This Journal was an important periodical for the Irish language revival community in the time before the foundation of the Irish Free State.
A range of lives feature in the December 2015 ‘missing persons’ update to the Dictionary of Irish Biography online, comprising persons omitted from the 2009 first edition. Read the entry on Fr Bibby, a Capuchin friar...
To mark the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, a gift for the people of the world - a free eBook of 1916 Portraits and Lives - has been produced.
From the Reading Room - A welcome from Academy Librarian Siobhán Fitzpatrick.
Pauline Cummins’ mural from 1984 is a response to cultural stereotyping.
Apply for Archaeology Research Grants and Archaeology C14 Radiocarbon Dates Scheme.
On 8 March the Royal Irish Academy, in partnership with Bus Éireann, launched a campaign to commemorate some of the women of the 1916 Rising, to coincide with International Women’s Day 2016.
The Library's exhibition 'Views of Dublin: original watercolours by George Petrie, MRIA, 1790-1866' may have ended but you can now view it online.
This week’s Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks is Bligeard Sraide published in 1983 by Michael Davitt, which established Davitt as one of the most innovative poets in the Irish language.
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