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In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Lisa Coyle McClung and Gill Plunkett review cultural change and the climate record in final prehistoric and early medieval Ireland.
On the brink of Armageddon? Climate change, the archaeological record and human activity across the Bronze Age–Iron Age transition in IrelandWednesday, 29 September 2021
In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Benjamin Gearey et al. consider the cultural and climatic changes that took place in Ireland during the transition between Bronze Age and Iron Age.
In today’s ARINS blog, Brice Dickson considers the protection of human rights in the north and south of Ireland, and asks what might change after a referendum?
In this first episode of our podcast Shelfmarks, Zoë Comyns looks at an expedition to the islet of Rockall funded by the Royal Irish Academy in 1896.
In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Gill Plunkett, David M. Brown and Graeme T. Swindles consider the impacts that droughts might have had on human populations in prehistoric Ireland.
In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Phil Stastney introduces a review of research on past human–environmental interactions in Irish peatlands.
In today’s ARINS blog, Mary P. Murphy discusses how our society can collaborate to imagine a better welfare state across issues of social security, poverty and inequality, north and south.
From 2022 readers will be able to access our journals on Project MUSE's cutting-edge platform.
In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Meriel McClatchie and Aaron Potito trace environmental, climatic and social change in Neolithic Ireland.
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 Biology and Environment.