Listen back to our lunchtime lecture series celebrating sisterhood and specifically the lives and achievements of five families of sisters who made their mark on Irish life.
RIA Response to the Creative Ireland Programme
In April 1949 Ireland became a republic and left the Commonwealth. What did the Commonwealth think about it?
'Republic to Republic': A new Google exhibition by RIA DIFP and UCD Archives on Ireland's international sovereignty from 1919 to 1949.Thursday, 18 April 2019
To mark the seventieth anniversary of Ireland becoming a republic, DIFP and UCD Archives have co-curated a new online exhibition on Irish sovereignty from 1919 to 1949.
Digital Repository of Ireland invite early career researchers to apply for a new annual Research Award worth €500.
Rural Conversation No. 3: 'Building vibrant and sustainable communities in rural Ireland’, the final in the series of three Rural Conversations was held on Thursday, 4 April 2019 and hosted in Waterford Institute of...
To mark the seventieth anniversary of the declaration of the republic and Ireland’s departure from the Commonwealth on 18 April 1949, we are publishing a number of our entries of figures involved in Irish foreign policy...
Professor Mary O'Dowd, MRIA, will today deliver a lecture 'The Shackleton sisters: Irish Quaker women c. 1750-1850' the fifth and final event in the current lunchtime series, 'Sisters', celebrating the lives and...
At midnight on 17 April 1949 Ireland officially became a republic, and it is often forgotten that enormous crowds came out to celebrate the occasion.
A delegation from the Royal Irish Academy, Highlanes Gallery and Louth County Council were invited for a courtesy call to Áras an Uachtaráin on 15 April 2019 where author Ned Mc Hugh presented President...
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