A talk by Professor Jasmine Mullikene (Oklahoma State University) organised by the School of English.
A public lecture by Dr Renuka Singh (Jawaharlal Nehru University).
The fourth annual meeting of the Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy (SSHAP) in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Bertrand Russell Society (BRS) hosted by the Department of Philosophy.
A one day interdisciplinary workshop organised by the School of English.
A European Seminar organized by the Confederation of Language Centres in Higher Education (CercleS) in conjunction with the School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences.
A public lecture by Prof Jeff Higginbotham (State University of New York) during his term as a Visiting Research Fellow at the Trinity Long Room Hub.
A day long Irish Research Council Project Workshop.
A Digital Environmental Humanities public lecture by Professor David J. Bodenhamer (The Polis Center, Indiana University Purdue).
A conference jointly hosted by the School of English and the Department of Economics (TCD).
A public lecture by Prof Debra Hess Norris (University of Delaware) organised by Trinity College Library.
A public lecture by Dr. Paul Bernal(University of East Anglia).
A public lecture by Ms Ryoko AOKI, renowned Noh performer as part of her visit to Ireland as a Japan Cultural Envoy, organised by the Trinity Centre for Asian Studies.
A lecture by Dr Sarah Peverley (University of Liverpool) as part of the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Lecture Series.
An interdisciplinary conference organized by the Department of Hispanic Studies.
A two day interdisciplinary conference organised by the School of English. Registration required.
A four day summer school organised School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences.
A two day conference organised by the Centre for Early Modern History, in co-operation with the Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland at University College Dublin and the University of Ulster.
A one day symposium presented by the University of Limerick and TRIARC: the Irish Art Research Centre at Trinity College.