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How linguistics can help the historian: Part IV

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

The fourth part of Dr Anthony Harvey's weekly series, designed for a non-specialist readership. It's not too late to catch up: the earlier parts are all still here!

Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources

IHTA Town Type Series: The Town in the Eighteenth Century

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

As part of the IHTA Town Type series, Colm Lennon, MRIA and editor of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas Suburbs Series, writes about the Town in the Eighteenth Century when many significantly expanded.

Irish Historic Towns Atlas

Royal Irish Academy calls for an enhanced Irish science advice system

Monday, 25 May 2020

Royal Irish Academy calls for an enhanced Irish science advice system.

Membership, Policy and International Relations

29 New Members Admitted

Friday, 22 May 2020

Today Dr Mary Canning, PRIA welcomed our recently elected Members as we held our annual Admittance Day ceremony online

Membership

Bringing the Stowe Missal to life

Friday, 22 May 2020

This month's Library Blog post looks at the Stowe Missal. Thank you to our guest writer Lars Nooij for bringing this wonderful manuscript to life. 

Library, Library Blog

An illustrated history of Irish foreign policy?

Thursday, 21 May 2020

John Gibney of the RIA’s Documents on Irish Foreign policy project on the importance of images in 'Ireland: a voice among the nations'.

Publications, Documents on Irish Foreign Policy

‘Ní ceadmhach neamhshuim’

Thursday, 21 May 2020

A blog post by Professor Máirín Nic Eoin, MRIA on the use of the Irish language in this time of acute crisis. Professor Nic Eoin hopes that the Irish language and the language community can continue to inspire...

Membership, Policy and International Relations

From the Archives: Does Ireland need a Minister for Higher Education in Research?

Thursday, 21 May 2020

In 2016, the Academy gave consideration to the position of higher education and research within central government in Ireland and considered the potential benefits of introducing a Minister for High Education.

Policy and International Relations

IHTA Town Type Series: Early Modern, Gaelic and Plantation Towns

Thursday, 21 May 2020

The fourth essay on IHTA Town Types sees Raymond Gillespie, MRIA, Chair, Irish Historic Towns Atlas and lecturer in Maynooth University, discuss the development of different types of towns from c. 1500 to...

Irish Historic Towns Atlas

Documents on Irish Foreign Policy and the Digital Repository of Ireland

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) now has a dedicated collection in the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI).

Digital Repository of Ireland, Documents on Irish Foreign Policy

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