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13 Jan - 28 Feb

The Books of Knockninny: manuscripts, culture and society in 18th-century Fermanagh

An exhibition to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the compilation of the 'Book of Knockninny' and related manuscripts commissioned by Brian Mág Uidhir of Knockninny, County Fermanagh, in the early eighteenth...

Library, Exhibition
22 Jan - 28 Feb

Discovering Thomas Moore: Ireland in nineteenth-century Europe

Find out more about Moore! An exhibition at the Royal Irish Academy Library, in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast. 

Library, Exhibition
19 Feb

‘The three Aristotles of James Joyce’

A free lunchtime lecture by Fran O’Rourke, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, UCD. Followed by a recital of Irish songs from the works of James Joyce with accompaniment by guitarist John Feeley.

Library, Humanities and Social Sciences Committees, Ethical, Political, Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee, Public Lecture
26 Feb

‘An English take on an Irish Character: John Henry Newman’s Irish printing-type’

Library Lunchtime Lecture by Dr Dermot McGuinne

Library, Public Lecture
11 Mar

Nuala and her sisters: the daughters of Aodh Ó Domhnaill and An Iníon Dubh

Library Lunchtime Lecture series 'Sisters II'. Dr Pádraig Ó Macháin, Professor of Modern Irish, UCC, will give the first lecture in this new series.

Library, Public Lecture
18 Mar

'Miss Sidney and Miss Olivia': the lives and writings of the Owenson sisters

Library Lunchtime Lecture series 'Sisters II'. Dr Claire Connolly, MRIA, Professor of Modern English, UCC, will give the second lecture in this new series.

Library, Public Lecture
25 Mar

Katharine Tynan (1859–1931) and Nora Tynan O’Mahony (1866–1954): Poetry, “Potboilers” and Print Journalism

Library Lunchtime Lecture series 'Sisters II'. Dr Gerardine Meaney, MRIA, Professor of Cultural Theory, School of English, Drama & Film, UCD will give the third lecture in this new series.

Library, Public Lecture
01 Apr

The seventeenth-century Boyle sisters and their letters: writing family and voicing the female

Library Lunchtime Lecture series 'Sisters II'. Dr Ann-Maria Walsh, School of English, Drama & Film, UCD, will give the fourth lecture in this new series.

Library, Public Lecture
08 Apr

"We have found a better way, boys": Reassessing Anna and Fanny Parnell

Library Lunchtime Lecture series 'Sisters II'. Dr Diane Urquhart, Professor of Gender History, QUB, will give the fifth lecture in this new series.

Library, Public Lecture

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