On 16 October the Royal Irish Academy will celebrate the anniversary of George Rowan Hamilton’s discovery of quaternion theory with the annual Hamilton Lecture.
On Hamilton day the Academy will host a Public Conversation with a number of leading Irish researchers. This event will aim to examine networks and their applications from different perspectives. The speakers will cover...
This public discourse will explore how a variety of insights about climate and its cultural and political manifestations can offer a sufficient number of entry points for human actors to work creatively with the idea of...
Online exhibition looking at some of the scholarly works undertaken on the Book of Ballymote an iconic and hugely important 14th century Irihs manuscript.
A one day symposium consisting of IHTA authors and architects who discussed urban planning in the past and into the future.
On Thursday 16 October 2014, Professor Cedric Villani, Professor at the University of Lyon and Director of the Institut Henri Poincar will give the annual Hamilton lecture.
This year’s DAH institute theme, “transformations”, not only represents this change in the arts and humanities disciplines but also reflects a transitionary period for a significant number of students in the programme...
The lecture will be given by Professor Adrian E. Raftery, Professor of Statistics at the University of Washington.
Hosted by the Irish and Celtic Studies Research Institute (Director, Professor A.P. Ó Corráin), Magee Campus, University of Ulster, Derry-Londonderry.
The Second DAH Institute was held from 19-21 September 2012 at NUI Galway.
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