This instalment outlines how we can scientifically retrieve the original pronunciation of ancient or medieval texts — even when the sounds of the letters are known to have changed over time.
The DIB has curated a selection of its most notorious rogues – pirates, blackmailers, thieves and murderers – for your delectation. Next up is ...
In this series Members talk about their research fields to raise awareness of their work and to facilitate collaboration within the wider academic community.
Experts are now sought to serve on a working group tasked with developing a statement on Urbanization in Low and Middle Income Countries
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.
The Royal Irish Academy welcomes this opportunity to profile our stakeholders’ important and timely initiatives.
With sport and games cancelled across Ireland, the Digital Repository of Ireland is asking people to dig out their sporting memorabilia and contribute to Europeana Sport - Ireland’s Stories.
In the first of a short series of blog posts relating to the DRI's Batch Metadata Template, we define the concepts of metadata and metadata standards. We then move on to introduce the DRI Batch Metadata Template, and...
New to the DRI blog: read about DRI's revised oral history workflows during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The DIB has curated a selection of its most notorious rogues – pirates, blackmailers, thieves and murderers – for your delectation. We start with Anne Bonney, perhaps...
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