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We are very pleased to announce the re-opening of the Academy Library on a limited basis from Monday, August 10, 2020 from 10.30-13:00.
The last explorer in our series is Beatrice Ethel Grimshaw, who started her career as a sports journalist and long-distance cyclist before travelling extensively in the South Seas and Australasia and settling in...
Our author Niamh Moore-Cherry reflects on some of the lessons learnt from Ireland's response to the 2008 economic crisis and how they can help face the current crisis.
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...
To: Monday, 02 November 2020
Enjoy our online exhibition based on Judging Shaw by Fintan O'Toole to inspire fresh interest in Shaw’s life, work and legacy.
Join us online for the first Academy Discourse in the 2020-21 Series on the topic of the upcoming US elections.
Join the DRI to explore questions around the long-term preservation of at-risk culturally significant digital materials in a lively webinar.
To: Thursday, 24 September 2020
A few digital preservationists from around the world, including DRI’s Natalie Harrower, have come together to organise an online knowledge exchange in anticipation of the 2020 iPres conference in Beijing, which has...
Academy Discourse by international cultural heritage expert Dr Mounir Bouchenaki sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.
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