Updates from Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The latest updates from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

PhD Viva Success

Congratulations to Tim Cunningham!

22 October 2020

Research advises of management strengths and areas for improvement to support wellbeing of Health and Social Care UK workforce during COVID-19

A study of over 3,000 members of the Health and Social Care workforce across the UK during the first wave of COVID-19 from May to July 2020 has revealed key learnings for management to aid the wellbeing of staff.

15 October 2020

Jessica Doyle, our former colleague at TJI, writes here about the gendered impacts of COVID-19

Jessica works as Senior Parliamentary Researcher at Oireachtas in Dublin.

14 October 2020

Covid-19, Mental Health and Peace

Professor Brandon Hamber has recently been working with the Netherlands government on a process to integrate Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS), into the UN Peacebuilding architecture.

5 October 2020

Online Seminar Series on Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland: Deepening the Debate

A seminar series exploring the Stormont House Agreement and dealing with the past in Northern Ireland.

1 October 2020

Memory production, vandalism, violence

Our PhD researcher, Selbi Durdiyeva has just published ‘Memory production, vandalism, violence: Civil society and lessons from a short life of a monument to Stalin’ in the journal Constellations.

21 September 2020

The Act of Knowledge Production

Prize-winning presentation by Danielle Gallagher

21 September 2020


Blog of the European Journal of International Law

18 September 2020

Welcome to our new PhD Researchers

We would like to introduce you to our new PhD Researchers

16 September 2020

"We know that vernacular oral narratives are deeply rooted in traditional communities" - In Conversation with Research Alumnus Dr. Maxim Fomin

"We know that vernacular oral narratives are deeply rooted in traditional communities." In Conversation with Research Alumnus Dr. Maxim Fomin, Research Director of Modern Languages and Linguistics Research Unit at the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and

14 September 2020

International Day of the Disappeared

This specially commissioned mural artwork by Chilean artist Heri Tapia was commissioned for the occasion by a TJI-run project on enforced disappearance headed by Professor Cath Collins.

7 September 2020

Advancing a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland

In times of crisis, the protection of human rights is fundamental.

26 August 2020

Forced disappearances in the context of the El Salvador armed conflict

Prof Cath Collins is speaking alongside UN Special Rapporteur Fabián Salvioli at this online event (in Spanish).

21 August 2020

Graduate news

Dr Omar El Masri was recently appointed to the permanent post of Lecturer in Criminology in the School of Natural & Social Sciences, at the University of Gloucestershire.

3 August 2020

Barriers to participation for Litigants in Person in remote hearings

Blog by Professor Gráinne McKeever

31 July 2020

Summer Seminar Series

A collaboration between the Ulster University and Queens University Belfast PhD Researchers

30 July 2020

Graduate news

Dr Elise Ketelaars' new job

30 July 2020

Key ‘Troubles’ Documents now available online through National Archives of Ireland partnership with CAIN

960 documents added to the Conflict Archive on the INternet (CAIN) website

30 July 2020

UU graduate advocates for young people with arthritis

UU graduate advocates for young people with arthritis. A UU student from Carnmoney graduates this summer from a BSc in Journalism with Education, achieving a first-class honours, while balancing physical conditions and extensive volunteering

27 July 2020

A migrant researching migrants

Cristal Palacios-Yumar, psychologist, activist, researcher.

26 July 2020