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Submissions from 2020

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How Will Students Deal With Public Transport and Covid-19 Risks?, Maebh Coleman

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How Digital Hubs Could Replace Working From Home - And The Office, Maebh Coleman, Marian Jennings, and Rowena Hennigan

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How Working From Home is Affecting Our Mental Health and Wellbeing, Maebh Coleman, Marian Jennings, and Rowena Hennigan

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6 Ways to Reduce Food Waste in Your Home, Aisling Daly

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Questions Concerning Attention and Stiegler’s Therapeutics, Noel Fitzpatrick

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The Data City, the Idiom and Questions of Locality, Noel Fitzpatrick

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How Government Tax Policies Could Shape the Look of Budget 2021, Thomas Kane

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Golfgate: Why Some People in Power Believe They Are Above The Law, Catherine Kelly

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Why County Lockdowns Won't Work Without Changes in our Behaviour, Catherine Kelly

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Femagogical Strategies in the Art School: Navigating the Institution, Barbara Knezevic and Amy Walsh

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How Literary Locations Help Us Understand the World We Inhabit, Sue Norton

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Why Brainstorms Don't Always Work, Diane Tangney

Submissions from 2019

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How Sports Photography Tells a Story About who we are as a Nation, Siobhan Doyle

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Sense: Critical Bastards, Barbara Knezevic

Submissions from 2018

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James Connolly's Bloodstained Vest: Mediating Death and Violence in Commemorative Exhibitions, Siobhan Doyle

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On the Exactitude of Big Data: La Bêtise and Artificial Intelligence, Noel Fitzpatrick and John D. Kelleher

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Art Interventions and Disruptions in Financial Systems: an Interview with Paolo Cirio, Marisa Lerer and Conor McGarrigle

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Art in the Age of Financial Crisis, Conor McGarrigle and Marisa Lerer

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Insurgent Finances: An Interview with Gabriela Ceja and Fran Ilich, Conor McGarrigle and Marisa Lerer

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Laboratoire Déberlinisation: Art, Finance, and the Legacies of Colonialism in Contemporary African Art: an Interview with Mansour Ciss Kanakassy, Conor McGarrigle and Marisa Lerer

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The US’s Economic Promises Are Over: an Interview with Miguel Luciano, Conor McGarrigle and Marisa Lerer

Submissions from 2017

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Delivering Design Fundamentals using relevant Learning Theories in the delivery of an Interior Design project at Third Level, Tracey Dalton

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The Question of Fiction – Nonexistent Objects, a Possible World Response From Paul Ricoeur, Noel Fitzpatrick

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Walking Code, Conor McGarrigle

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How Things Grow: Gabriel Orozco’s Samurai Tree: Invariants (2005), Tim Stott