In October the Library was pleased to receive by donation a 19th century illustrated edition of Dante Alighieri’s Inferno – The Vision of Hell
The Royal Irish Academy: Annual Report for 2014/15.
New book reveals how Trinity students, staff and alumni experienced the tumultuous period of 1912-1923 which transformed Dublin, Ireland, and the wider world.
Línte Liombó (Lines from limbo) by Seán Ó Ríordáin, 1971
Galway c.1200 to c.1900: from medieval borough to modern city now available.
Lebor na hUidre (LU) is the oldest extant manuscript written entirely in the Irish language. It contains the earliest versions of some of the most celebrated sagas: Táin Bó Cuailnge, Togail Bruidne Da Derga, Fled...
The Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) website has had a make-over.
An essential source for historiography.
1916 Portraits and Lives wins the IDI Award for Best Illustration (David Rooney) and Highly Commended for Printed Book Design (Fidelma Slattery).
This week’s feature for Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks is The Troubles by J.G Farrell.
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