Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Vol. VIII, 1945-1948, now freely available online, reveals how the Irish state dealt with the aftermath of the Second World War
THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY IS IRELAND'S LEADING BODY OF EXPERTS IN THE SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES
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The Royal Irish Academy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have today announced the six shortlisted titles for the 2020 Michel Déon Prize for Non-Fiction.
The fourth part of Dr Anthony Harvey's weekly series, designed for a non-specialist readership. It's not too late to catch up: the earlier parts are all still here!
Royal Irish Academy calls for an enhanced Irish science advice system.
Today Dr Mary Canning, PRIA welcomed our recently elected Members as we held our annual Admittance Day ceremony online
To: Wednesday, 23 December 2020
Online exhibition: From little known artists to well-established writers, this exhibition turns the spotlight on creative women from the Academy’s archives.
To: Thursday, 31 December 2020
Enjoy our online exhibition based on the book A history of Ireland in 100 words to inspire fresh interest in the Irish language by revealing connections between words we still use and words used in a bygone...
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