Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) are delighted to welcome some of Ireland’s leading archaeologists and scholars to Synergies: Transport Projects and Collaborative Research in Archaeology.
Join Raymond Gillespie MRIA for a talk about the history of the unusual landscape that was Grangegorman before the institutions, as part of Heritage Week 2023.
As part of Heritage Week 2023, a short video on the Cork atlas has been released.
To help us celebrate National Heritage Week 2023, Stephen Ferguson, An Post Archivist & Museum Curator will deliver a lunchtime lecture at RIA Library on Ireland’s stamps and changing national image.
For the Heritage Week 2023 theme 'Living Heritage', the Irish Historic Towns Atlas will hold five walking tours on Dublin Suburbs: Clontarf, Drumcondra, Kilmainham, Rathmines and the south-east city.
PublishOA.ie, co-led by the Royal Irish Academy and Trinity College Dublin, is pleased to announce a webinar which will give participants an introduction to different publishing platforms for books.
On Wednesday, 12 July at 12.30pm, panelists will share their preconceptions and experiences crossing the border to live on the other side, chaired by Martin Doyle, Irish Times
PublishOA.ie, co-led by the Royal Irish Academy and Trinity College Dublin, is pleased to announce a webinar which will give participants an introduction to different publishing platforms for journals.
Final-year drama students of TU Dublin perform in this new documentary play by Colin Murphy about the history of the Grangegorman mental hospital in Dublin’s north inner city.
Conference focusing on the specificities of pandemic experience in Ireland.
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