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17 October 2018

Siar Agus Aniar

Turas liteartha le Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks - A literary journey with Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks

Publications, Irish Language, Literature and Celtic Cultures Committee, Study of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication Committee
16 October 2018

Hamilton Lecture 2018 - On coin tosses, atoms and forest fires

To celebrate William Rowan Hamilton's life and contribution to mathematics, we present the annual Hamilton Lecture given by Professor Martin Hairer (Imperial College London).

Membership, Physical, Chemical and Mathematical Sciences Committee, Hamilton Day, Public Lecture
12 October 2018

A Future for Digital Records in Local Authority Services

'A Future for Digital Records in Local Authority Services': a day-long symposium on digital records and local authorities in Ireland. 

Digital Repository of Ireland
03 October 2018

From 'machine bread' to artisan loaves: Ireland's other staple in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

Dublin Festival of History Lunchtime Lecture by Juliana Adelman and Catherine Cleary

Library, Public Lecture
02 October 2018

Behind The Maps: Navigating the Irish Historic Towns Atlas

As part of the Dublin Festival of History, Jennifer Moore of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, will deliver two workshops examining how the atlas is a platform for multiple types of urban historic research.

Irish Historic Towns Atlas
26 September 2018

Presbyterianism in Dublin and the south of Ireland; an unfamiliar history

Dublin Festival of History Lunchtime Lecture by Dr Linde Lunney

Library, Public Lecture
25 September 2018

Recent insights into how the Earth works: embracing uncertainty

This Academy Discourse by Professor Chris Bean, School of Cosmic Physics, Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies is the seventh in the series sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.

Discourse Series
25 September 2018

Behind The Maps: Navigating the Irish Historic Towns Atlas

As part of the Dublin Festival of History, Jennifer Moore of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, will deliver two workshops examining how the atlas is a platform for multiple types of urban historic research.

Irish Historic Towns Atlas
24 September 2018

Dublin Festival of History

The annual Dublin Festival of History takes place at various venues  across the city. This year the Library and the Irish Historic Towns Atlas will be participating for the first time.

Library, Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Public Lecture
21 September 2018

Culture Night

Visit Academy House this Culture Night, we have lots to do and see. 

Library, Publications, Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge, Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Exhibition

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