RIA Decade of Centenaries Bursaries

The Academy is pleased to confirm that fourteen projects have been funded under the new Decade of Centenaries Bursary scheme this year as well as awarding funding for four projects under this year’s Praeger Grants in Natural History. The Decade of Centenaries bursary scheme which was established this year thanks to funding from the Department…

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Spiritual Wounds: Trauma, Testimony and the Irish Civil War

Dundalk Library will host an event with Ardee historian Dr Síobhra Aiken in conversation with Louth County Council Historian in Residence Dr. Thomas Tormey entitled Spiritual Wounds: Trauma, Testimony and the Irish Civil War. It will be held in Dundalk Library on Tuesday, June 28th at 6pm as part of the Louth County Council Decade…

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2 Days in September

The play ‘2 Days in September’ will take place on Thursday, June 30th at the Attic Theatre at Hotel Doolin, Doolin, Co Clare at 8pm. This is the story of the Rineen Ambush where a British Army convoy was ambushed by the Mid Clare Brigade of the IRA. The aftermath of the Ambush saw the revenge sacking, looting…

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Garda Síochána Galway/Gaillimh 1922- 2022

Garda Síochána Galway/Gaillimh 1922- 2022 exhibition commemorates 100 years of An Garda Síochána serving the people of County Galway. “The Garda Síochána will succeed not by force of arms or numbers, but on their moral authority as servants of the people.” – Michael Staines, Garda Commissioner, 1922 A new exhibition entitled Garda Síochána Galway/Gaillimh 1922- 2022…

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The Royal Munster Fusiliers

In collaboration with Cork Public Museum, the students of University CollegeCork Museum Studies programme are launching a new featured exhibition, The RoyalMunster Fusiliers: A Forgotten Regiment? to celebrate the centenary of the regiment’sdisbandment in July 1922. The Royal Munster Fusiliers was an Irish infantry regiment in the British armythat formed in 1881, though their roots…

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Conservation Conversation

Thursday, 26 May 2022, 7 – 8:15pm Unlocking the Past – Preserving the Future An online roundtable discussion organised by the Beyond 2022 Project supported by the Trinity Long Room Hub. Leading conservators from the Core Partner institutions within the Beyond 2022 research programme discuss the challenge of safeguarding historical documents and show how extraordinary new technologies are unlocking…

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Stories of those who taught and studied at MIC during Irish Revolution remembered in new publication

Pictured above, l to r: Dr Brian Hughes, Benjamin Ragan, Dr Liam Chambers. A new collaboration between Mary Immaculate College (MIC) historians and Limerick City & County Council explores how everyday life, teaching and learning continued – sometimes with difficulty – throughout the turbulent period of the Irish Revolution. Produced as part of Limerick City & County Council’s Decade…

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