Library Lunchtime Lecture: Dr Michael Kennedy, '''Follow an independent line": how United Nations membership transformed Irish foreign policy'.
Lecture reflecting upon Ireland's membership of the UN since 1955.
Roy Foster will deliver a lecture on W. B. Yeats and Easter 1916 as a joint commemoration marking the ending of 2015 - the year of Yeats’s 150th anniversary, and the commencement of 2016 - the year of 1916...
An exhibition looking back at Ireland’s 60-year membership of the UN
A roundtable discussion on the implementation of the Defence white paper.
By Professor Margaret Murnane, Fellow of JILA and Professor of Physics at the University of Colorado.
Chaired by Catriona Crowe with Margaret O’Callaghan, Lucy McDiarmid and others.
Public Lecture: 'Ancient Philosophy and the Contemporary Good' on Thursday 12 November at 17:00 in Newman House followed by a one day Classical Studies Colloquium 'Ethics and Society in the Ancient World...
Academy Discourse: 'Risk regulation, uncertainty and ethics in governing biotechnologies' Professor Joyce Tait CBE, University of Edinburgh
This Discourse will consider how life science innovation trajectories are affected by our governance systems and the perspectives of different stakeholder groups. These factors will determine what new products and...
Quantum computation could revolutionize the information age and trigger as big an impact on society as the conventional computer. It promises to transform not just science and technology but our very understanding of...
1916 as a Global Event Lecture Series: “The Easter Rising and the Indian nationalist movement” Professor Partha Chatterjee
In association with University College Dublin, the Royal Irish Academy will co-organize and co-sponsor a series of high profile public lectures to underline the global repercussions of, and responses to, the Easter...
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