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08 June 2016

'The Idea of a Republic: Freedom and Politics'

This is the fourth in a series of six events themed around the constitution.

Humanities and Social Sciences Committees, Ethical, Political, Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee
07 June 2016

Morals and markets

Geosciences and Geographical Sciences Committee symposium.

Science Committees, Geosciences and Geographical Sciences Committee
30 May 2016
28 May 2016

Station event to commemorate Seán Heuston

A special event will be hosted to remember Seán Heuston, after whom Kingsbridge Station was renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications
22 May 2016

Food and Drink in Ireland

A panel discussion as part of the Kerrygold Ballymaloe Litfest.

Publications
21 May 2016

Two station events to commemorate Padraig and William Pearse and James Connolly

Two special events will be hosted to remember Padraig and William Pearse and James Connolly, after whom two Dublin stations were renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications
20 May 2016

IHTA Seminar 2016

'Medieval Townscapes: Comparative perspectives through the Irish and British Historic Towns Atlases'. It is free to attend, but booking is essential.

Seminar, Irish Historic Towns Atlas
18 May 2016

Engineering and Computer Science Lecture Series 2016

‘Show me your data, and I’ll tell you who you are: an exploration of data-driven prediction’, Dr Brian MacNamee

Science Committees, Engineering and Computer Sciences Committee
14 May 2016

'Shakespeare: Here and Elsewhere'

A workshop on Shakespeare in film and modern popular culture by Professor Mark Thornton Burnett MRIA, Queen's University Belfast.

Humanities and Social Sciences Committees, Study of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication Committee
14 May 2016

Two station events to commemorate Thomas Clarke and John MacBride

Two special events will be hosted to remember Thomas Clarke and John MacBride, after whom Dundalk and Drogheda Stations were renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications

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