Author Archives: Jennifer Edmond

About Jennifer Edmond

Dr Jennifer Edmond, is the Director of Strategic Projects in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Trinity College Dublin. Trained as a scholar of German literature, Jennifer is mostly engaged professionally with the investigation of knowledge exchange and collaboration in Humanities research and in particular the impact of technology on these processes.

Mariana Bolfarine: USP SPECTRESS Fellow in Bochum

I am from the University of São Paulo in Brazil and, as part of the SPeCTReSS project, I spent one month at Rühr Universität in Bochum, Germany, and my mentor was Dr. Stefan Berger. The theme of my research is … Continue reading

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Call For Papers – Rethinking Cultural Trauma from Transnational Perspectives, São Paulo 22-25 August 2017

The SPECTRESS network and XII Symposium of Irish Studies in South America will host a conference titled “Rethinking Cultural Trauma from Transnational Perspectives” from 22nd to 25th August 2017 in São Paulo, Brazil. The aim of the Conference is to … Continue reading

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Pawan Kumar: JNU SPECTRESS Fellow in Dublin

The scholarship offered under the SPECTRESS project gave me an opportunity to have a closer look into W.B. Yeats’s world so as to understand the subtle aspects of his creative imagination: what constituted the Irish imagination of Yeats, which images … Continue reading

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Märt Läänemets: UT SPeCTReSS fellow in New Delhi

I had my three-month secondment in September-November 2015 in India at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. Looking back from the time distance of more than one year to this period I only can wonder how intensive it was … Continue reading

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Magdalena Heydel: JU SPECTRESS Fellow in Sao Paulo

I spent a month as a SPECTRESS scholar in Sao Paulo between June 25th and July 25th 2015. My time at USP which was my host institution was devoted more to my own work than to collaboration and interaction with … Continue reading

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Munira Mutran: USP SPECTRESS Fellow in Dublin

In Dublin as a Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin, Trinity Long Room Hub. A Memoir My arrival in Dublin last May was different from all the other times I visited it over the past years. I felt, then, that … Continue reading

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Luiz Fernando Ramos: USP SPECTRESS Fellow in Dublin

I choose to develop my research with the SPECTRESS Project at the Trinity College Dublin, and was kindly received by Jennifer Edmond, who offered me ideal conditions for working on my research on W.B. Yeats’ theatre. I was looking for … Continue reading

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