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  • Seminars Spring 2007 | ucdclinton.ie | UCD Clinton
    series Also in 1993 Dyer published The Matter of Images 2nd ed 2002 a series of essays challenging modes of representation with a particular emphasis on queer theory In 1997 Dyer published White in which he took examples from film literature and visual arts to argue that whiteness ought not to be regarded as an unchallenged norm but as an ideologically constructed identity He developed his writings on gay culture in The Culture of Queers 2001 His most recent publication is entitled Pastiche Professor Dyer recently moved from the University of Warwick to King s College London back to top Monday 12 February The Cold War in the 1950s College of Arts Celtic Studies Transatlantic Research Seminar Series Speakers Geoffrey Roberts UCC and Neville Wylier Nottingham Venue Seminar Room Clinton Institute Time 11am back to top Tuesday 20 February The Atlantic Alliance Transatlantic Research Seminar Series Speaker John Dumbrell Durham Venue Seminar Room Global Irish Institute formally known as the UIC Time 11am back to top Monday 26th February Terrorism the City the State One day symposium Pleanry speakers Professor Mike Davis University of California Irvine Eyal Weizman Architect Goldsmith College London Brian Feeney St Mary s University College Belfast Scott Lucas University of Birmingham Professor Mike Davis University of California Irvine The History of Car Bombing 6 30pm William Jefferson Clinton Auditorium in association with the UCD Humanities Institute of Ireland Eyal Weizman Architect Goldsmith College London Lethal Theory Brian Feeney St Mary s University College Belfast Belfast From Protestant Town to Catholic City Violence Demographic Impact and Socio Economic Change Scott Lucas University of Birmingham Terrorism Political Warfare and the State Full programme back to top Wednesday 28th February An American Desert Pilgrimage The O odham walk to Magdalena Mexico Speakers Professor Lawrence Taylor Maeve Hickey artist NUI Maynooth Venue Seminar Room Clinton Institute Time 5 30pm An anthropologist Taylor and an artist Hickey follow a Native American pilgrimage from southern Arizona to a shrine of San Francisco Xavier in Magdalena Mexico back to top Tuesday 6th March White Heat Britain and America in the 1960s Transatlantic Reserach Seminar Series Speakers Dominic Sandbrook Oxford and Mark Lytle Bard Venue Seminar Room Clinton Institute Time 11am back to top Friday Saturday 30 31 March Ireland s America IAAS Conference Speakers Professor Denis Donoghue New York University Professor John Montague former Ireland Professor of Poetry Professor Peggy O Brien University of Massachussetts Further details to follow back to top Tuesday 3rd April The Monroe Doctrine Transatlantic Research Seminar Series Speaker Jay Sexton Oxford Venue Seminar Room Global Irish Institute Time 11am back to top 13th 15th April Screening Irish America Conference School of Languages Literature and Film Keynote Panellists Prof Des Bell Professor Luke Gibbons Prof Martin McLoone Prof Charles Barr Prof Jim Kitses Dr Diane Negar Dr Lance Petittt Prof Kevin Rocektt Gary Rhodes Further details to follow back to top Monday 16th April The image of America abroad Speaker Andrew Bacevich Boston Venue Seminar Room Clinton Institute Time

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  • Events | ucdclinton.ie | UCD Clinton
    Northern Ireland Diplomatic Perspective Understanding Conservatives in the US Arthur Miller Centenary Barack Obama Hope Change the American 2012 Election Global Diaspora and Development Forum Neoliberalism and American Literature Terra Incognita The Fight Against Hunger Media and the Arab Spring Bring a Tent and a Camera Videos from Occupy Wall Street US Iran Relations Ireland and African America New Realities Series US and Northern Ireland Colloquium Diaspora Strategies Encouragement Evolution

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  • Events | ucdclinton.ie | UCD Clinton
    Northern Ireland Diplomatic Perspective Understanding Conservatives in the US Arthur Miller Centenary Barack Obama Hope Change the American 2012 Election Global Diaspora and Development Forum Neoliberalism and American Literature Terra Incognita The Fight Against Hunger Media and the Arab Spring Bring a Tent and a Camera Videos from Occupy Wall Street US Iran Relations Ireland and African America New Realities Series US and Northern Ireland Colloquium Diaspora Strategies Encouragement Evolution

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  • Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland Director Professor Liam Kennedy Global Irish Civic Forum June 2015 Home About Us Academic Programmes Semester Abroad Programme Fellowships Research Photography and Conflict Events Internships Media Newsletter Orientation Links Contact UCD Homepage Welcome To CIAS Click

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  • History, Memory and US Foreign Relations | ucdclinton.ie | UCD Clinton
    decline the causes and institutions of war British popular culture in the era of the Great War and the Armenian genocide of 1915 Winter is the author or co author of a dozen books including Socialism and the Challenge of War Ideas and Politics in Britain 1912 18 The Great War and the British People The Fear of Population Decline The Experience of World War I Sites of Memory Sites of Mourning The Great War in European Cultural History 1914 1918 The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century Remembering War The Great War between History and Memory in the 20th Century and Dreams of Peace and Freedom Utopian Moments in the 20th Century Winter was co producer co writer and chief historian for the PBS series The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century which won an Emmy Award a Peabody Award and a Producers Guild of America Award for best television documentary in 1997 Dr David Ryan University College Cork Senior Lecturer Department of History at University College Cork He has published extensively on contemporary history and US foreign policy concentrating on the interventions in the post Vietnam era including Central America Angola Vietnam and the Middle East amongst other places His publications include US Sandinista Diplomatic Relations 1995 The United States and Decolonization 2000 US Foreign Policy in World History 2000 Iraq in Vietnam Tactics lessons legacies ghosts Co Ed John Dumbrell 2006 Frustrated Empire US Foreign Policy from 9 11 to Iraq 2007 America and Iraq Policy making Intervention and Regional Politics Co Ed Patrick Kiely 2009 His current research interests involve an investigation into the impact of the Vietnam syndrome on US intervention in regional conflicts since 1975 The construction of memory personal collective or institutional has a profound influence on our understanding of the world This conference seeks to explore the struggle for the construction possession and interpretation of historical memory in the context of US foreign relations We invite papers and panels that explore any aspect of the confluence of memory and US foreign relations broadly defined The conference is particularly but not exclusively interested in how people cultures and societies remember forget and distort the past how those memories affect present thoughts and actions and how policymakers use memory in their decision making Within that framework possible topics could include but are not limited to The sites and locations of collective memory if collective memory exists where is it located How do symbols and ritual acts help Americans reach consensus on their past interactions with the world Agents of cultural production and memory how have writers artists musicians and media figures memorialized and understood American foreign relations Constructed narratives how do the constructed meta narratives of America s role in the world relate to current policies Forgotten and silenced memories what are the gaps and silences in collective memory of American foreign relations Memory and decision making How do policymakers at Presidential level and below mediate their personal

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  • Post-Globalisation: Rethinking the Relationship of Ireland and the United States | ucdclinton.ie | UCD Clinton
    reconsider its relationship with the United States in the post globalisation moment This conference provides an opportunity for rethinking globalisation within the context of Ireland s relationship with the United States Questions to be addressed may include Is globalisation still relevant to Ireland s relationship with the United States Is globalisation synonymous with Americanization Has the era of globalisation reconstituted Irish identity in relation to the U S What is the relation of the Irish diaspora to processes of globalisation What paradigms of Irish US economic and political relations are emerging from a post globalised Ireland How has Irish culture represented or reflected shifting relations with the U S We welcome proposals that offer innovative perspectives on shifts in political economic and cultural paradigms We encourage multi and interdisciplinary discussions and are particularly interested in receiving papers from the following areas American Studies Irish Studies Business Studies History Media Cultural Studies Politics International Relations Sociology 300 word proposals should be emailed to postglobal paradigm gmail com no later than 1 August 2010 General enquiries can be directed at the conference organisers Martin Russell Geoff O Connor and Julieann Galloway at the same address The conference is being organised with financial

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  • The CIA & US Foreign Policy: Reform, Representations and New Approaches to Intelligence | ucdclinton.ie | UCD Clinton
    Book prize in 2002 and was short listed for the Westminster Medal Since 2008 he has been leading an AHRC funded project entitled Landscapes of Secrecy The Central Intelligence Agency and the contested record of US foreign policy 1947 2001 He has held a Fulbright fellowship at Georgetown University in Washington DC and more recently has spend time in Canberra and Ottawa as a Leverhulme fellow while completing a book examining the impact of globalization upon intelligence services Additional speakers to be confirmed Recent years have witnessed the largest restructure in the American intelligence community since the early years of the Cold War This conference considers the historical and contemporary role of the Central Intelligence Agency in the formulation and implementation of American foreign relations We invite papers and panels that address any aspect of the relationship between the CIA and US foreign policy from the creation of the Agency in 1947 up to the present day There will be a particular although by no means exclusive attention to issues of Agency reform representation and interaction as well as new approaches to intelligence Reform Renewal and Relevance Explaining and interpreting the post 9 11 restructure of the US intelligence community and ramifications for the CIA New conceptual approaches both in policymaking circles and public opinion to the need for clandestine operations To what extent have the promises of previous CIA Directors in regard to the declassification of records been followed through What has the post 9 11 clampdown on publicly available information meant for intelligence scholars Representations How do foreign countries whether allies or those subject to Agency involvement in the past understand interpret the CIA Is it understood as a coherent part or rogue element of the US government How has an increase in fictional representations of the world of intelligence from TV to the movie screen helped and hindered public perceptions of the CIA at home and abroad Interactions How have the changes in the intelligence community affected relationships between US agencies and within the international intelligence community as a whole Beyond the state level what is the dynamic between the CIA and the US public What about the Agency s relationship with private groups abroad and foreign populations more generally Approaches Frames New conceptual frameworks for the Agency s role in implementing policy especially covert operations How can the impact of interventionism be measured Are terms such as success failure or blowback useful or outdated ways to understand CIA foreign involvement and the relationship to policy and strategy Fresh approaches to the relationship between intelligence and broader foreign policy strategies and objectives that move beyond damning exposes or praise for Agency activities What impact have first person histories memoirs of former intelligence agents and practitioners as well as growing oral history projects had in shaping understanding and analysis of the Agency What does this mean for the historians perennially problematic relationship with objectivity Do new archival records from former Cold War enemy and ally states hold possibilities

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