A two day conference organised by the School of Education. Please note, only the second day of this conference will take place in the Trinity Long Room Hub.
A half-day conference organized by the Centre for Irish-Scottish and Comparative Studies (TCD), with the support of the Royal Irish Academy, the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute, and ‘Making Ireland’, a Trinity College Research Theme. Advance booking required.
This year, Space and Settlement returns for its fifth annual conference and will focus primarily on Building in the Medieval World. In addition to the main conference theme, the final session will be devoted to the Battle of Clontarf 1014.
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 it's doors until late.
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!
A day-long symposium on Scenography.
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 Dawson St.
A lecture by Richard Sieburth, organised by the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies.