Professor Terence Tao, UCLA, delivered the Royal Irish Academy's 2020 Hamilton Lecture on the topic ‘The Cosmic Distance Ladder’
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Calling 18- to 25-year-olds on the island of Ireland to tell the story of your generation through your smartphone lens. Photographs with accompanying captions will be selected for an online exhibition. Closing date for...
Our series ends with Kate Meyrick, the notorious Irish ‘queen of nightclubs’ in 1920s London who was immortalised in the works of Evelyn Waugh and Anthony Powell.
After the book and the exhibition, we're now working on educational resources based around extracts from tales, poetry and historical texts composed in the Middle Ages.
DRI and RDA Ireland, with the support of Europeana Research will explore the benefits of publishing Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums (GLAM) data as FAIR data and will address questions about how this...
Academy Discourse by international cultural heritage expert Dr Mounir Bouchenaki sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.
Celebrating the launch of a special issue to mark 40 years of the Journal of Bernard Shaw Studies: SHAW 40.2 on 'Shaw and Legacy' .
Eminent physicist, Professor Vlatko Vedral FInstP, Professor of Quantum Information Science at University of Oxford will deliver the 2020 lecture
Join Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Hon. MRIA for this online Academy Discourse sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.
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