ARINS: Equality Frameworks On The Island Of Ireland
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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/912707 This is episode 35 of a podcast series that provides evidence-based research and analysis on the most significant questions of policy and public debate facing the island of Ireland, north and south. Host Rory Montgomery, MRIA, talks to authors of articles on topics such as cross border ..read more
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Burning Questions Podcast: A conversation about… EIRSAT-1, Ireland’s First Satellite
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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 Ireland. Each episode is structured around an interview with a leader/leaders in their field who will share insights into projects and research that have a tangible impact on the world around us. Lorraine Hanlon is Professor of Astronomy at UCD and Dir ..read more
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Factors affecting book collecting in early modern Ireland and Europe
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Dr Elizabethanne Boran, Librarian, Edward Worth Library Dr 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 and the Library of the Royal Irish Academy. In April / May 2024, The Royal Irish Academy Library and Historical Studies Committee were delighted to present a three-part lunchtime lecture series on the topic of Early Modern book collections. At each le ..read more
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Reading Books Here and There and Then
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Professor Brendan Dooley, Professor of Renaissance Studies at University College Cork Dr 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 and the Library of the Royal Irish Academy. In April / May 2024, The Royal Irish Academy Library and Historical Studies Committee were delighted to present a three-part lunchtime lecture series on the topic of Early Moder ..read more
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The St. Canice's Library: 'Past, Present and Future'
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Alexandra Caccamo, Assistant Librarian with responsibility for Special Collections and Archives, Maynooth University Library Hear 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, The Royal Irish Academy Library and Historical Studies Committee were delighted to present a three-part lunchtime lecture series on the topic of Early Modern book collections. At each ..read more
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Well read and well-travelled: The Franciscan book collection at UCD Special Collections
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Eugene Roche, Assistant Librarian, UCD Special Collections Hear 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, The Royal Irish Academy Library and Historical Studies Committee were delighted to present a three-part lunchtime lecture series on the topic of Early Modern book collections. At each lecture, experts from the field of print culture and book collect ..read more
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The Bolton Library: reconsidering an early modern book collection in the 21st century
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Olivia Lardner, Cataloguer of the Bolton Library, University of Limerick Hear 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, The Royal Irish Academy Library and Historical Studies Committee were delighted to present a three-part lunchtime lecture series on the topic of Early Modern book collections. At each lecture, experts from the field of print culture an ..read more
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Cold, draughty, and unwelcoming? The institutional libraries of early modern Ireland.
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Dr Jason McElligott, Director of Marsh’s Library Dr 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 Academy In April / May 2024, The Royal Irish Academy Library and Historical Studies Committee were delighted to present a three-part lunchtime lecture series on the topic of Early Modern book collections. At each lecture, experts from the field of print culture and book c ..read more
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Curious collections of scarce and valuable books': eighteenth-century Irish private libraries.
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Dr Máire Kennedy, Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Early Modern History, Trinity College Dublin Dr 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 Academy. In April / May 2024, The Royal Irish Academy Library and Historical Studies Committee were delighted to present a three-part lunchtime lecture series on the topic of Early Modern book collections. At each lecture ..read more
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ARINS: Partition and Census Enumeration
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by The Royal Irish Academy
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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/921576 This is episode 33 of a podcast series that provides evidence-based research and analysis on the most significant questions of policy and public debate facing the island of Ireland, north and south. Host Rory Montgomery, MRIA, talks to authors of articles on t ..read more
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