Publications

Postgraduate Research & Publications at Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Postgraduate research is critical to the success of Trinity. While the famous epitaph ‘publish or perish’ is not entirely true, we value student-run research showcases and journals. The opportunity for students to publish and present research while contributing to the Trinity community is invaluable. Here is a summary of some of the postgraduate research and publications the GSU are involved in.

The GSU produces two publications, entirely staffed and run by postgraduate students.

 
 

The Trinity postgraduate review

TPR XVII - CALL FOR EDITORS NOW OPEN!

Trinity Postgraduate Review is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed research journal, written and edited entirely by postgraduate students. As we prepare to begin the publication cycle for our seventeenth volume, we are now seeking interested people for positions on the editorial board. As editors, you will be responsible for selecting and editing papers written by your fellow postgraduates for inclusion in the journal, as well as managing a small team of peer reviewers assigned to those papers. As an international academic review that is catalogued in libraries across the world, Trinity Postgraduate Review is an important part of Trinity College Dublin's research output, and you will have the opportunity to influence its direction and play a vital role in its success for the year.

This is a perfect opportunity for anybody who wants to get involved in academic publishing, from taught Masters students to doctoral researchers. No previous experience is necessary to apply, but applicants who do have some are encouraged to highlight it in their application.

If you want to get involved in this year’s editorial board, send your CV to trinitypostgradreview@gmail.com by 5pm on Friday 6th October.


college green

Existing alongside the GSU’s multi-disciplinary print journal, TPR, College Green is an arts and humanities magazine aims to represent original and rigorous research. We also encourage appropriate creative work, such as poetry, prose, and visual art with humanistic interests.

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