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06 April 2016

'"Gaedhilg na haimsire seo" Writing processes and culture in Irish language print media 1909-1920'

Library Lunchtime Lecture by Dr Regina Uí Chollatáin

Library
27 April 2016

"The triumph of failure": Desmond Ryan (1893-1964): writing the history of the Easter rising

Library Lunchtime Lecture by Lawrence White, Dictionary of Irish Biography

Library
04 May 2016

The Academy in a decade of revolution

Library Lunchtime Lecture by Professor Mary Daly, President of the Royal Irish Academy

Library
04 July 2016

Representations of Jews in Irish Literature

Exhibition examining the portrayal of Jews and Jewishness in Ireland from the medieval period to the present day

Library, Exhibition
06 July 2016

Representations of Jews in Irish literature (1590-1922)

Lunchtime Lecture by Dr Barry Montgomery, Ulster University

Library
20 July 2016

Representations of Jews in twentieth-century Gaelic literature

Lunchtime Lecture by Dr Rióna Ní Fhrighil, NUI Galway

Library
22 August 2016

Book of Fenagh 500th anniversary

An exhibition celebrating the 500th anniversary of the making of the Book of Fenagh

Library, Exhibition
22 August 2016

Heritage Week 2016

Join us in the Library for our Heritage Week lectures and exhibition

Library, Exhibition
22 August 2016

‘Colonial experiments in geographical information systems: the Ordnance Survey and other archival databases in nineteenth-century Ireland’

Heritage Week Lunchtime Lecture by Professor Emeritus Patrick J. Duffy

Library

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