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Professor John Morison, MRIA: Constitutional Questions

Friday, 1 May 2015

Professor John Morison MRIA is Director of Internationalisation at the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast and founder of the innovative Juris Doctorate (JD) degree. Current research interests encompass...

Humanities and Social Sciences Committees, Ethics, Politics, Law and Philosophy Committee, Opinion Series, President of Ireland's Ethics Initiative

Young Ireland and the Writing of History

Wednesday, 29 April 2015

How the writing of Irish History led to the making of Irish History.

Dictionary of Irish Biography

Dr Andrew Power: The Ethics of Privacy For The Online Citizen

Friday, 24 April 2015

Dr Andrew Power is the Head of the Faculty of Film, Arts and Creative Technologies at the Institute of Art Design and Technology (IADT). IADT is the leading Irish educator in art, design and media, harnessing synergies...

Ethics, Politics, Law and Philosophy Committee, Opinion Series, President of Ireland's Ethics Initiative

Breakfast Briefing: Ecosystem Services, Agriculture and Neonicotinoids

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

The Academy hosted a breakfast briefing on Wednesday 22 April for key Irish stakeholders on the latest European Science Advisory Council (EASAC) report on ‘Ecosystem Services, Agriculture and Neonicotinoids, in Academy...

Policy and International Relations

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: James Joyce, Ulysses

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Published in 1922 in Paris, Ulysses showed that universal experiences were to be found, not with gods or heroes, but in mundane urban lives.

Publications, Dictionary of Irish Biography, Art and Architecture of Ireland, Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks


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