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Events

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08 Jan - 31 May

Françoise Henry and the history of Irish art

An exhibition of original papers, notes, journals and sketches by eminent archaeologist and Celtic art specialist Françoise Henry, MRIA.

Library, Exhibition
26 Feb - 26 Feb

Negative emission technologies: What role in meeting Paris Agreement targets?

Join us for a breakfast briefing with Professor Mike Jones, MRIA on the latest EASAC report.

Policy and International Relations, Climate Change and Environmental Sciences Committee
03 Mar - 03 Mar

Judging Redmond and Carson at Bualadh Boston

Professor Alvin Jackson talks Judging Redmond and Carson at Bualadh Boston.

Publications, Public Lecture
06 Mar

Redmond and Carson: bloodshed, borders and beyond

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.

Academy Discourse, Public Lecture
07 Mar

Judging Shaw lecture at Princeton University

Fintan O'Toole talks Judging Shaw at Princeton University

Publications, Judging Shaw, Public Lecture, Exhibition
21 Mar

How secular should the state be?

Public lecture by Professor Cécile Laborde

Public Lecture
27 Apr - 27 Apr

Judging Redmond and Carson lecture at Princeton University

Professor Alvin Jackson talks Judging Redmond and Carson at Princeton University.

Publications, Public Lecture
18 May

IHTA Seminar 2018

Irish Historic Towns Atlas Seminar in conjunction with the Historic Towns Trust 2018

Irish Historic Towns Atlas

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