Heritage Podcast: Is contemporary collecting a risky business? Current practice and future questions at the National Museum of IrelandMonday, 22 October 2018
Lynn Scarff discusses...A crucial element of the museum is the human connection it offers. For both visitors and researchers, the museum has potentially a very different interaction with our history.
Charles Duggan discusses...From splendid Georgian beginnings to squalid tenement dwellings, the 14 Henrietta street museum seeks to interpret and exhibit Dublin’s rich and chequered social history through the stories...
The Royal Irish Academy is pleased to announce that once again it invites applications for ‘Directed Research for World Heritage Sites’
In this month’s Library blog post, Charles Dillon, Editor of the Royal Irish Academy’s Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge, examines how O’Brien’s Focalóir came about and its influence on Irish learning and lexicography.
Applications are invited for the permanent position of Assistant Editor to the Royal Irish Academy’s Documents on Irish Foreign Policy series.
The Royal Irish Academy is pleased to announce that once again it invites applications for ‘Archaeological Research Excavations’.
This year we were honoured to have Fields Medallist Martin Hairer with us to celebrate Hamilton Day, commemorating famed mathematician William Rowan Hamilton's 'Eureka moment'.
The latest instalment of Documents on Irish Foreign policy, covering 1957-1961, will be published in November.
A prestigious recognition as he is one of only sixteen foreign members elected to the US National Academy of Engineering this year.
Heritage Podcast: In time of inquisition: preserving and using the archives of the Irish Catholic ChurchTuesday, 16 October 2018
John McCafferty, UCD discusses the importance of the archives of Catholic religious congregations and dioceses for writing the history of Ireland.
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