Forthcoming Cork AtlasTuesday, 28 February 2023
Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 31 Cork/Corcaigh by Howard B. Clarke and Máire Ní Laoí is in full production in the IHTA office, with an expected publication date of Winter 2023.
9 students awarded the 2022 Hamilton Prize for MathematicsTuesday, 28 February 2023
Today, the prestigious undergraduate Hamilton Prize was awarded to the top 9 mathematical students on the Island of Ireland, at a ceremony in the Royal Irish Academy.
Watchback: The Fiscal Social ContractTuesday, 28 February 2023
Can taxation be a tool for social good? Watch back our recent event now
Nowlan Digitisation grants scheme open to researchers for 2023Thursday, 23 February 2023
The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to open the Nowlan Digitisation Grants scheme to applications within the discipline of History until Wednesday, 12 April.
Enrico Dal Lago MRIA: HistorianWednesday, 22 February 2023
Professor Dal Lago’s research looks at the comparative history of the nineteenth-century Americas and Europe—particularly the United States in the era of the American civil war and Italy in the age of Italian national...
Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Vol. XIII launched by Tánaiste Micheál MartinWednesday, 22 February 2023
The latest volume in the Documents on Irish Foreign Policy series was launched by Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin on 21 February 2023.
Charlemont Grants 2023Wednesday, 22 February 2023
The Royal Irish Academy is pleased to announce funding for sixteen early career researchers under this year's Charlemont Grants scheme.
Project Manager, Mental Health Archiving Project - role in the HSE open for applicationsMonday, 20 February 2023
A new Project Manager role has arisen within the HSE.
Call for papers - Human (in)security in an unsettled worldMonday, 20 February 2023
The annual International Affairs Conference will take place on 2 May 2023 and submissions are welcome before the closing date of Wednesday, 8 March.
Guide to archiving digital records for volunteer and community groupsThursday, 16 February 2023
The Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) is delighted to announce a new resource: 'Guide to archiving digital records for volunteer and community groups', published by the Archiving Reproductive Health project.
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