The flagship research project led by Trinity will digitally recreate seven centuries of historical records of the Public Record Office of Ireland destroyed by fire at Dublin’s Four Courts at the beginning of the Irish Civil War.
Centre for Deaf Studies (CDS) celebrated its 18th year at Trinity by hosting a seminar in November. The incoming Chancellor and former President, Prof Mary McAleese officially opened the Centre on the 12th of November 2001.
Student Lyndsay Walsh completed An Taisce’s Climate Ambassador programme in 2019 and was presented with an Outstanding Achievement Award.
Hong Kong and the ongoing unrest in the region was the focus of the Trinity Long Room Hub’s latest Behind the Headlines.
This year Trinity will host its first Christmas Market for the College community on campus.
How sex, violence and exclusion shaped masculine expectations in medieval Europe was explored in an inaugural lecture by Ruth Mazo Karras, Lecky Professor of History at Trinity College Dublin.
Researchers at Trinity College have published the National Deprivation Index for Ireland.
Winners of all ages were announced at the annual awards ceremony which celebrated the most famed medieval manuscript through art and writing.
The remarkable story of Susan and Elizabeth Yeats, a pioneering duo in Irish publishing and design during the twentieth century, is brought to life in a new digital exhibition from the School of English at Trinity College.
Academics, members of the public, actors and cosplayers came together to explore the influence of history on popular media and culture at the second annual Trinity HistoryCon