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01 February 2015

The Book of Ballymote and the Royal Irish Academy, 1785-2015

Online exhibition looking at some of the scholarly works undertaken on the Book of Ballymote an iconic and hugely important 14th century Irihs manuscript.

Library, Exhibition
03 November 2015

Gaelic Medical Manuscripts from the Academy collections

Online exhibition highlighting a lesser known aspect of medieval Irish society and the range of medical learning to which Irish doctors had access and which they made their own.

Library
11 January 2016

UN60: Éire ag na Náisiúin Aontaithe / Ireland at the United Nations, 1955-2015

An exhibition looking back at Ireland’s 60-year membership of the UN

Library, Documents on Irish Foreign Policy
13 January 2016

Library Lunchtime Lecture: Dr Michael Kennedy, '''Follow an independent line": how United Nations membership transformed Irish foreign policy'.

Lecture reflecting upon Ireland's membership of the UN since 1955.

Library, Documents on Irish Foreign Policy
03 February 2016

'From Dublin Westward: Petrie, Clonmacnoise and Aran'

Library Lunchtime Lecture by Professor Tom Dunne.

Library
15 February 2016

Views of Dublin: original watercolours by George Petrie, MRIA, 1790-1866

An exhibition of Petrie's framed original views of Dublin.

Library
22 February 2016

Intellectual life in Ireland, 1910-1920

An exhibition exploring aspects of Intellectual Life in Ireland, 1910-1920, through the prism of the Academy collections.

Exhibition, Library
02 March 2016

‘Douglas Hyde’s ideology of de-anglicising the Irish nation: inspiration, input and impact, 1874–1922’

Library Lunchtime Lecture by Professor Liam Mac Mathúna

Library
09 March 2016

'Prof. Eleanor Knott (1886-1975): Irish scholar and lexicographer'

Library Lunchtime Lecture by Chantal Kobel

Library
28 March 2016

Inspiring Ireland 1916 at RTÉ's 'Reflecting the 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...

1916 Centenary, Library

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