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Population Projections for All Countries
The lecture will be given by Professor Adrian E. Raftery, Professor of Statistics at the University of Washington.
Archaeology Seminar: Revealing the Past
Presentation of recent discoveries made through excavations in Ireland.
Public Lecture: 'Burning books: what can writing tell us about rights?'
The Royal Irish Academy invites you to attend a public lecture arranged by the Academy's Committee for the Study of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication.
Public Lecture: 'Yeats and the occult: the unchristened heart'
Professor Harper is the Director of the Yeats Summer School, the President of the International Yeats Society, the author or editor of a number of works on Yeats and the Occult. Margaret Harper is the Glucksman...
'Ethics and society in the Ancient World' Classical Studies Colloquium and Public Lecture 2015
Public Lecture: 'Ancient Philosophy and the Contemporary Good' on Thursday 12 November at 17:00 in Newman House followed by a one day Classical Studies Colloquium 'Ethics and Society in the Ancient World' on Friday 13...
Implementing The Defence White Paper: Issues And Implications
A roundtable discussion on the implementation of the Defence white paper.
Ceardlann um Dhigitiú
Conference on the digitisation of Irish and Scottish Gàidhlig language materials and related folklore and cultural documents.
Constitutional Conversations: Constitutions, referendums and the family
This is the first in a series of six events themed around the constitution.
Archaeology 2025 Assembly
The Archaeology 2025 Assembly is the penultimate public event in the 6 months of open engagement for the Archaeology 2025 Strategy project.
Reviewing Constitutions: the Role of Constitutional Conventions
This is the second in a series of six events themed around the constitution.