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1916 as a Global Event Lecture Series: “The Easter Rising and the Indian nationalist movement” Professor Partha Chatterjee
In association with University College Dublin, the Royal Irish Academy will co-organize and co-sponsor a series of high profile public lectures to underline the global repercussions of, and responses to, the Easter...
This Easter Monday, join us for a series of talks and exhibitions on the 1916 Rising.
'Pop-up' talks by historians and digital heritage experts and guided site demonstrations showcasing 1916-themed exhibitions in the Digital Repository of Ireland's multiple award-winning project Inspiring...
A special event will be hosted to remember Thomas Kent, after whom Cork Station was renamed in 1966.
A special event will be hosted to remember Thomas MacDonagh, after whom Kilkenny Station was renamed in 1966.
A special event will be hosted to remember Con Colbert, after whom Limerick Station was renamed in 1966.
Two special events will be hosted to remember Thomas Clarke and John MacBride, after whom Dundalk and Drogheda Stations were renamed in 1966.
Two special events will be hosted to remember Padraig and William Pearse and James Connolly, after whom two Dublin stations were renamed in 1966.
A special event will be hosted to remember Seán Heuston, after whom Kingsbridge Station was renamed in 1966.
A special event will be hosted to remember Roger Casement, after whom Tralee Station was renamed in 1966.