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Déanfar oidhreacht Pheig mar bhanscéalaí a phlé i gcomhthéacs scéalaíocht thraidisiúnta na mban i gcoitinne.
Conference by the Royal Irish Academy Library in partnership with Roinn na Sean-Ghaeilge, Ollscoil Mhá Nuad.
A seminar exploring current practice on access to historical mental health records in Ireland and alternative approaches.
The 2019 IHTA seminar, Seascapes and Townscapes—Ports and the Nineteenth-Century City will be held on 16 and 17 May 2019 in Dublin Port and Academy House.
Eighteenth-century manuscript culture in the wider Gaelic world: The manuscripts of Rev James McLagan (1728-1805) in context
A one-day conference on eighteenth-century manuscript culture in the wider gaelic World.
Séamas Ó Maitiú and Rachel Murphy to speak at 'Eureka! A seminar exploring discoveries at the Registry of Deeds' taking place in the Registry of Deeds as part of Heritage Week.
A biennial seminar presenting recent discoveries from archaeological excavation and research in Ireland supported by RIA grants funded by the National Monuments Service.
The Moore Institute (National University of Ireland, Galway) will host a seminar on the latest IHTA publication Renaissance Galway.
This half-day conference is produced in partnership with the Church of Ireland as part of the Church’s National Programme commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland.
This year's annual seminar from the Irish Historic Towns Atlas will take place online over each Thursday lunchtime throughout May 2021 with the plenary taking place on the final Thursday evening.