The Institute works closely with the research centres based within our Arts and Humanities Schools.
- Trinity Centre for Deaf Studies
- Trinity Centre for Early Modern History
- Trinity Centre for Contemporary Irish History
- Trinity Centre for Gender and Women's Studies
- Trinity Medieval History Research Centre
- Trinity Centre for Irish-Scottish and Comparative Studies
- Trinity Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- Trinity Centre for Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies
- Trinity Centre for Language and Communication Studies
- Trinity Centre for Literary Translation
- Trinity Music Composition Centre
- The Oscar Wilde Centre for Irish Writing
- The Plato Centre
- Trinity Irish Art Research Centre
- Trinity Centre for War Studies
- Cultures, Academic Values and Education Research Centre
Trinity Research Centres hosted by the Trinity Long Room Hub
- Trinity Centre for Digital Humanities
- Trinity Centre for New Irish Studies
- Trinity Centre for Samuel Beckett Studies
The Trinity Centre for Digital Humanities has been based in the Institute since 2013. There are three other centres currently seeking approval from the Dean of Research to have their centres hosted by the Trinity Long Room Hub – the Centre for Post Conflict Justice, the Centre for New Irish Studies (formerly the Centre for Irish Scottish Comparative Studies) and the new Centre for Samuel Beckett Studies. Should the Research Committee approve these, the Trinity Long Room Hub will have primary administrative and financial responsibility for the Centres and will work with the governance bodies of each to support and leverage their research activities for collaboration, grant funding opportunities and promotion.
Trinity Research Institutes and Centres of Excellence
In addition to our partners, we work closely with the three other Trinity Research Institutes (CRANN (nanoscience), TCIN (neuroscience) and TBSI (biomedical sciences)), the Science Foundation Ireland funded research Centres of Excellence in adaptive computing (ADAPT) and telecommunications (CONNECT), and the Science Gallery.