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Pioneering motorist Fay Taylour joins the DIB in our latest batch of 'missing persons'. Born in Offaly in 1904, she won multiple major motorcycle and car racing titles against both male and female competitors.
This month's Library Blog post looks at the sixteenth-century Irish law manuscript from the Academy collection currently on display in Galway City Museum.
Listen to Brendan O’Leary Hon. MRIA discuss his latest three volume book A Treatise on Northern Ireland with Ben Lowry, Deputy Editor, News Letter.
The Presidential Discourse by Peter Kennedy will be on the topic 'Reflections on the role of a Learned Academy.' This Discourse is part of our 2019/20 Series sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.
Library Lunchtime Lecture. Dr Nollaig Ó Muraíle, MRIA, will give the first lecture in our series on The Books of Knockninny: the Maguires and their manuscripts in the early eighteenth century.
A workshop on the latest SAPEA report and what it means for Ireland.
Philip Lane MRIA, European Central Bank will be in conversation with Alan Barrett MRIA, Director, ESRI.
A free lunchtime lecture on James Joyce and Aristotelian metaphysics and psychology in 'Ulysses' by Fran O’Rourke, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University College Dublin
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