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  • NicGhabhann, Niamh (University of Limerick, 2014)
    This essay reflects on the process of curating WATERMARK, an exhibition celebrating 20 years of the Irish World Academy at the University of Limerick. It considers the work of artists David Lilburn, Aaron Lawless and Fiona ...
  • NicGhabhann, Niamh (Architectural Association of Ireland, 2014)
    A review essay of Irish artist Gavin Murphy's publication and project 'On Seeing Only Totally New Things' which reflects on the position and perception of Irish modernist architecture and culture, as well as considering ...
  • NicGhabhann, Niamh (Stair: An Irish Public History Company Ltd., 2015)
    This essay considers the building of St. Davnet's Hospital in Monaghan town, which was opened in 1869 as the Cavan and Monaghan District Lunatic Asylum. Based on extensive primary research from the records on site, this ...
  • NicGhabhann, Niamh (2015)
    This report details a three-stage project undertaken as part of the Graduate Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, The Innovation Academy, UCD. It explores the development of entrepreneurship and enterprise within ...
  • Kilcommins, Shane; Spain, Eimear (Law Society of Ireland, 2015)
    In examining the contours of criminal law and its application, most lawyers and criminologists are drawn to traditional ‘real crime’ (homicides, violent assaults, organised crime, sexual offences, requirements of mens rea ...
  • Kelly-Holmes, Helen (Walter de Gruyter, 2014)
    The mediatized spaces that have opened up as a result of the contemporary era of globalized digital media are evident in all three contributions to this section: Máiréad Moriarty highlights how Irish can become a resource ...
  • Shanahan, Joanne; Morris, Meg E; Ni Bhriain, Orfhlaith; Volpe, Daniele; Richardson, Margaret; Clifford, Amanda (Elsevier, 2015)
    Objective: To investigate if community-based Irish set dancing is feasible in Irish adults with Parkinson's disease. Methods: Over an eight week period, ten participants attended one set dancing class per week and completed ...
  • Shanahan, Joanne; Morris, Meg E; Ni Bhriain, Orfhlaith; Saunders, Jean; Clifford, Amanda (Elsevier, 2015)
    Objectives: (1) To appraise and synthesize the literature on dance interventions for individuals with Parkinson disease (PD); (2) to provide information regarding the frequency, intensity, duration, and type of dance used ...
  • Kelly-Holmes, Helen (Walter de Gruyter, 2014)
    Linguistic fetish refers to the phenomenon of using languages for symbolic (fetishised) rather than utility (instrumental-communicative) purposes in commercial texts. In such a context, form takes precedence over content, ...
  • Eaton, Sinead (Thomson Reuters Ireland Limited, 2009)
    In the harsh economic conditions which prevail, increases in bad debts and difficulties in securing payment are common experiences for many. Financial difficulties resulting in poor payment conditions can affect any of ...
  • Eaton, Sinead (Thomson Reuters Ireland Limited, 2007)
    No abstract available
  • Eaton, Sinead (Thomson Reuters Ireland Limited, 2006)
    The implementation of the Prospectus Directive has, inter alia, altered the law on offers to the public and on civil liability for omissions from, and misstatements in, a prospectus. In this article the changes effected ...
  • Riordan, Elaine; Riordan, Elaine (Peter Lang, 2013)
                               It has been pointed out that today s technologies can serve as a catalyst in their efforts to create a community of scholarship (reflection) around the practice of teaching that extends ...
  • O'Connor, Pat (Women's Studies, University of Limerick, 1996)
  • Schweppe, Jennifer; Eaton, Sinead (Taylor and Francis: Routledge, 2007)
    This article recounts our experience of peer observation and reflects on the positive and negative aspects of that exercise. Our experience is then compared to that of other scholars in the field of teaching law and some ...
  • Eaton, Sinead (Competition Policy International, 2013)
    When extending the bailout facility availed of by Ireland , the IMF, ECB and Commission of the EU (“the troika”) insisted that a number of measures be taken in respect of the Irish economy. While many of these related to ...
  • Eaton, Sinead; Cullen, Walter; McMahon, Denise (Thomson Reuters Professional Limited, 2014)
    no abstract available
  • Eaton, Sinead; Friel, Raymond (Vathek Publishing, 2007)
    This paper shows that the traditional equitable doctrine, which protected the rights of a prepaid buyer of future or unascertained goods, was wrongly perceived as being overruled by the judgment of a single Court of ...
  • Melin, Mats H (https://vimeo.com/122226293, 2007)
    Dance devised by Mats Melin in October 2007 whilst teaching Ceilidh dancing on board the cruise ship Queen Mary 2 crossing the Atlantic from Southampton to New York and back with the Ian Muir Sound from Prestwick. The ...
  • Melin, Mats H. (https://vimeo.com/122226292, 2014)
    Piper's Schottische was devised in 2014 by Mats Melin and is based on the aesthetic dance style of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Description available at https://limerick.academia.edu/MatsMelin/Choreographies . The ...

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