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17 Jun - Array

Discovering Thomas Moore: Ireland in nineteenth-century Europe

Find out more about Moore! A new exhibition at the Royal Irish Academy Library, in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast. This exhibition will also be on view 22 January - 28 February 2020

Library, Exhibition
20 Nov

The politicization of the harp through Moore's Irish melodies

Professor Úna Hunt will give the fifth and final lecture in our series on 'Discovering Thomas Moore'.

Library, Public Lecture, Exhibition
21 Nov - Array

Engaging with Europeana for Cultural Heritage Professionals and Researchers

An introductory event on Europeana bringing together speakers with a variety of expertise to discuss the benefits of both contributing data to Europeana and using Europeana as a researcher.

Digital Repository of Ireland
21 Nov - Array

‘Housing and home, global and local: where are we now?’

This event will commence with Professor Saskia Sassen (Columbia University) delivering her keynote 'Predatory formations dressed in Wall Street suits and algorithmic math'. Professor Sassen's keynote will be...

Humanities and Social Sciences Committees, Social Sciences Committee
25 Nov - Array

Race, ethnicity, equality and inclusion in higher education in Ireland and the UK

Race, ethnicity, equality and inclusion in higher education in Ireland and the UK: a dialogue event presented by the Royal Irish Academy and British Council in Ireland.

Policy and International Relations
27 Nov - Array

Transitioning to Open Science: How can the research community prepare?

This event will look at how funders and HEIs in Ireland and Europe are preparing for the transition to Open Science.

Policy and International Relations
28 Nov

The Anatomy of Memory

Neuroscientist Eleanor Maguire will discuss memory failure as part of her Discourse.

Discourse Series, Public Lecture
05 Dec - Array

DPASSH 2019: Practical Approaches to Open Research in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

DPASSH 2019, the biennial ‘Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities’ conference will this year be a collaboration between the Digital Repository of Ireland and Queen’s University, Belfast.

Digital Repository of Ireland
13 Feb

Professor Philip Lane Discourse

Professor Lane will be in conversation with Alan Barrett MRIA, Director, Economic and Social Research Institute. They will cover amongst other topics the priorities in European economic policy in the aftermath of...

Discourse Series, Public Lecture
27 Feb - Array

'Church of Ireland: Disestablishment and beyond'

This half-day conference is produced in partnership with the Church of Ireland as part of the Church’s National Programme commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland. 

Humanities and Social Sciences Committees, Ethical, Political, Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee, Historical Studies Committee, Social Sciences Committee, Seminar


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