More than 6,000 people attended the World War 1 Roadshow hosted by Trinity College Dublin in partnership with RTÉ Radio 1 and the National Library of Ireland, on July 12th last where Ireland’s part in the war was explored with a series of events that took place throughout the Trinity campus. It was organised in Trinity by the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in conjunction with the Trinity Long Room Hub, Arts and Humanities Research Institute. RTÉ Radio 1 will broadcast a ‘Sunday Miscellany’ programme specially recorded in Trinity on the occasion of the WW1 Roadshow, on August 3rd next (9am), and RTÉ television will broadcast ‘Nationwide’ on Friday, August 1st (7pm) also recorded on the day.
The World War 1 Roadshow
21 July 2014
• Four priceless early medieval Irish manuscripts to be made available online to the public and world of scholarship for the first time • Project will enable researchers around the globe to answer important questions about the unique features of manuscripts produced in Ireland in the dark ages
29 January 2016
4 February 2016
People with mental health problems in Ireland experience persistent labour market disadvantage, according to Mark Bell, Regius Professor of Laws at Trinity, speaking at his inaugural lecture this week.
28 January 2016