We may be closed to the public but you can still enjoy 25% off all purchases from our webshop - extended to midnight Wednesday 23 September
As part of Culture Night 2020 we have an exhibition that offers a glimpse of town life through the Irish Historic Towns Atlas.
Amplifying Change' is a finalist for the National Archives Award for Safeguarding the Digital LegacyFriday, 18 September 2020
The prestigious Digital Preservation Award for Safeguarding the Digital Legacy Awaard celebrates iniatives for their practical application of preservation tools to protect at-risk digital objects.
Dr Cliona Murphy discusses climate change education initiatives in Europe.
A word dear to Seamus Heaney, how does 'dulse' feature in medieval Irish law, literature and medicine?
Higher education institutions must act to achieve better outcomes for staff from Irish Traveller, black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
What's the relationship between the Irish adjective bog ‘soft’ and the English noun meaning ‘bogland’?Wednesday, 16 September 2020
In this episode of Spreading the Words we learn about Seamus Heaney's use of the word bog.
Lesson plans based on our award-winning book for history teachers to use at Junior and Leaving Certificate levels.
The Royal Irish Academy Gold Medals were presented to Richard English, MRIA, Professor of Politics and Vincent Fusco, MRIA, Professor of Electronic Engineering and Head of High Frequency Electronics Research at Queen’s...
Tune in to Mooney Goes Wild on Monday 14 September and listen to Tom Kelly talk about the birds of Clare Island.
Stay up to date with the Royal Irish Academy newsletterSign up now