Town and Country: perspectives from the Irish Historic Towns Atlas had record numbers in attendance
Ruth McManus and Jonathan Wright have been appointed to the Board of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas as honorary editors.
Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 28 Galway/Gaillimh by Jacinta Prunty and Paul Walsh, published by the Royal Irish Academy in 2016, is now available to browse and download for free as part of IHTA Online....
Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Dublin suburbs, no. 1, Clontarf by Colm Lennon has been reprinted.
We are inviting expressions of interest to volunteer as editors of the IHTA series from 2021 onwards.
Drogheda, c. 1180 to c. 1900: from fortified boroughs to industrial port town by Ned Mc Hugh depicts 700 years of history on one map.
To celebrate the release of Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 30, Dungarvan/Dún Garbhán by John Martin, a lecture and interview was held online on Thursday 3 December 2020.
Arnold Horner delivered a lecture on John Andrews, MRIA and founding member of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, on 17 November 2020 to mark the first anniversary of his death.
Irish Historic Towns Atlas honorary editor, contributor, colleague and friend moves to South Sudan to take on a new challenge.
In the Royal Irish Academy's educational resources series, Rachel Murphy (University of Limerick) discusses how GIS and the IHTA can be used in third-level history.
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