#untoldstoriesucd #canada150 Photo Series

Our final #untoldstoriesucd #canada150 photo features Rebecca Draisey-Collishaw, a PhD Candidate in Ethnomusicology at the Memorial University of Newfoundland. In the photo, Rebecca is at the famous Gate Theatre, “with the Parnell Monument in the background.”

Looking forward to seeing Rebecca and all of our delegates in Dublin in a couple of days!



How to get to Untold Stories at UCD

For anyone unfamiliar with UCD, here is a map to help you find the buildings being used for the conference.

campus map w. directions to newstead

The buildings we are using are all located in the same area. They are:

  1. the Humanities Institute (number 43 on the map)
  2. the Hanna Sheehy Skeffington Building (number 44 on the map)
  3. the UCD Geary Institute (number 45 on the map)

Registration on Friday morning takes place at the Humanities Institute:


We’ll also have directions posted up on campus.

If there are any problems with finding the buildings, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Looking forward to seeing you all at the weekend!


#untoldstoriesucd #canada150 Photo Series

In today’s #untoldstoriesucd #canada150 photo: Dr Benjamin Authers, Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law and Justice
Faculty of Business, Government and Law at the University of Canberra, Australia.

He says: “This photo taken at the Canberra airport (with a sketch of Australia’s parliament house) … Excited to be en route to Dublin!”

Looking forward to seeing Dr Authers and the rest of our delegates in just a week’s time!

Benjamin Authors

Fourth UCD Centre for Canadian Studies Seminar in 2017, with Dr Catherine Frost

“Does Canada Have a Founding Moment?” by Dr. Catherine Frost, McMaster University, Canada

Excellent paper yesterday from Dr Frost. Thank you to all who came and for the great questions and discussion afterwards!


Catherine Frost is Associate Professor of Political Science at McMaster University in Canada. She received her doctorate from the University of Toronto and held research fellowships at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and McGill University in Montreal. Frost writes on issues in political theory including constituent power, nationalism and representation, as well as on communications theory, literature and new media. Her work appears inThe Journal of Political Philosophy, The Review of Politics, The Information Society, The Canadian Journal of Communication, Irish Political Studies, Constellations and the Review of European and Russian Affairs, along with several edited collections. Her book, Morality and Nationalism, was published in 2006 by Routledge.