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30 Mar - 31 Dec

The Cathach of Colum Cille: The story of an ancient Irish manuscript

This year marks the 1500th anniversary of the birth of St Colm Cille. To celebrate, the Royal Irish Academy Library has curated a new online exhibition on the most famous relic associated with the saint, the Cathach of...

Library
25 Aug - 06 Oct

Colum Cille 1500: Téacsanna agus Traidisiúin / Columba 1500: Texts and Traditions

Library Lunchtime Lecture Series, in collaboration with Coiste Léann na Gaeilge, Litríocht na Gaeilge agus na gCultúr Ceilteach, celebrating the 1500th anniversary of the birth of St Colum Cille. 

Library
28 Sep

Academy Discourse: Darwin’s Afterlives: Recollection and the Making of Biography

Janet Browne Hon. MRIA explores the construction and reconstruction of Darwin's retrospective account of his life, sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran LLP.

01 Oct

A History of Ireland in 100 (and More) Words

Join RIA authors of A history of Ireland in 100 words for a virtual event organised by Princeton University, NJ.

Publications, Seminar
07 Oct

Grangegorman Histories: historical language and terminology and the history of mental illness

This online discussion with invited panellists will explore the evolution of language and terminology associated with mental illness. 

07 Oct

Rathmines through time and space: from medieval rath to flatland

As part of the Dublin Festival of History and to celebrate the publication of Rathmines, Séamas Ó Maitiú will discuss the development of the Dublin suburb. 

Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Public Lecture
14 Oct

Revealing the Past

A biennial seminar presenting recent archaeological excavation and research projects supported by the National Monuments Service, Queen's University Belfast and the Historic Environments Division, Department for...

Standing Committee for Archaeology
15 Oct

Hamilton Lecture 2021: Glimpses into Hyperbolic geometry

Join us to watch Caroline Series, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the University of Warwick present the 2021 Hamilton Lecture.

Science Committees, Physical, Chemical and Mathematical Sciences Committee, Hamilton Day
01 May

IHTA Seminar 2022

Next year's Irish Historic Towns Atlas seminar will take place next May 2022.

Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Seminar

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