The Ethical Political Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee Series of Constitutional ConversationsWednesday, 12 October 2016
During 2016 Mason Hayes & Curran sponsored the committee’s series of Constitutional Conversations on a range of topics.
Ethical Political Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee Opinion SeriesWednesday, 12 October 2016
Throughout 2015 the committee authored an Opinion Series on a range of topics as part of the President of Ireland’s Ethics Initiative.
Response to the Consultation by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment on the Draft Junior Cycle Philosophy Short CourseWednesday, 12 October 2016
Authored by committee members of the Ethical, Political, Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee in response to the NCCA's call.
Calling all innovatorsWednesday, 12 October 2016
The call for applications for the 2017 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards is now open. Please register here in order to access the application form.
Commemoration the international impact of the 1916 RisingSunday, 9 October 2016
Kate was asked by the Scottish 1916 Rising Centenary Committee to be a keynote speaker at an event which looked at the impact that the 1916 Rising had on India.
From medieval text to mobile: folk medicine in Irish traditionThursday, 6 October 2016
Listen back to Dr Bairbre Ní Fhloinn's Heritage Week Lunchtime Lecture on folk medicine
New lives in the DIB: Stephen GatelyThursday, 6 October 2016
Proud son of Dublin's North Wall community, a member of one of Ireland's most successful musical exports, Gatley enjoyed a successful stage and tv career before his death in 2009.
The DIB in the news: The battle of Cable StreetTuesday, 4 October 2016
Eighty years ago, on 4 October 1936, Dublin-born Morry Levitas helped prevent a fascist march through London’s East End through his part in the battle of Cable Street.
Another successful Culture Night here at Academy House!Friday, 23 September 2016
This year we welcomed 1467 visitors through the doors and we had plenty for them to see and hear.
New Lives in the DIB: Edward DelaneyWednesday, 21 September 2016
Edward Delaney, sculptor, who died 22 September 2009, executed two of Dublin’s most familiar public monuments: the bronze statues of Wolfe Tone and of Thomas Davis.
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