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Events

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09 Mar - 23 Dec

Online exhibition: Creative women of Ireland: artists and writers from the archives

Online exhibition: From little known artists to well-established writers, this exhibition turns the spotlight on creative women from the Academy’s archives.

Library, Exhibition
06 Apr - 31 Dec

Online exhibition: A history of Ireland in 10 words

Enjoy our online exhibition based on the book A history of Ireland in 100 words to inspire fresh interest in the Irish language by revealing connections between words we still use and words used in a bygone...

Publications, Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge, Irish Language, Literature and Celtic Cultures Committee, Exhibition
28 Jun - 31 Dec

Online exhibition: Catching the worm

Enjoy our online exhibition based on Catching the worm, the memoir of William C. Campbell, Ireland's only Nobel prizewinner for Medicine.

Publications, Exhibition
02 Dec

Collecting in a Crisis: Rapid Response Web and Social Media Archiving

Join the DRI and NAI to learn how our digital cultural memory is safeguarded in a time of crisis! 

Digital Repository of Ireland
03 Dec

Catching the Worm with William C. Campbell

Join us for a captivating conversation with RIA author and Nobel laureate William C. Campbell, as part of Dublin Book Festival.

Publications, Public Lecture
03 Dec

IHTA, no. 30, Dungarvan/Dún Garbhán lecture and interview

To celebrate the release of Irish Historic Towns Atlas, no. 30, Dungarvan/Dún Garbhán by John Martin, a lecture and interview will take place online.  

Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Public Lecture
11 Jan

Academy Discourse: Northern Ireland after Brexit

Fintan O'Toole, MRIA and William Crawley, MRIA will discuss the future of Northern Ireland in this conversation style Discourse.

Discourse Series, ARINS - Analysis and Research: Ireland North and South
15 Jan

'Change Minds’ Archives, Art and Mental Health

Join us for a discussion exploring the impact, legacy and transformative potential of the UK 'Change Minds' project.

12 May - 13 May

Event Postponed until 2021: IHTA Seminar 'Town and Country'

Event postponed until 2021: This year's Irish Historic Towns Atlas Seminar will be postponed until 2021.  

Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Seminar

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