Reborn, resurgent –
Lesson for empire anew –
Mute mistress of myth.
N.U.I. Maynooth, Republic of Ireland.
Thesis title: ‘The rehabilitation of ancient Rome in English culture, c.1870-1918’.
My thesis explores the cultural dynamics inherent in the resurgence of a Roman cultural model in English society during this period, particularly in relation to contemporary conceptions of the country’s national imperial aspirations.
By his painted strokes.
University College Cork, Ireland
I am writing my dissertation on the series of ceiling paintings by Vincenzo Waldré, in St. Patrick’s Hall, Dublin Castle that depict peaceful interactions between the Irish and English and benefits brought to Ireland through its connection with Britain, and how these paintings work to legitimize British political authority in Ireland in the context of the late eighteenth century.
Voices – will they help or harm ?
University of Manchester
My PhD disseration was about how people with schizophrenia characterise the voices they hear, what motivations they ascribe to the voices and that beliefs about the benevolence or malevolence of voices remain strong even if the voices disappear. These beliefs are the source of more distress than the actual voices themselves.
Here, fishy, fishy
Please bite my delicious hook
I need a fin clip
University of British Columbia
I am investigating divergent selection in rockfish to see what environmental factors might promote local adaptation and how this fits into our general understanding of population connectivity.
Lobby the landlords
For plowshares and pitchforks
To cut and stab them
Tel Aviv University
Akram al-Hawrani was an important nationalist politician in Syria who introduced subversive agricultural and military reforms after Syrian independence in 1946. In 1963, he was exiled by a younger generation of military officers more radical than himself.
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