The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to announce that the Charlemont Grants scheme is open to applications until 3rd November.
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In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Gill Plunkett, David M. Brown and Graeme T. Swindles consider the impacts that droughts might have had on human populations in prehistoric...
Academy House is open subject to maximum occupancy levels.
The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to announce the speakers for their 2021/22 Discourse Series which will be sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran LLP.
Professor Canny’s most recent book reveals that Irish people have proved ourselves less capable than the populations of most other European countries of reaching an agreed narrative concerning our early modern past.
To: Wednesday, 06 October 2021
Library Lunchtime Lecture Series, in collaboration with Coiste Léann na Gaeilge, Litríocht na Gaeilge agus na gCultúr Ceilteach, celebrating the 1500th anniversary of the birth of St Colum Cille.
Janet Browne Hon. MRIA explores the construction and reconstruction of Darwin's retrospective account of his life, sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran LLP.
21:30-23:00 Irish Time / 16.30-18:00 US Time
Join RIA authors of A history of Ireland in 100 words for a virtual event organised by Princeton University, NJ.
This online discussion with invited panellists will explore the evolution of language and terminology associated with mental illness.
As part of the Dublin Festival of History and to celebrate the publication of Rathmines, Séamas Ó Maitiú will discuss the development of the Dublin suburb.