Mary Turley-McGrath In January 1924, a young Irish woman arrived in Denmark to take up her position as a lecturer in the International People’s College in Elsinore. Born into a wealthy farming background in Co. Roscommon, she could have opted for a leisurely life….
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Great event here on research opportunities after the PhD #IWWNpostgrad
📢 #ECRs & #PhD students: I'm assembling a day of online sessions about academic opportunities after the PhD. Anyone is welcome: please keep Thursday 29th July free!
We'll have talks exploring:
💠working as a PDRA on a project;
💠being a 'named postdoc' on a grant application;
Explore the heritage of #Fishguard and #WestWales through writing. All are welcome to join our free online writing workshop this Saturday, facilitated by Deb Winter. 🖊💭
Sign up: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/port-fest-creative-writing-storytelling-workshop-with-deb-winter-tickets-158564712323 #EUIrelandWales
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