The recent release of the latest in the Documents on Irish Foreign Policy series received a good deal of attention in the national media; read our round-up of coverage here.
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The latest instalment of Documents on Irish Foreign Policy, covering 1957-1961, has just been published.
Dr Natalie Harrower is the Director of the Digital Repository of Ireland. In this podcast she talks about the challenges of preserving heritage that is ‘born digital’ and how best to...
RIA and BA Brexit Briefing Series: The Belfast/Good Friday Agreement, the Island of Ireland Economy and Brexit26 October 2018
The fifth paper in the Royal Irish Academy and British Academy Brexit Briefing Series has now been published.
The US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards are a joint initiative of the Royal Irish Academy and the American Chamber of Commerce, Ireland.
You are invited to attend the upcoming Royal Irish Academy Workshop on Early Career Researcher Support.
Dr. Paul Deane (UCC) will examine what might Ireland look like in the year 2050.
A panel discussion with four Irish women writers to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Maria Edgeworth.
To: Tuesday, 11 December 2018
This one-day conference, produced in partnership with the Houses of the Oireachtas, is being held to mark the 100th anniversary of Dáil Éireann.
To: Thursday, 13 December 2018
Déanfar oidhreacht Pheig mar bhanscéalaí a phlé i gcomhthéacs scéalaíocht thraidisiúnta na mban i gcoitinne.
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