Registration is now open for the public lecture by Dr. Margot Kässmann which will take place on Tuesday 23 September at 6pm. Click here to register.
Culture Night is a night of entertainment, discovery and adventure. The Trinity Long Room Hub along with a number of arts and cultural organisations will open its doors until late.
A lecture by Tim Pat Coogan as part of the Centre for Contemporary Irish History Seminar Series.
A lecture by Seamus Heaney Professor of Irish Writing, Christopher Morash for the inaugural seminar of the Staff Postgraduate Seminar Series organised by the School of English.
Discover Research Dublin 2014 will be hosted by the Trinity College. As part of the programme, the Trinity Long Room Hub will showcase a range of arts and humanities research activities, inviting the public to engage with the world of research in an action. Details to be announced soon!
The 22nd Meeting of the Irish Environmental History Network featuring the launch of Prof John Wilson Foster's new book, Pilgrims of the Air.
A public lecture by Dr Kari Norgaard (Associate Professor Sociology and Environmental Studies, University of Oregon) who will be in Trinity College as part of the Andrew W. Mellon funded European Observatory of the New Human Condition project.
A day-long symposium on Scenography organised by the School of Drama, Film and Music as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival.
A lecture by Dr Joseph Clarke (TCD) as part of the Centre for Early Modern History Seminar Series 2014-15.
A two day conference organised by the School of English. Please note: the first day of this conference will take place in The Arts Council on Merrion Square.
The annual conference of ADEFFI (Association des Etudes Françaises et Francophones d’Irlande).
A lecture by Richard Sieburth, organised by the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies.
Sibéal Irish Postgraduate and ECR Feminist & Gender Studies Network 2014 annual conference.
CALL FOR PAPERS! 2015 Annual Conference of the Irish Association for Russian, Central and East European Studies, organized by the Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, the Center for European Studies, the Trinity Long Room Hub, and the Irish Association for Russian, Central and East European Studies.