Trinity and the Changing City – Developing Dublin

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Trinity and the Changing City – Developing Dublin

TCD, Thursday 7th February 2019

A panel discussion with Ger Casey, Chief Executive Officer for the Grangegorman Development Agency, and Cian O’Callaghan, co-author of Governing Vacancy in Post-crash Dublin: Contested Property and Alternative Social Projects, as part of the Trinity and the Changing City lecture series.

Trinity College Dublin has been a key witness, over many centuries, to Dublin's development into the cosmopolitan city it is today. This multidisciplinary discussion series will look at the lived experience of Dublin's citizens through the prism of Trinity's Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences research. By drawing on historical, cultural, linguistic, sociological and economic perspectives, it will consider how we can understand a changing Dublin and influence plans for the city's future.


Date:
Thursday 7th February 2019
Time:
6.30pm - 8.00pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
Trinity Long Room Hub, College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland

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