Latest Library Blog post. Grace Toland of the Irish Traditional Music Archive, introduces us to a wonderful project connecting artists with archival song, music and dance collections and the new art it has inspired...
Experts are sought in, inter alia, biodiversity, climate change, the social sciences, UN processes, and sustainability and transformative change
Libraries and archives: ‘Guardians of the word hoard’ by Siobhán Fitzpatrick and Mary O’Dowd, MRIA emphasises the importance of the written record as a resource for research and community memory but also as an essential...
Can a long-term perspective on human adaptations to climate change inform Ireland’s response to the crisis we face today?
Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 28 Galway/Gaillimh by Jacinta Prunty and Paul Walsh, published by the Royal Irish Academy in 2016, is now available to browse and download for free as part of IHTA Online....
Lilium Medicinae (MS 23 E 24), a fifteenth century medical manuscript, has recently returned from the conservator.
Adele Bergin and Seamus McGuinness reflect on cross-border differences in living standards, opportunities and quality of life on the island of Ireland.
The deadline for the Call for Input to inform and seek the views from stakeholders on key issues facing the higher education sector has been extended to the 5 March 2021.
The Royal Irish Academy is pleased to announce that three research bursaries have been funded this year under the R.J. Hunter Research Bursary scheme which provides support for the direct costs of research on aspects of...
The Royal Irish Academy has funded fifteen early career researchers under the Charlemont Grants scheme.
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