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Useful DCU Links
- Research & Innovation at DCU
- Research Support
Development and funding of research at DCU
- Research by School & Faculty
- School of Applied Languages & Intercultural Studies (SALIS)
Applies Linguistics, Translation Studies, Literary Studies, Citizenship Education across Culture
- School of Communications (COMS)
Contemporary Journalism Practice, Media History, Political Communication, Cultural Studies, Art and Multimedia Practice, Film and Television Analysis, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Political Economy of the Media, Social Media Studies, ICTs in Education, Games Studies and Audience Research
- School of Law & Government
Constitutional Law, Criminal Justice, European Law, Family and Child Law, Healthcare Law, Science, New Technologies and the Law, International Law, Law and Discrimination, Law and Dispute Resolution
- School of History & Geography
Medieval Irish History, Early Modern Ireland, Historical Geography of Ireland, Social Geography, Economic Geography, Urban Geography, Past and present climates and climate interactions
- Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge
Gaeltacht Development, Language Policy and Planning, Aspects of Irish language and literature...
- School of Engish
Postmodernism and postmodern culture, Literary theory, Irish and British Fiction of the late eighteenth and the nineteenth century...
- School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music
Biblical Studies and Sacred Texts, Ethics, Historical and Systematic Theology, Philosophy...
Useful External Links
- Irish Research Council
The mission of the Irish Research Council is to enable and sustain a vibrant research community in Ireland by supporting excellent researchers across all disciplines and career stages.
- Irish Social Science Data Archive (ISSDA)
ISSDA is Ireland’s leading centre for quantitative data acquisition, preservation, and dissemination. Based at UCD Library, its mission is to ensure wide access to quantitative datasets in the social sciences and to advance the promotion of international comparative studies of the Irish economy and Irish society.
- OAIster (Open Access Resources)
OAIster is a union catalogue with millions of records describing open access resources. OAIster harvests records from open access collections. They are harvested using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH).