For this weekend's All-Ireland camogie final we are revisiting the life of Kathleen 'Kay' Mills who won fifteen All-Ireland senior medals. Read her entry below by Mary Moran.
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Archaeology Research Excavation Grants, Directed Archaeological Research for World Heritage Sites, Archaeology Radiocarbon Dates Scheme now open for applications
New DIFP exhibition in National Archives of Ireland on Ireland and the outbreak of the Second World War04 September 2019
To mark the eightieth anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War, our latest exhibition co-curated with the National Archives of Ireland explores how Ireland saw the start of the conflict.
Mr Michael Ring T.D., Minister for Rural and Community Development, launched the Rural Conversations report at 11.30 a.m. on Wednesday, 4 September 2019 at the Royal Irish Academy.
For this month’s Library blog post Alison FitzGerald and Joy Sherwood of Maynooth University take a look at the weird and wonderful in popular entertainment of the eighteenth and nineteenth century.
Join John Gibney for the first lecture in the lunchtime series on 100 years of Irish foreign policy.
Visit us on Culture Night, we have lots in store ...
Lunchtime Lecture with Nobel Laureate Thomas Cech, Director, BioFrontiers Institute
Academy Discourse by bat expert Professor Emma Teeling.
Professor Harry White, MRIA, will give the first lecture in our series on 'Discovering Thomas Moore'.
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