John O'Keefe, a Nobel Prize-winning cognitive neuroscientist, was admitted as an Honorary Member of the Royal Irish Academy on 24 May 2019.
Annual prize celebrating contributions of early career researchers to the involvement of scientific data stewardship through their (1) engagement with the community, (2) academic achievements, and (3) innovations.
Today we present the biography of the remarkable Irish-language scholar and writer Mary Ann Hutton (1862–1953): the first woman to be proposed for, and refused, membership of the Royal Irish Academy.
Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, a world leading scholar and practitioner in fields of law, political science and public policy, was admitted as an Honorary Member of the Royal Irish Academy on 24 May 2019.
In this month's Library Blog post, Turlough O'Riordan of the Dictionary of Irish Biography, looks at the issues surrounding the election of women to the Royal Irish Academy in the nineteenth and twentieth...
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon participated in a wide-ranging discussion with journalist Dearbhail McDonald including a short Q&A session to close in the Royal Irish Academy on 27 May 2019.
Kate O'Malley of the Dictionary of Irish Biography will be talking about Maud Gonne MacBride and her connections with India in Portlaoise Library on 28 May. MacBride's DIB entry, written by Margaret O'Callaghan and...
Today (Friday, 24 May 2019), amongst new and current Members, the Royal Irish Academy launches its 2019-23 Strategic Plan.
On Friday 24 May Professor Peter Kennedy, PRIA welcomed these 27 eminent scholars to the Royal Irish Academy.
Forum facilitating discussions on library and archive issues in relation to heritage and culture, with a particular focus on Heritage 2030.
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