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Listent to the lunchtime lecture 'Swift and books' by Professor Andrew Carpenter, MRIA, Emeritus Professor of English, UCD.
Listen to the lunchtime lecture 'Swift's Dublin' by Professor David Dickson, MRIA, Department of Modern History, TCD.
Listen to the lunchtime lecture 'Women in the writings of Jonathan Swift' by Dr Aileen Douglas, School of English, TCD.
Lunchtime Lecture on the Dutch artist Gabriel Beranger by Dr Peter Harbison, MRIA.
Please note that due to Hurricane Ophelia this event has been cancelled.
Please note the Hamilton Day Lecture has been cancelled due to hurricane Ophelia.
Lecture and recital at the Academy Library to celebrate Ireland's first National Harp Day
Public lecture by Jo da Silva OBE, winner of The Institution of Structural Engineers’ 2017 Gold Medal.
Professor Alvin Jackson talks Judging Redmond and Carson at Bualadh Boston.
This Academy Discourse by Professor Alvin Jackson, Hon. MRIA marking the anniversary of the death of John Redmond is the fourth in the series sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.