>Northern Ireland
>
>Tel: +44 (0)28 9077 0087
>Fax: +44 (0)28 9037 3986
>Alternative tel. for calls from USA or Canada: 202 657 4082. This is a
>Washington DC area number. Calls are forwarded to Belfast at no additional
>charge.
>
>  Web: http://www.tcd.ie/ise/postgraduate/reconciliation.php
>
>Caroline Clarke
>Executive Officer
>M.Phil. in Reconciliation Studies
>Irish School of Ecumenics (Trinity College Dublin)
>683 Antrim Road
>Belfast
>BT15 4EG
>Northern Ireland
>
>  Tel: +44 (0)28 9077 0087
>Fax: +44 (0)28 9037 3986
>Alternative tel. for calls from USA or Canada: 202 657 4082. This is a
>Washington DC area number. Calls are forwarded to Belfast at no additional
>charge.
>
>  Web: http://www.tcd.ie/ise/postgraduate/reconciliation.php
>
>
>
>
>
>
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Professor Gillian Robinson
Director, INCORE and ARK
University of Ulster
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