Professor Pat Goodman was recently invited to present on EASAC’s latest report at two major Irish conferences
On Wednesday 27 November the RIA's new illustrated history of Irish foreign affairs was launched by Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Simon Coveney TD.
The Holberg Prize is an international research prize awarded annually for outstanding scholarly work in the humanities, social sciences, law and theology.
Thank you to Nancy Hurrell, our guest writer for this month's Library Blog post.
Call for papers for the 2020 International Affairs Conference, 'The global politics of climate emergency' which will take place on Wednesday, 29 April 2020.
To mark the publication of Ireland: a voice among the nations by John Gibney, Michael Kennedy and Kate O'Malley, we are publishing the intriguing biography of Máire O'Brien who also features in the book. O'...
If you did not manage to secure a place at this year’s sell-out seminar you can listen to it now.
Have any stories of successful PRTLI projects or graduates from the Atlantic funding period? DRI oral historian Bláithín Ní Chatháin would like your help with the ongoing research.
We remember John Andrews, MRIA, who died on Friday (15 November 2019) in Chepstow, Wales. Founding father of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, historical geographer and renowned historian of Irish cartography, he was a...
We regret to announce that this event, which had been scheduled for Thursday 21 November 2019 at 3.00 p.m., has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control. We apologise most sincerely for the...
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