An exhibition exploring aspects of Intellectual Life in Ireland, 1910-1920, through the prism of the Academy collections.
This is the third in a series of six events themed around the constitution.
A special event will be hosted to remember Thomas MacDonagh, after whom Kilkenny Station was renamed in 1966.
A special event will be hosted to remember Con Colbert, after whom Limerick Station was renamed in 1966.
'The great need of modern Ireland is to be re-united with its past ... through the intellectual cultivation of the country': the latter days of the Celtic Revival in Ireland
Library Lunchtime Lecture by Nicola Gordon Bowe
Professor Michael Graetzel, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
Two special events will be hosted to remember Thomas Clarke and John MacBride, after whom Dundalk and Drogheda Stations was renamed in 1966.
A workshop on Shakespeare in film and modern popular culture by Professor Mark Thornton Burnett MRIA, Queen's University Belfast.
‘Show me your data, and I’ll tell you who you are: an exploration of data-driven prediction’, Dr Brian MacNamee
'Medieval Townscapes: Comparative perspectives through the Irish and British Historic Towns Atlases'. It is FREE to attend, but booking is essential.
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