The latest library guest blog post by Bill Mc Cormack, MRIA, explores the provenance of Bertrand Russell’s 1903 edition Principles of Mathematics (vol 1) and its annotations in the copy held at the Royal Irish Academy...
Maynooth University history student, Kevin Comiskey, gives an account of his six weeks as a SPUR student in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas project.
As part of the Dublin Festival of History, Grangegorman Histories will launch ‘Instituting Grangegorman’ a podcast sharing the history of the original Richmond Lunatic Asylum building, now the recently restored TU...
Read Brian Hanley's essay on State Terror on Century Ireland.
The Academy is delighted to announce the new multidisciplinary committee members for the 2022-2026 term.
A 70 metre long artwork is currently being hand painted in Grangegorman to represent details of the stories of patients and staff throughout the site's 200+ years.
For the first time in three years, the Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA) were part of a number of in-person and online events for Heritage Week 2022.
Read Brian Hughes essay on Southern Irish Loyalist experiences of migration on Century Ireland.
Having worked with the Dictionary of Irish Biography since 1995, Dr James Quinn has retired as Managing Editor. His successor, Dr Eoin Kinsella, has previously worked with the RIA on a number of projects.
Through the Research Data Alliance (RDA) Ireland national node, the Digital Repository of Ireland and the National Library of Ireland (NLI) collaborated on the production of a suite of educational videos on topics...
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