The Library holds one of the earliest known copies of Keating’s Foras feasa ar Éirinn. This 17th-century manuscript is now available to view in full via Irish Script On Screen.
In this month's Library Blog post Dr. Ciaran McDonough looks at the James Hardiman papers and how letters can be so valuable when writing historical biographies.
We have been working with our colleagues in the IT Department to improve our website which we hope will bring you closer to our collections.
This month's Library Blog post looks at the Stowe Missal. Thank you to our guest writer Lars Nooij for bringing this wonderful manuscript to life.
A word from the new Academy Librarian, Barbara McCormack.
Dr Charles Dillon of the Academy’s Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge considers hermits, hermitage and the lonely life as manifested in Irish literature and language over the centuries.
Library Blog post. After a visit to the Library last year, Kathleen Reen was inspired to learn more about how the old scribes made ink. Follow Kathleen on her journey.
A fond farewell to our esteemed colleague, Siobhán Fitzpatrick, we wish her a long and happy retirement.
The First Seanad Éireann, women and the Senate Casket — Irishwomen appeal to a spirit of patriotism.Tuesday, 31 March 2020
This month's Library Blog post by Academy Librarian, Siobhán Fitzpatrick.
For this month’s Library blog post, Dr John Gibney, Assistant Editor with the Royal Irish Academy's Documents on Irish Foreign Policy series, looks at an important seventeenth-century document from our collections.
Stay up to date with the Royal Irish Academy newsletterSign up now