The Royal Irish Academy has funded five projects under this year’s Archaeology Research Grants scheme. The Royal Irish Academy has also approved the awarding of eight radiocarbon dates to two researchers.
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.
The Gold Medals are awarded to individuals who have made a demonstrable and internationally recognised outstanding scholarly contribution in their fields.
This instalment concludes the series, with an example of linguistics and archaeology working hand in glove to help date a recently discovered pair of Irish-language inscriptions written in the distinctive alphabet known...
The closing date the nominations of candidates for the 2020 Academy Gold Medal in the Humanities is 17 June at 17:00.
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.
In May 2019, the Royal Irish Academy hosted a ground-breaking seminar on ‘Historical mental health records: the ethics of access and preservation policies’. This event explored current practices in Ireland and...
The DIB has curated a selection of its most notorious rogues – pirates, blackmailers, thieves and murderers – for your delectation. Working with...
The DIB has curated a selection of its most notorious rogues – pirates, blackmailers, thieves and murderers – for your delectation. Next in our...
The Academy has joined with the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Learned Society of Wales to issue a joint statement in response to the recently announced UK government student controls.
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