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Our new blog series will explore the varied environmental, climatic and social changes that occurred in Ireland from early prehistory to the early 21st century.
‘Open the door to heritage’ for Heritage Week 2021 through the megalithic carvings at the Knowth passage tombs
In today's ARINS blog, Professor Colin Harvey picks through the political uncertainties surrounding the anticipated referendums, north and south, and asks how will the referendums work?
Liam Kennedy's article One Island, Two Peoples: Ethical Perspectives on Ireland's Consitutional Future has been published by the ARINS (Analysing and Resarching Ireland North and South) project.
ARINS author Deirdre Heenan has undertaken a qualitative scoping study on collaboration that currently takes place between Ireland and Northern Ireland's health systems. At an event on 8 July, she presents her findings.
In today's ARINS blog, Ciara Fitzpatrick and Charles O’Sullivan set the scene for future conversations on the development of an all-Ireland social welfare system.
In this episode Adele Bergin and Seamus McGuinness reflect on cross-border differences in living standards, opportunities and quality of life on the island of Ireland.
In today's ARINS blog, Jane Suiter discusses the possibility of having an all-island citizens’ assembly in advance of a future referendum.
Did you miss the event with RIA authors of A history of Ireland in 100 words? Watch it here.
This pairing in our Grangegorman Lives series demonstrate how different lives can intersect and impact one another. The lives of Thomas Lambert Synnott and Margaret Louisa Aylward, both born in 1810, intersect in...