The length of the dissertation should be 15,000 - 20,000 words. It should be submitted by 9th September. It will be marked both internally and by an external examiner.
The MPhil in Philosophy is a broad and intellectually challenging postgraduate course for students with a background in philosophy or related disciplines with a strong philosophy component.. Students also write a dissertation, which is the crux of the MPhil programme, receiving one-to-one supervisory support from an academic supervisor in.
The Trinity M.Phil. in Philosophy offers the foundation for advanced research in philosophy. Students are given in-depth courses in philosophical methodology, core areas of contemporary philosophy, the Anglo-American and Modern European traditions and the application of contemporary scholarship to key historical figures.M. Phil. in Medieval Studies M. Phil in Medieval Studies The taught MPhil in Medieval Studies equips students with the critical skills needed for in-depth work on medieval texts, sources, and artefacts, and provides an introduction to what different disciplinary methods offer the medievalist while permitting students to specialise in particular approaches in accordance with their interests.University of Dublin Trinity College “I BELIEVE IN A GOD THAT I BELIEVE IN” The Religious Identity of Primary School Student Teachers A thesis written in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor in Philosophy (Ph.D.) John-Paul Sheridan School of Education, Trinity College, Dublin 2.
Module Aim and Learning Outcomes: The dissertation aims to develop students’ research and writing skills and form a base for specialist research in the areas of Race, Ethnicity, Conflict.Read More
Mooney Simmie, Geraldine (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Education, 2009 ) The substantive issue at the heart of this thesis is identifying the key changes in science and mathematics mandated by the state, in upper secondary academic education, and seeing the extent to which these are translated.Read More
Senior Theses and Projects This collection contains the work of seniors who chose to deposit their theses electronically for inclusion here in the Digital Repository. Other theses were deposited in the College Archives in hard copy form only.Read More
Dissertation will be submitted over the summer with the deadline of 31 August. Taught modules may change from one year to the next depending on staff availability. The Trinity M.Phil. in Philosophy offers the foundation for advanced research in philosophy.Read More
The M.Phil. in Composition course is providing a backbone of activity for the Music Composition Centre, part of Trinity's initiative in Creative Arts, Technology and Culture. The MPhil Composers collaborate throughout the year with our associated musicians in residence and present their work in collaboration with our musicians at the MPhil in Composition Graduate Show.Read More
Unlocking the Treasures. Trinity College?s Long Room Hub, a new initiative that is set to transform research in the arts, humanities and social sciences was launched on Wednesday, 14 June 2006 by Senator Maurice Hayes and the Chair of the American Ireland Fund, Dr Loretta Brennan Glucksman.Read More
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View Lauren Benke’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community.. Lauren Benke Dissertation Editor. M.Phil. in Irish Writing Candidate at Trinity College Dublin.Read More
The MPhil in Development Studies is a one year, full-time highly inter-disciplinary course which gives its students a firm grounding in political economics relevant to the developing world, including the study of sociology, law, political science, management, economics and anthropology.Read More
Emma Gwynneth Ineson, QHC (born 1969) is a British Anglican bishop and academic, specialising in practical theology.Since 2019, she has served as Bishop of Penrith, the suffragan bishop of the Diocese of Carlisle in the Church of England.From 2014 to 2019, she was Principal of Trinity College, Bristol, an evangelical Anglican theological college.Read More