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Energy, gender and intersectionality – an interactive workshop at 5th Energy & Society Conference

Today myself and my dear colleague Anne Schiffer are hosting an interactive workshop on the topic of Gender and Energy at the 5th Energy & Society Conference. This interactive workshop will explore questions of justice in energy transitions research through a gender lens. It invites contributions that engage with the question of gender at different … Continue reading Energy, gender and intersectionality – an interactive workshop at 5th Energy & Society Conference

COVID 19 & Everyday Life Research – recruiting participants

  Are you interested in taking part in an international study exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on everyday life practices among citizens across different countries of the world? An international research team, including researchers from NUI Galway and Wageningen University (The Netherlands) are looking for males and female participants working to explore the … Continue reading COVID 19 & Everyday Life Research – recruiting participants

Building Ireland

Delighted to part of an excellent team of researchers broadcasting the new series of Building Ireland. Building Ireland takes a historical look at how Ireland’s great building and engineering achievements came to be, and their impact on the social, cultural, and economic development of our towns and cities. In the latest episode, (episode 3, series … Continue reading Building Ireland

Searching for a master’s research topic?

          Are you a WUR student searching for a master’s thesis topic? Write your master’s thesis on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on everyday life and consumption practices. Are you interested in consumption and an opportunity to undertake research for your master’s thesis exploring cultural differences in the lived experience of … Continue reading Searching for a master’s research topic?

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