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Online exhibition looking at some of the scholarly works undertaken on the Book of Ballymote an iconic and hugely important 14th century Irihs manuscript.
Online exhibition highlighting a lesser known aspect of medieval Irish society and the range of medical learning to which Irish doctors had access and which they made their own.
An exhibition looking back at Ireland’s 60-year membership of the UN
(GA) Library Lunchtime Lecture: Dr Michael Kennedy, ''Follow an independent line': how United Nations membership transformed Irish foreign policy'.
Lecture reflecting upon Ireland's membership of the UN since 1955.
Library Lunchtime Lecture by Professor Tom Dunne.
An exhibition of Petrie's framed original views of Dublin.
An exhibition exploring aspects of Intellectual Life in Ireland, 1910-1920, through the prism of the Academy collections.
‘Douglas Hyde’s ideology of de-anglicising the Irish nation: inspiration, input and impact, 1874–1922’
Library Lunchtime Lecture by Professor Liam Mac Mathúna
Library Lunchtime Lecture by Chantal Kobel
'Pop-up' talks by historians and digital heritage experts and guided site demonstrations showcasing 1916-themed exhibitions in the Digital Repository of Ireland's multiple award-winning project Inspiring Ireland.