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Sep 17 2021:Shelfmarks episode 1
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Sep 2 2021:ARINS: The Franchise in Irish Unification Referendums
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Jul 30 2021:Looking to the future with Professor Christine Loscher
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Jul 5 2021:Understanding human behaviour with Professor Pete Lunn
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Jul 1 2021:ARINS: Measuring Cross-Border Differences on the Island of Ireland
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Jun 11 2021:Vaccine solidarity with Dr Siobhán O'Sullivan
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Jun 3 2021:ARINS: Cross-Border Cooperation Health in Ireland
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Jun 2 2021:ARINS: An Introduction to the Podcast Series
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May 21 2021:Inoculation against misinformation with Professor Jane Suiter
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Apr 23 2021:Wonder: digital space
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Apr 20 2021:Trust and reliability with Emer Cooke
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Apr 16 2021:Grief and Glasnevin
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Apr 9 2021:Belonging: feeling solidarity in the interwar world
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Apr 1 2021:Anger and public space
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Mar 29 2021:Getting The Jab With Dr Lucy Jessop
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Mar 26 2021:Detachment: The Bellfield Plantation
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Mar 18 2021:From grief to wonder: exploring emotions in Irish History
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Mar 18 2021:From grief to wonder: exploring emotions in Irish History: Introduction
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Feb 3 2021:Crunching the numbers with Professor Philip Nolan
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Jan 13 2021:Academy Discourse Northern Ireland after Brexit
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Dec 17 2020:COVID-19 vaccine safety with Luke O’Neill, MRIA
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Dec 9 2020:Interview with John Martin, author Irish Historic Towns Atlas, no. 30, Dungarvan/Dún Garbhán
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Sep 23 2020:Digital Atlas of Dungarvan interview with Sarah Gearty on WLRFM
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Aug 31 2020:Royal Irish Academy Discourse: US Elections Panel Discussion
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Mar 4 2020:Church of Ireland: Disestablishment and beyond
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Feb 17 2020:Séamus Mág Uidhir and the Book(s) of Knockninny
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Feb 17 2020:‘Me Guidhir Fhearmanach’ : text and context
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Feb 14 2020:Philip Lane in conversation with Alan Barrett
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Feb 6 2020:Royal Irish Academy Cunningham Medal
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Feb 5 2020:Reflections on the role of a Learned Academy
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Jan 15 2020:Brendan O'Leary Hon. MRIA in conversation with Ben Lowry, Deputy Editor, News Letter
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Dec 5 2019:Genius Of The East? Moore's Orientalism
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Dec 5 2019:Re-imagining Moore
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Dec 5 2019:Sentiment and song in Moore's Irish melodies and Lalla Rookh
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Dec 5 2019:Thomas Moore In Paris
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Dec 5 2019:The politicization of the harp through Moore's Irish melodies
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Dec 4 2019:The Anatomy Of Memory
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Nov 27 2019:A clean slate: the science of writing on slate in late medieval Ireland’
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Nov 27 2019:‘A good vintage: early medieval grape pips from Kilkenny’
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Nov 27 2019:Feeding the poor: revealing relief food from dental calculus analyses in victims of the Irish Famine
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Nov 27 2019:Introduction to the morning session
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Nov 27 2019:‘Down by the river: looking for early Mesolithic people at Hermitage, Co. Limerick’
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Nov 27 2019:‘Ireland’s ice-age world revealed: new discoveries from Ballynamintra Cave, Co. Waterford’
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Nov 27 2019:‘A medieval meeting place by the Boyne: excavation of a possible ferta at Dowth, Co. Meath’
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Nov 27 2019:Introduction to Afternoon—session two
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Nov 27 2019:‘Embracing the dead on Baltinglass Hill: a newly discovered palisade enclosure’
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Nov 27 2019:‘Prehistoric ritual practices revealed at the Newgrange Farm excavation, 2018’
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Nov 6 2019:Ireland's decisive choice for Europe
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Oct 30 2019:How do we study bats and rats to find the secret of everlasting youth?
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Sep 26 2019:Personal Digital Archiving: Storing, Organising and Protecting Your Digital Content for the Future
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Sep 4 2019:Rural Conversations Report Launch
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Jun 18 2019:Count Paul Strzelecki and the Great Famine
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May 27 2019:Nicola Sturgeon in Conversation with Dearbhail McDonald
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May 8 2019:Social Media And Democracy How Do We Balance Rights And Responsibilities
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Apr 24 2019:Ties that endure - the lives and correspondence of three C18th sisters
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Apr 24 2019:‘Who will ever say again that poetry does not pay?': the Yeats sisters and the Cuala Press
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Apr 24 2019:‘A precious boon' in difficult times - Hanna Sheehy Skeffington and her sisters
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Apr 24 2019:The Shackleton sisters: Irish Quaker women c. 1750-1850
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Apr 24 2019:'Two girls in silk kimonos': the Gore-Booth sisters, childhood and political development’
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Apr 11 2019:'Democracy, Truth and Trust in Europe'
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Apr 4 2019:Rural Conversation Podcast No. 3: 'Building vibrant and sustainable communities in rural Ireland'
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Mar 28 2019:“A few trifling exceptions”: ignored texts in RIA MS 23 N 10
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Mar 28 2019:The language of the Cín Dromma Snechtai texts
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Mar 28 2019:Wisdom literature in RIA MS 23 N 10
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Mar 28 2019:“Though the hero was bloodied, he was not weak”: religious poetry and manuscript context
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Mar 28 2019:“Feen- und Elfengeschichten” in Cín Dromma Snechtai
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Mar 28 2019:The Book of Ballycummin: books as objects in the sixteenth century
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Mar 28 2019:RIA MS 23 N 10 as a manuscript miscellany
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Mar 28 2019:Legal texts in RIA MS 23 N 10
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Mar 28 2019:“Queer” and “Grotesque”: RIA MS 23 N 10 and Irish orthography
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Mar 28 2019:The learned family of Ó Maoil Chonaire – the Connacht branch
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Mar 28 2019:The manuscript in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
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Mar 28 2019:RIA MS 23 N 10 and the transmission of the Ulster Cycle of Tales
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Mar 7 2019:Rural Conversation No. 2: ‘Enhancing social cohesion among communities in rural Ireland’
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Feb 28 2019:Women In Goverment 4 Tanaisti In Converation
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Feb 28 2019:Recent insights into how the Earth works: embracing uncertainty
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Feb 28 2019:Securing Connected Devices: An Arms Race
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Feb 25 2019:'The Irish dimension to British history: from the Act of Union to Brexit'
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Feb 25 2019:RJ Hunter Fellowship Event
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Feb 22 2019:Women Writing Ireland
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Dec 10 2018:Rural Conversation No. 1: 'Delivering economic development in rural Ireland'
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Nov 30 2018:Margaret Stokes (1832-1900): Antiquarian, Artist, Writer – Pioneer
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Nov 23 2018:Maria Edgeworth's Measured Prose
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Nov 15 2018:‘A Woman in an August Sanctuary': Princess Ekaterina Dashkova, Director of the Russian Academies
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Nov 13 2018:Placing Value On Our Past Managing Ireland’s Archaeology Michael MacDonagh
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Nov 13 2018:Digital Cultural Heritage – Dr Natalie Harrower
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Nov 12 2018:‘Learned societies and the problem of women’
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Nov 5 2018:Northern Ireland, Heritage And Memory Dealing With The Troubling Remnants Of Conflict...
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Nov 5 2018:The Accidental Oral Historian - Katherine O'Donnell
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Oct 25 2018:14 Henrietta Street – the making of a museum - Charles Duggan
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Oct 11 2018:In time of inquisition: preserving and using the archives of the Irish Catholic Church
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Oct 11 2018:National Libraries As Memory Keepers - Dr. Sandra Collins, National Library of Ireland
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Oct 4 2018:Is contemporary collecting a risky business? Current practice and future questions...
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May 10 2018:Françoise Henry at UCD: Towards a history of Art History in Ireland
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May 2 2018:Gene Editing: Technologies, Potential and Ethical Implications
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Feb 1 2018:Finding medication: River Blindness, ivermectin and beyond
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Feb 1 2018:Academy Discourse by Mary McAleese
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Jan 30 2018:Will the Post Brexit EU be Different? Catherine Day, MRIA
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Jan 8 2018:‘Causes and consequences of obesity; lessons from human genetics’
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Dec 13 2017:Sunningdale: the search for peace in Northern Ireland
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Jul 19 2017:Women in the writings of Jonathan Swift
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Jul 19 2017:Swift's Dublin
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Jul 19 2017:Swift and books
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May 11 2017:A life of two exiles: Wacław Tadeusz Dobrzyński (1883-1962)
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Mar 24 2017:The origins and later history of the Book of Uí Mhaine
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Mar 24 2017:Auraicept na nÉces and the study of language in the Book of Uí Mhaine
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Mar 24 2017:Middle Eastern history in the Book of Uí Mhaine
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Mar 24 2017:The illumination in the Book of Uí Mhaine
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Mar 24 2017:Metrical tracts in the Book of Uí Mhaine
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Mar 24 2017:The Dinnsheanchas text in the Book of Uí Mhaine
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Mar 24 2017:The poetry of measured time: verses on world-kingship & their international context
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Mar 24 2017:Classical Modern Irish poems on the Í Cheallaigh
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Mar 24 2017:Some of those associated with the Book of Uí Mhaine, c. 1390-1690
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Mar 24 2017:The Book of Uí Mhaine and the transmission of poetry
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Mar 24 2017:Heroes and ancestors in the Book of Uí Mhaine
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Mar 8 2017:Charitable property: the manuscripts of St Anne's Guild, Dublin
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Mar 2 2017:Show me your data, and I'll tell you who you are
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Feb 23 2017:Alan Hollinghurst in conversation with Carlo Gébler on Henry James as critic
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Feb 3 2017:Representations of Jews in twentieth-century Gaelic literature
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Feb 3 2017:Representations of Jews in Irish literature (1590-1922)
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Dec 15 2016:The Invention of Journalism
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Dec 15 2016:Hugh O'Neill and the earl of Essex
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Dec 15 2016:“Ourselves alone”: winning and losing in 1598
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Dec 15 2016:Hugh O'Neill and his Gaelic cultural context
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Dec 15 2016:Hugh O'Neill and the War in the Pale
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Dec 15 2016:The several faces of Hugh O'Neill
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Oct 13 2016:The shrine of St Caillín of Fenagh and its place in Irish late medieval art
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Oct 13 2016:St Caillín and the Book of Fenagh, 1516-2016
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Oct 5 2016:From medieval text to mobile: folk medicine in Irish tradition
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May 25 2016:The Book of Ballymote texts of Middle Irish translations of Latin narratives
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May 25 2016:The palaeography of the Book of Ballymote
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May 25 2016:A manuscript for MacDonagh: reading the illumination in the Book of Ballymote
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May 25 2016:The Book of Ballymote and the Grammar of Irish
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May 25 2016:The Book of Ballymote and the Irish book
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May 25 2016:Owners and users: the changing contexts of the Book of Ballymote 1500-1750
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May 25 2016:The Book of Ballymote: a genealogical treasure trove: range and purpose
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May 25 2016:The Books of Ballymote and Lecan: their structure and contents compared
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May 25 2016:World history and historiography and the Book of Ballymote
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May 25 2016:Biblical history in the Book of Ballymote
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May 25 2016:The Book of Ballymote: scholars, sources and patrons
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May 12 2016:The Academy in a decade of revolution
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May 12 2016:'The triumph of failure': Desmond Ryan (1893-1964): writing the history of the Easter rising
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May 12 2016:‘Gaedhilg na haimsire seo’: writing processes and culture in Irish language print media 1909-1920
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May 11 2016:Prof. Eleanor Knott (1886-1975): Irish scholar and lexicographer
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May 5 2016:‘The last of the great Irish antiquarians of the past’: Standish Hayes O’Grady, 1832-1915
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May 5 2016:The life and dictionaries of Timothy O'Neill Lane
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May 5 2016:William Reeves, 1815-92: a great scholar and his many friendships
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Apr 7 2016:Scribing for Ireland: the Ó Longáin family and the Royal Irish Academy
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Apr 7 2016:Seosamh Ó Longáin and the manuscript facsimiles of the Royal Irish Academy
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Apr 6 2016:Four generations of literary scholarship: the remarkable contribution of the Ó Longáin family
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Feb 12 2016:From Dublin Westward: Petrie, Clonmacnoise and Aran
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Jan 27 2016:Humanities: The Easter Rising and the Indian Nationalist Movement
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Dec 9 2015:Trinity in War and Revolution: panel discussion
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Dec 9 2015:Trinity in War and Revolution: book launch
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Dec 3 2015:Is there a general theory of austerity by Professor Simon Wren-Lewis, University of Oxford
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Nov 19 2015:At home in the revolution - Panel discussion and book launch
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Nov 19 2015:Science: Talk on Quantum Computing by Eric Ladizinsky
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Nov 18 2015:Commissioner John McMahon, OPW: 1916 Portraits and Lives book launch
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Nov 18 2015:Conclusion by Professor Mary E. Daly, President of the RIA: 1916 Portraits and Lives book launch
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Nov 18 2015:Dr James Quinn, editor: 1916 Portraits and Lives book launch
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Nov 18 2015:David Rooney, artist: 1916 Portraits and Lives book launch
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Nov 18 2015:Opening Speech by Joan Burton TD: 1916 Portraits and Lives book launch
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Nov 18 2015:Introduction by Professor Mary E. Daly, President of the RIA: Launch of 1916 Portraits and Lives
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May 27 2015:The map-making of the Ordnance Survey: challenges on every front
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May 6 2015:The OS 6" mapping project: political and cultural agendas
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May 6 2015:George Petrie's "Topographical Department" 1835-42
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May 6 2015:Translations: the placenames work of the OS in Ireland
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May 6 2015:Dublin in 1847: city of the Ordnance Survey
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May 6 2015:From Rocque to the Ordnance Survey: mapping Dublin 1756-1847
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May 6 2015:John O'Donovan's work for the OS
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Nov 19 2014:Winners and losers at the Battle of Clontarf
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Nov 19 2014:Ireland, Norway and Iceland in the second half of the 13th century
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Nov 19 2014:Power and Politics in late Viking-Age Denmark’
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Nov 19 2014:Ordnance Survey Ireland: mapping our future
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