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Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute

The Trinity Long Room Hub is one of five flagship research institutes of the University, and the one dedicated to promoting and facilitating innovative research across Trinity’s Arts and Humanities Schools. The Hub is the thriving focal point for the Arts and Humanities community in Trinity. The iconic Hub building, at the heart of the historic campus, signals and celebrates the continuing excellence of the Arts and Humanities in Trinity.

The Hub supports academic staff, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers from over 20 disciplines and attracts renowned academics from around the world for short-term, high-impact residencies. It catalyses interdisciplinary research and engagement as well as hosting a popular programme of Public Humanities events, including multi-annual lecture series, panel discussions and lectures by international public intellectuals.

The Trinity Long Room Hub is a dynamic physical and human infrastructure, an engine attracting world-class talent that builds and promotes Trinity’s and Ireland’s reputation internationally. It is a well-established presence on both national and international stages and a leading contributor to the political, social and cultural discourse of Ireland.

A decade on since opening its doors, the Trinity Long Room Hub has its sights firmly set on the future with a strategy that builds on and expands the work of the last ten years. Support from Inspiring Generations will enable the Hub to fully realise its strategy by attracting academic talent and facilitating transdisciplinary and multi-dimensional collaborations that investigate global challenges. Inspiring Generations will facilitate the Hub in fostering an Irish presence in the global knowledge and creative economy, making the Hub one of the top ten Arts and Humanities Institutes in the world, and supporting researchers in standing up for truth, democracy, creativity, and dialogue.