Tag Archives: MA in Geography

Reflecting on ‘Casting Territory’ by Martina O’Brien and the Dodder Anglers – The art in and of everyday life and place

Note: In February 2015, our MA Geography students attended a special workshop: a walk along the River Dodder with the Dodder Anglers, artist Martina O’Brien, and CREATE. The following blog post by Aoife Kavanagh follows up on an earlier post by Karen Till, which introduced readers to the exhibition Casting Territory created by the artist […]

Performing a Place of Ireland’s Past: Reflections on an ANU performance

This is the second of a series of posts written by Geography postgraduates who participated in creative workshops run by performance and visual artists as part of the MA in Geography. This first set of blogs includes student responses to PALS – The Irish at Gallipoli, a performance by the place-based theatre group ANU, which […]

The Embodied Irish Experience of ‘The Great War’: ANU’s Production of PALS

This is the first of a series of posts written by MA Geography students reflecting upon creative workshops run by performance and visual artists as part of the module, ‘Places, Landscapes and Mappings’, taught by Dr. Karen Till. The first set of blogs will describe MA Geographers’ responses to PALS – The Irish at Gallipoli, […]

The new MA in Geography at Maynooth

A unique MA in Geography was launched by Maynooth University 25 September 2014. The MA has currently 30 civil society partners who are working in collaboration with Department of Geography staff to offer students opportunities to learn about ‘real world geographies’ in Ireland and beyond, by inviting students to directly learn about their ongoing research […]