Articles by: Catherine Carey

Tlaib Rejects Israel’s Invite

Brett Bruen (Global Situation Room) and Board Member of Clinton Institute Speaking on Fox News about Rashida Tlaib’s rejection of Israel’s Invitation (19th August)

Alternative Realities: New Challenges for American Literature in the Era of Trump

Programme FRIDAY 13th December 9.00 Registration 9.30-10.45 Panel 1: Alternative realities, narrative, and race in the story of America Sonia Weiner (Tel Aviv University) “The Direction of the Bizarre”: Reimagining History in Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad Keren Omry (University of Haifa) Racing Alternativity: Nisi Shawl, Colson Whitehead, and Ben […]

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Launch of the Defence Forces Review 2019

The 22nd Century Military Force: Technology, Innovation and Future Force Concepts Call for Papers  This year’s edition of the Defence Forces Review examines the concept of the ’22nd Century Military’ and the role that technology and innovation has, and will play, in developing the future force and its associated capability […]

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Dr. Dolores Resano

Dr. Dolores Resano

Dolores Resano is an IRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Clinton Institute for American Studies, where she is completing a monograph on American literary fiction in the era of Trump. Her interdisciplinary research focuses on contemporary American literature and culture, with a particular interest in politics and its multiple effects on […]

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Democracy and Disinformation in the Era of Trump

10th – 11th December 2018 PUBLIC TALK – Monday 10th Dec. News Media and Disinformation Speakers: Brett Bruen (Global Situation Room, Washington), Christine Bohan (Journal.ie) Join us for a discussion on how Irish and global news media are battling the challenges of disinformation 6pm, Monday 10th December 2018 Venue: Little Museum […]

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Conference | Diaspora: Diplomacy: Development

Conference | Diaspora: Diplomacy: Development

  Registration and payment | Programme | Accommodation | Directions An international conference – 24-26 May 2018   Diaspora – a word of Greek origin meaning “dispersion” – is one of the oldest forms of human networking, long predating the invention of nation states. Today, in a time of radically diffused global power, […]

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