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‘Irish-language literature in Europe: a survey of translations and reception patterns in continental countries’
Presentations and a panel discussion with the co-editors and two co-authors of a chapter in the RIA'S recently published Ireland in the European Eye, on the topic of communication across languages, literatures and...
With the authors of A history of Ireland in 100 words. A workshop for students as well as adults.
With the authors of A history of Ireland in 100 words, published by the Royal Irish Academy, and calligrapher Timothy O’Neill.
An exhibition running from St Brigid’s Day to International Women’s Day
Celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge in partnership with Dublin City Council.
Enjoy our online exhibition based on the book A history of Ireland in 100 words to inspire fresh interest in the Irish language by revealing connections between words we still use and words used in a bygone age while...
Enjoy our online exhibition based on Catching the worm, the memoir of William C. Campbell, Ireland's only Nobel prizewinner for Medicine.
William C. Campbell is Ireland's only Nobel Prize winner for Medicine. To mark his 90th birthday we discuss his life and career and the challenges that the world faces as it battles Covid-19.
Enjoy our online exhibition based on Judging Shaw by Fintan O'Toole to inspire fresh interest in Shaw’s life, work and legacy.
Remember our touring exhibition that had to be stored away for lockdown? You can now view it at dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire.