A lecture Sir Joseph Piling (Former Permanent Secretary, Northern Ireland Office).
A lecture by Luc Reychler (University of Leuven).
A lecture by Richard Butler (University of Cambridge) as part of the History or Art and Architecture Research Seminar Series.Please not this seminar will take place in Room 5083B (Arts Building). Places Limited.
A lecture by Dr Andrew Mackillop (University of Aberdeen) who is a current Visiting Research Fellow at Trinity Long Room Hub.
A lecture by Prof Jesper Svenbro (Poet and Member of the Swedish Academy).
A lunch time seminar by Jarlath Killeen (TCD), organised by the steering committee of the 'Making Ireland' Research Theme.
A lecture by Dr Polly Ha (University of East Anglia & TLRH Visiting Research Fellow) as part of the Transformative Periphery:Negotiating Identities from the Margins Lecture Series.
A lecture by Dr Mark Fitzgerald (DIT).
A one day workshop focusing on the treatment of peoples and events at the fringes of Europe in the sources for the twelfth century.
The Centre for Early Modern History Annual Lecture by Prof Jeroen Duindam (Leiden University).
A lecture by Visiting Research Fellow Dr Raphael Ingelbien (University of Leuven).
A lecture by Visiting Research Fellow Prof Tarif Khalidi (American University of Beirut).
A lecture by Prof Jay Winter (Yale University).
The annual Dublin Graduate Philosophy Conference hosted by the philosophy departments of Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin.
A lecture by Dr Johanna Skold (Linkoping University)
A lunch time seminar by Melissa Sihra (TCD), organised by the steering committee of the 'Making Ireland' Research Theme.
A conference on the philosophy of Berkeley, with a special emphasis on Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous.
This workshop will link the current political and public debate of history and commemoration in Ireland to international debates around the anniversary of the Reformation.
A lecture by Dr David Shepherd (TCD).
Launch of the publication of translation of Patrick Boltshauser's novel 'Stromschnellen'/Rapids.
Organised by the Department of Philosophy, TCD, the Donnellan Lectures 2014 will be delivered by Professor David Chalmers of the Australian National University and New York University.
A cross disciplinary conference organised by the School of English, TCD.
This conference will bring together leading scholars working in Philosophy, Medical Humanities, Medicine, and related disciplines whose work critically engages with the status of the body.
A one-day international symposium on the subject of the First World War in late-twentieth and twenty-first century literature for children and young adults.
A programme of new lectures and seminars on all aspects of Beckett's works, organised by the School of English, TCD.