Conference considers the value of household labour

Leading historians, sociologists and policy advocates gathered in Trinity in an effort to open up new conversations about household labour in Ireland and further afield.

Can stories save the world? Can history make sense of climate change?

Can stories save the world? What can history literature, film and art teach us to make sense of the contemporary environmental challenges we face? Trinity Long Room Hub’s latest Behind the Headlines public discussion series, which took place last week, looked to the arts and humanities to face up to and address climate change. As […]

Exhibition charts the extraordinary history of the Gwynn family

A new exhibition in the Library of Trinity College Dublin charts the extraordinary history of the Gwynn family, whose influence on university life led to Trinity being dubbed ‘Gwynnity College’ in the early 1900s. The Gwynn family papers, donated to the Library in 2017, offer important insights into life and events in Dublin, Ireland, and the […]

First HRB Impact Award recognises Professor Mary McCarron

The Health Research Board presents its first HRB Impact Award to Dean of Health Sciences Professor Mary McCarron recognising how her research has transformed the health, care and living environments of people ageing with ID.

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