Ever heard of music bringing everything to life? In early Irish tales, it can – with a little help from the Otherworld. Read more in today's entry on the harp.
Mary Canning has been elected as President of the Royal Irish Academy. She became only the second female President in 235 years when she was elected today during Academy’s first virtual Stated General Meeting.
Our latest Annual Review has just been published. Have a look at it online below or as a PDF or pick up a copy in Academy House.
What have the French got to do with Irish castles? Find out in today's entry on Irish, Viking and Norman architecture.
I gcomhar le Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU agus Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge, tá beathaisnéis Ernie O'Malley aistrithe mar chomóradh ar Sheachtain na Gaeilge 2020.
What was it like to be foreign in medieval Ireland? Find out in today's entry on incomers and exiles.
The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to announce that the Michel Déon Non-Fiction prize is open for entries until 12 April 2020.
EASAC’s latest report shows that fundamental and systemic reforms are required along the whole value chain, in order to slow and reverse damage to the environment, biodiversity and ultimately risks to human health.
The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to welcome applications for the Praeger Grants in Natural History. The deadline for receipt of applications is Tuesday, 14 April 2020.
I gcomhar le Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU agus Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge, tá beathaisnéis Maud Gonne MacBride aistrithe mar chomóradh ar Sheachtain na Gaeilge 2020.
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