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22 Feb - 24 Jun

Intellectual life in Ireland, 1910-1920

An exhibition exploring aspects of Intellectual Life in Ireland, 1910-1920, through the prism of the Academy collections.

Library
04 May

The Academy in a decade of revolution

Library Lunchtime Lecture by Professor Mary Daly, President of the Royal Irish Academy

Library
06 May

'Constitutions and these Islands: Beyond Brexit'

This is the third in a series of six events themed around the constitution.

Legal and Philosophical Studies, Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee
12 May

'Energy beyond oil'

Professor Michael Graetzel, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.

Chemical and Mathematical Sciences Committee, Physical, Science Committees
14 May

'Shakespeare: Here and Elsewhere'

A workshop on Shakespeare in film and modern popular culture by Professor Mark Thornton Burnett MRIA, Queen's University Belfast.

Committee for the Study of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication, Humanities and Social Sciences Committees
18 May

Engineering and Computer Science Lecture Series 2016

‘Show me your data, and I’ll tell you who you are: an exploration of data-driven prediction’, Dr Brian MacNamee

Engineering and Computer Sciences Committee, Science Committees
20 May

IHTA Seminar 2016

'Medieval Townscapes: Comparative perspectives through the Irish and British Historic Towns Atlases'. It is FREE to attend, but booking is essential.

Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Seminar
07 Jun

Morals and markets

Can we trust our political and economic systems to work in our best interest? Is there a place for ethical behaviour and moral concerns in these arenas?

Geosciences and Geographical Sciences Committee, Science Committees

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