Researching the experiences of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Third-Level Students

Researchers from Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin will be collaborating with TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland) to help improve the inclusion of gender minorities within third-level education. A survey will be opened to all transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming students and recent graduates of third-level institutions in Ireland; including universities, technical colleges, and … Continue reading Researching the experiences of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Third-Level Students

2019 Call for Blog Posts

In 2018, through the Geography Dialogue Series, students and researchers from the PECN community discussed diverse themes in geography, from migration and gentrification to water and climate change, engaging with the most read articles in Progress in Human Geography from the previous year. We also shared details of events and current research in Irish geography. … Continue reading 2019 Call for Blog Posts

Postgrad spotlight: researching historical geography in Ireland

We are keen to feature on the PECN blog the work of postgrads and early career researchers working in geography and related topics in Ireland. We spoke to Chris Chevallier, PhD Researcher at the Geography Department at Trinity College Dublin, whose work illustrates the distribution of wealth in Ireland circa 1300, based on early 14th … Continue reading Postgrad spotlight: researching historical geography in Ireland