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2020 Michel Déon Prize ShortlistThursday, 28 May 2020
The Royal Irish Academy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have today announced the six shortlisted titles for the 2020 Michel Déon Prize for Non-Fiction.
Paula J. Reimer MRIA: Radiocarbon ExpertThursday, 30 April 2020
Professor Reimer's expertise is in Radiocarbon dating, determining the age of an object that contains organic material.
Michel Déon Prize LonglistFriday, 17 April 2020
Due to the current technical difficulties people are experiencing by working remotely we are reopening the Michel Déon Prize in case we missed any worthy titles from our provisional longlist of eligible entries below.
Annual Review 2019 publishedMonday, 16 March 2020
Our latest Annual Review has just been published. You can download the PDF or pick up a copy in Academy House.
Michel Déon Non-Fiction Prize opensThursday, 12 March 2020
The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to announce that the Michel Déon Non-Fiction prize is open for entries until 12 April 2020.
Discourse: Philip Lane in conversation with Alan BarrettFriday, 14 February 2020
Listen to Philip Lane MRIA, European Central Bank in conversation with Alan Barrett MRIA, Director, ESRI.
Reflections on the role of a Learned AcademyWednesday, 5 February 2020
Listen to Professor Michael Peter Kennedy reflect on the role of a Learned Academy in the Royal Irish Academy Presidential Discourse.
Irish Higher Education DebateThursday, 30 January 2020
On the 28 January, a debate was held on the future of higher education and research in Ireland, with spokespersons from the major political parties ahead of #GE2020.
Brendan O'Leary Hon. MRIA in conversation with Ben Lowry, Deputy Editor, News LetterWednesday, 15 January 2020
Listen to Brendan O’Leary Hon. MRIA discuss his latest three volume book A Treatise on Northern Ireland with Ben Lowry, Deputy Editor, News Letter.
The Anatomy of MemoryWednesday, 4 December 2019
Listen to neuroscientist Eleanor Maguire discuss memory failure as part of her Discourse, The Anatomy of Memory followed by respondent Shane O'Mara MRIA, Professor of Experimental Brain Research, Trinity College Dublin