Irish Historic Towns Atlases of Maynooth, Dundalk and Dublin, part II, 1610 to 1756 are now freely available to search or download.
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Archaeology 2025: Strategic Pathways for Archaeology in Ireland will be launched by Minster Heather Humphreys on Tuesday, 2 May at 18:00.
Nominations are now open for the Academy Gold Medals.
Professor Michael Peter Kennedy, a world expert in wireless communications, is the 56th President of the Royal Irish Academy.
Proposals for papers for Symposium on Human Rights and the Humanities: Culture and Critique on 7 December 2017.
Contributors to 1916 Portraits and Lives will discuss the lives of three key figures involved in the Easter Rising.
Public lecture by Professor Roger J.P. Kain, School of Advanced Study, University of London, as part of the IHTA Seminar 2017.
IHTA Seminar 2017 – Mapping Townscapes: comparative perspectives through the Irish and British Historic Towns Atlases
A multi-media staging of the medieval tale of Buile Suibhne / Sweeny's Madness in both modern Irish and English.
International Affairs Conference 2017
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