The Haliday Collection & the DIB: J. P. PrendergastTuesday, 11 April 2017
John Patrick Prendergast, author of The Cromwellian settlement of Ireland (1863), supported the publication of Haliday's Scandinavian kingdom of Dublin (1882), and recorded details of Haliday's life for posterity.
Study of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication Committee - Our WorkThursday, 6 April 2017
The committee has presented the following programme of events and activities which have been held at the Royal Irish Academy and elsewhere.
DRI short-listed for 2017 eGovernment Award!Wednesday, 5 April 2017
DRI are shortlisted for the exhibition Frongoch and 1916: Recreating a Lost Landscape, launched in December 2016.
'Ability and industry scarcely credible': Johann Kaspar Zeuss and Grammatica CelticaMonday, 3 April 2017
The latest Library blog post, written by Charles Dillon, editor of the Academy's Foclóir Stairiúil Gaeilge, looks at the 'founder of Celtic studies'.
Dr Natalie Harrower appointed Director of Digital Repository of IrelandWednesday, 29 March 2017
The Digital Repository of Ireland are pleased to announce that Dr Natalie Harrower has been appointed Director.
Launch of RIA Brexit TaskforceWednesday, 29 March 2017
The Royal Irish Academy's Brexit Taskforce holds inaugural meeting.
RIA Joint Statement with UK Academies on Triggering of Article 50Wednesday, 29 March 2017
The Royal Irish Academy and the UK Academies today released a joint statement on higher education, research and innovation, following the formal invocation of Article 50 by the UK Government.
The Book of Uí Mhaine International ConferenceMonday, 27 March 2017
Listen back to this two-day conference on one of our major Gaelic medieval manuscripts
ALLEA - The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (Revised Edition)Friday, 24 March 2017
ALLEA publishes revised edition of the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity. Lead author was Dr Maura Hiney (HRB), the Academy's expert nominee to ALLEA working group.
Genome Editing: Scientific Opportunities, Public Interests and Policy Options in the European UnionThursday, 23 March 2017
New EASAC report on genome editing advises European policy-makers on how to approach groundbreaking research on plants, animals, microbes and humans.
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