One of the world’s finest medieval manuscripts, the Book of St Albans, is digitised for the first time
Created by the renowned scribe, the Benedictine monk Matthew Paris of St Albans Abbey in England, the manuscript chronicles the life of St Alban, the first Christian martyr in England. It also outlines the construction of St Albans cathedral.
The Money Question at the Back of Everything: Ulysses and Capitalism
Joyce’s view of economics is still relevant in 2022, explains Adrian Howlett, PhD candidate, School of English. Adrian was one of some 300 researchers who participated in the 28th International James Joyce Symposium hosted by Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin this week. Every generation of Joyce’s readers finds itself in the writer’s work. Although it […]