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The Royal Irish Academy/Acadamh Ríoga na hEireann is an all-Ireland, independent, academic body that promotes study and excellence in the sciences, humanities and social sciences. It is the principal learned society in Ireland and has over 420 members who are elected in recognition of their academic achievements. The Royal Irish Academy, the academy for the sciences and humanities for the whole of Ireland will vigorously promote excellence in scholarship, recognise achievements in learning, ...
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Dr Evelyn Collins and Niall Crowley, along with host Rory Montgomery, explore the frameworks of equality legislation, institutions and policy mechanisms that underpin the equality agenda in Northern Ireland and in Ireland. Learn more in their recently published paper: https://muse.jhu.edu/pub/423/article/912707This is episode 35 of a podcast series…
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This week, Prof Kieran McEvoy and Dr Cheryl Lawther discuss the politics of apologies within the Northern Ireland Peace Process. This is based of Kieran's recent paper 'Abject and True Remorse': Loyalism and the Politics of Regret in Northern Ireland' which is part of the Irish Studies in International Affairs journal, available at this link https:…
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This episode features Vikram Pakrashi in conversation with Lorraine Hanlon and David McKeown from UCD, who share their experience of working on EIRSAT-1, Ireland’s first satellite. Burning Questions is a conversation podcast that shines a spotlight on expertise in the fields of the engineering, mechanics and computer science across the island of Ir…
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Professor Brendan Dooley, Professor of Renaissance Studies at University College CorkDr Elizabethanne Boran and Professor Brendan Dooley give two short talks about cultures of reading and collecting in Ireland and Europe in the early modern period. This is the final event in a three-part series about early modern book collections presented by the H…
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Dr Elizabethanne Boran, Librarian, Edward Worth LibraryDr Elizabethanne Boran and Professor Brendan Dooley give two short talks about cultures of reading and collecting in Ireland and Europe in the early modern period. This is the final event in a three-part series about early modern book collections presented by the Historical Studies Committee an…
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Alexandra Caccamo, Assistant Librarian with responsibility for Special Collections and Archives, Maynooth University LibraryHear about the experiences of library professionals working with early modern collections today. This is the second event in a three-part series about early modern book collections presented by the Historical Studies Committee…
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Eugene Roche, Assistant Librarian, UCD Special CollectionsHear about the experiences of library professionals working with early modern collections today. This is the second event in a three-part series about early modern book collections presented by the Historical Studies Committee and the Library of the Royal Irish Academy.In April / May 2024, T…
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Olivia Lardner, Cataloguer of the Bolton Library, University of LimerickHear about the experiences of library professionals working with early modern collections today. This is the second event in a three-part series about early modern book collections presented by the Historical Studies Committee and the Library of the Royal Irish Academy.In April…
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Dr Jason McElligott, Director of Marsh’s LibraryDr Máire Kennedy and Dr Jason McElligott introduce us to institutional and private libraries in early modern Ireland. This is the first event in a three-part series on early modern book collections presented by the Historical Studies Committee and the Library of the Royal Irish AcademyIn April / May 2…
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Dr Máire Kennedy, Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Early Modern History, Trinity College DublinDr Máire Kennedy and Dr Jason McElligott introduce us to institutional and private libraries in early modern Ireland. This is the first event in a three-part series on early modern book collections presented by the Historical Studies Committee and the…
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Host Rory Montgomery is joined by Paul Nolan to discuss censuses and how they have influenced, and will influence, Northern Ireland's constitutional position. This discussion is based on Paul's most recent paper 'The Imprint of Finality? Partition and Census Enumeration' which can be read here: https://muse.jhu.edu/pub/423/article/921576This is epi…
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The RIA Library held a lunchtime lecture to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of Cynthia Longfield's adventure on the St George Expedition. Cynthia set out on the St George Expedition travelling across the Atlantic and around the South Sea Islands. To talk about this voyage of discovery, Dr Angela Byrne gave a lunchtime lecture, on Tuesday 9 Apr…
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Host Rory Montgomery is joined by Pat Leahy, Political Editor of the Irish Times and Mark Hennessy, Ireland and Britain Editor of the Irish Times. Their conversation focuses on how north-south and east-west relationships are covered in the media and the recently launched Irish Times initiative, 'Common Ground', which examines the constitutional iss…
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Host Rory Montgomery is joined by Professor John Doyle, VP for research at DCU, Dr Esmond Birnie, senior economist, University of Ulster and Professor Edgar Morgenroth, professor of Economics at DCU to discuss the the UK financial ‘subvention’ to Northern Ireland. Their conversation is based around Doyle's paper arguing that the 'subvention' does n…
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In this month’s ARINS Podcast host Rory Montgomery interviews Dr Andrea Mulligan, Trinity College Dublin, and Dr Clayton Ó Néill, Queens University Belfast, authors of Health Law: Convergence and Divergence on the Island of Ireland. The authors identify the formation of health law north and south across public and private law and the constitutional…
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In the January ARINS podcast on the ARINS/IrishTimes survey Rory Montgomery hosts Professors John Garry (QUB) and Brendan O’Leary (UPENN) authors of the survey along with Dr Jamie Pow (QUB). Together they scrutinise the intriguing findings of the ARINS/Irish Times survey and disentangle the answers to seasoned questions asked in the ’22 Survey, whi…
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Anurag Dep is a PhD researcher in law at QUB and Ian Jeffers commissioner for Victims and Survivors in Northern Ireland, soon to be chief executive of Cooperation Ireland speak to our host Rory Montgomery about the legal framework of provision of rights and support to victims of crime in Ireland and Northern Ireland.What legal frameworks support th…
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In this month’s ARINScast Paul Gosling author of 'A New Ireland' and 'Lessons from the Troubles and the Unsettled Peace', shares his insights regarding the quality of life, the standard and cost of living, and disparities in disposable income, (income inequality) in and across Northern Ireland, Ireland and Britain with Professor John Fitzgerald and…
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This month’s ARINS podcast examines how the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement has functioned over the 25 years since it was signed, and how it is currently received. Host Rory Montgomery speaks with Professor Alan Renwick and Conor J. Kelly authors of the UCL constitution unit’s report on Perspectives on the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement: Examining Div…
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In this ARINS Podcast hosted by Rory Montgomery, Professor Jennifer Todd from UCD and Professor John Doyle DCU discuss their recent article with co-author Dr Joanne McEvoy (University of Aberdeen) titled 'Time for Deliberation, not Decision, on the Shape of a New United Ireland: Evidence from the ARINS Survey focus groups.'Together they explore the…
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Discover the ARINS podcast through the clips you hear here. If you want to hear more from any of the podcast episodes included find the episode names below:In order of appearance: Two labour markets - John FitzGerald and Tom McDonnell Police governance, oversight and accountability in a united Ireland - Vicky Conway (RIP) and Roger MacGinty, The AR…
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Lecture title: Window on the Irish soul: A century of Irish stampsSpeaker: Stephen Ferguson, An Post Archivist and Museum CuratorChair: Barbara McCormack, Academy LibrarianThis lecture was recorded on 17 May 2023 and due to popular demand was held again during Heritage Week on 15 August 2023.Shortly after independence in 1922, the new Irish governm…
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The Market was a significant element of the area in the hinterland of Grangegorman from 1863 when it opened first to 1973 when it was closed down. This talk by Dr Mary Muldowney and Dr Declan O'Brien includes extracts from oral history interviews, with a range of people who shared their memories of working in the Market as well as information about…
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In this month’s ARINS podcast Mapping the Tapestry: National and International Human Rights Frameworks in Northern Ireland and Ireland authors Profs. Kathryn McNeilly, and Aoife O’Donoghue from Queens University Belfast’s School of Law share their research examining legal equivalence in Human Rights law in Ireland and Northern Ireland with our host…
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In this month’s ARINS podcast, host Rory Montgomery is joined by Dr Philip McGuinness lecturer in the Department of Computing Science and Mathematics at Dundalk Institute of Technology to discuss the results of the local elections in Northern Ireland held on 18 May. In the elections to eleven councils across Northern Ireland the nationalist bloc ga…
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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Full title: The Flesh That Was Crucified In A Hideous Awful Death The Leabhar Breac and Crucifixion ImageryA two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association …
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A two-day conference exploring the historical, ecclesiastical, literary and illustrative aspects of An Leabhar Breac which ran from Thursday 27 April - Friday 28 April 2023 in the Royal Irish Academy.Royal Irish Academy Library in association with the Maynooth University Department of Early Irish, and the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute …
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In this month’s ARINS podcast, our host Rory Montgomery is joined by Anne Devlin, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the ESRI, to unpuzzle the findings from the ISIA paper she co-authored with Seamus McGuinness, Adele Bergin and Emer Smyth: 'Education across the Island of Ireland: Examining Educational Outcomes, Earnings and Intergenerational Mobility…
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On the 25-year anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, David Donoghue and Tim O’Connor discuss how it came about. In this month’s podcast, host Rory Montgomery—no stranger to the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement negotiations—is joined by two former colleagues from the Department of Foreign Affairs: David Donoghue and Tim O'Connor. Rory’s guests shar…
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In this month’s ARINS podcast Rory Montgomery speaks to Professor Pat Brereton from DCU’s School of Communication and Des O’Rawe from the School of Arts, English and Languages and the Mitchell Institute at QUB about the trouble with filming the Troubles and Northern Ireland. Drawing on Professor Brereton’s article on Troubles and Northern Ireland: …
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In this month’s podcast host Rory Montgomery explores the inspiration, creation, and collaboration behind the 2022 ARINS/Irish Times survey with John Garry, Professor of Political Behaviour at Queens University Belfast, and Brendan O’Leary Lauder Professor of Political Science at University of Pennsylvania. Together the authors of the survey discus…
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In this month’s ARINS podcast, host Rory Montgomery is joined by Róisín Costello, Assistant Professor in Law at DCU and author of 'To be British, Irish, or Both: Understanding Language Rights as a Tool for Reconciliation in Northern Ireland' and Brian Ó’Conchubhair, Associate Professor of Irish Language and Literature at University of Notre Dame, a…
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'The Island Praeger Found', a lecture by John Feehan (author of the book 'Clare Island'), which he gave in the Royal Irish Academy on Wednesday, 16 November 2022 to a live and online audience. This lecture was organised to celebrate the completion of the New Survey of Clare Island, a series that is built on the pioneering work of the first Clare Is…
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In this month’s podcast host Rory Montgomery discusses John FitzGerald’s article, one island two labour markets with the author, and respondent and Nevin Economic Research Institute's Tom McDonnell, investigating how divergent paths taken by Ireland and the United Kingdom have shaped two distinct labour markets north and south connected through Bri…
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The final evening lecture of this second series held on 10 November 2022 and delivered by Claire Connolly MRIA, Professor of Modern English at University College Cork, on the lives and writings of Miss Sydney and Miss Olivia Owenson.Claire Connolly is Professor of Modern English at University College Cork. A cultural history of the Irish novel, 179…
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In this month’s podcast, Mike Tomlinson and Seamus McGuinness explore Social Security provision models in a United Ireland with host Rory Montgomery. Tomlinson outlines the differences and similarities in tax systems, public expenditure, pension provision, poverty and welfare rates, child benefit, and long-term sickness and disability benefits in I…
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The third lunchtime lecture of this series held on 19 October 2022 and delivered by Dr Diane Urquhart, Professor of Gender History at Queen’s University Belfast, on Anna and Fanny Parnell.Diane Urquhart is Professor of Gender History in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics (HAPP) of Queen’s University Belfast and President o…
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As part of the Dublin Festival of History 2022, the National Archives invited Diarmaid Ferriter to meet with Michael Collins biographers William Murphy and Anne Dolan in the Royal Irish Academy. As this was recorded with a live audience there is some background noise and the sound quality is not perfect, nevertheless, we hope you enjoy the discussi…
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The first talk of this second series held on 17 August 2022 and delivered by Dr Ann-Maria Walsh, Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow at Queen’s University Belfast. She explores the lives of the seventeenth-century Boyle sisters writing family and voicing the female through their letters.Sisters II, hosted by the Royal Irish Academy Library, …
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