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Inside 'A history of Ireland in 100 words': RíomhaireThursday, 5 March 2020
Did you know that Saint Columba could 'number the stars' and predict the course of the moon? Find out more in today's entry on star-counting.
Inside 'A history of Ireland in 100 words': CaochTuesday, 3 March 2020
Why can't the one-eyed man be king? Find out in today's entry on blindness, blemishing and being ‘blind drunk’!
Inside 'A history of Ireland in 100 words': GráSunday, 1 March 2020
What exactly is a ‘love-spot’? Find out in today's entry on affairs of the heart.
Inside 'A history of Ireland in 100 words': CrógaSaturday, 29 February 2020
Why does this Cú Chulainn have apples spiked on his hair? Find out in today's entry on bravery, bloodiness and the infamous ‘warp spasm’!
A history of Ireland in 100 words is all over the cityFriday, 28 February 2020
Spot us on the citywide banners during Seachtain na Gaeilge
Open Call for Membership of Editorial Board of ÉriuMonday, 17 February 2020
The Royal Irish Academy is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified individuals who are willing to serve on the Editorial Board of its journal Ériu.
Celebrating Irish women: Kathleen LynnWednesday, 5 February 2020
Suffragist, nationalist and medical practitioner, Kathleen Lynn, is among the remarkable women featured in the RIA's exhibition 'A celebration of Irish women'
Celebrating Irish women: Constance MarkieviczMonday, 3 February 2020
The Royal Irish Academy is hosting an exhibition in celebration of Irish women running from St Brigid’s Day (1 February) to International Women’s Day (8 March). One of the remarkable women featured is Constance ...
A celebration of Irish womenFriday, 31 January 2020
An exhibition running from St Brigid’s Day to International Women’s Day
New deal makes RIA Journals free to read and publish for IReL and JISC institutionsSunday, 26 January 2020
Opening up over 200 years of scholarship and creating more