The public call, which invited proposals for projects to explore and share any element of the history of Grangegorman contributes to the important work of uncovering, cataloguing and commemorating the eventful history...
THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY IS IRELAND'S LEADING BODY OF EXPERTS IN THE SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES
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Funding awarded for innovative collaborative projects under the Ireland–Scotland Bilateral Network Grants scheme
The Digital Repository's Training and Engagement Manager Lorraine Marrey writes about delivering a workshop to secondary school students on using the DRI collections for a history project.
A half-day event celebrating the cultural and linguistic diversity of Ulster
The Celtic Academies Alliance showcase of research excellence and impact through collaborations between Wales, Scotland, and Ireland.
The 2024 Irish Historic Towns Atlas Seminar will take place in Cork on 15 May 2024.