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Fellow in Focus with John Morrill discusses Cromwell’s legacy as most controversial figure in Irish and British History

Fellow in Focus with John Morrill discusses Cromwell’s legacy as most controversial figure in Irish and British History

Ambitious Terry Pratchett Project to Generate Exciting New Research Opportunities

Ambitious Terry Pratchett Project to Generate Exciting New Research Opportunities

Future of Ireland and its Borders discussed as no-deal Brexit looms

Future of Ireland and its Borders discussed as no-deal Brexit looms

Monks also suffered from distraction and ‘mind wandering’

Monks also suffered from distraction and ‘mind wandering’

Creative experiment delivers Samuel Beckett in Augmented Reality for the first time

Creative experiment delivers Samuel Beckett in Augmented Reality for the first time

Retelling the Environmental History of the Soviet Era

Retelling the Environmental History of the Soviet Era

New exhibition explores eight centuries of communication disabilities

New exhibition explores eight centuries of communication disabilities

New Fellows Co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

New Fellows Co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

International scholars ask if democracy is at risk

International scholars ask if democracy is at risk

Sea’s slimy things tell story of environmental change

Sea’s slimy things tell story of environmental change

Efforts to address climate change will change landscape forever

Efforts to address climate change will change landscape forever

Fellow in Focus Podcast Series

Fellow in Focus Podcast Series

Global Thinking on Arts and Humanities

Global Thinking on Arts and Humanities

Cultural Interventions: CHCI Annual Meeting 2019

Cultural Interventions: CHCI Annual Meeting 2019

Bill Emmott New Chair of the Trinity Long Room Hub Board

Bill Emmott New Chair of the Trinity Long Room Hub Board

Researchers use parish incomes to map 14th century Ireland in unprecedented detail

Researchers use parish incomes to map 14th century Ireland in unprecedented detail

Living Latin Project to ‘Empower’ all to use Latin

Living Latin Project to ‘Empower’ all to use Latin

King and Queen of the Netherlands visit Trinity to view precious Fagel collection

King and Queen of the Netherlands visit Trinity to view precious Fagel collection

Four centuries of political cartoons go on display in Trinity Library exhibition

Four centuries of political cartoons go on display in Trinity Library exhibition

Cultural Heritage and Climate Change: Why Ireland’s Historic Monuments are at Risk

Cultural Heritage and Climate Change: Why Ireland’s Historic Monuments are at Risk

‘Invasion 1169’ conference on 850th anniversary of Anglo-Norman invasion

‘Invasion 1169’ conference on 850th anniversary of Anglo-Norman invasion

Trinity Week explores theme of ‘Silence’

Trinity Week explores theme of ‘Silence’

Trinity's Arts and Humanities Inspiring Generations

Trinity's Arts and Humanities Inspiring Generations

Trinity Centre for Post-Conflict Justice presents conference on Peacebuilding and Local Communities in Post-Conflict Societies

Trinity Centre for Post-Conflict Justice presents conference on Peacebuilding and Local Communities in Post-Conflict Societies

Irish cinema in the twenty-first century: what’s left of the national? by Ruth Barton

Irish cinema in the twenty-first century: what’s left of the national? by Ruth Barton

Latest Behind the Headlines asks

Latest Behind the Headlines asks "Does Race Matter?"

Brexit Special: Trinity’s Arts and Humanities on Brexit

Brexit Special: Trinity’s Arts and Humanities on Brexit

After Apartheid: Rethinking What it Means to ‘Be’ in the World - Visiting Fellow Premesh Lalu discusses his research

After Apartheid: Rethinking What it Means to ‘Be’ in the World - Visiting Fellow Premesh Lalu discusses his research

Breathing new life into forgotten medieval chants for St Patrick and other saints

Breathing new life into forgotten medieval chants for St Patrick and other saints

New Poetry Collection Reminds us of Nature’s Simple Wonder

New Poetry Collection Reminds us of Nature’s Simple Wonder

The Unexplored World of Music in Silent Film: new publication from Trinity's School of Creative Arts

The Unexplored World of Music in Silent Film: new publication from Trinity's School of Creative Arts

Visiting Research Fellow Alex Alsemgeest begins research on The Fagel Collection at the Library of Trinity College Dublin

Visiting Research Fellow Alex Alsemgeest begins research on The Fagel Collection at the Library of Trinity College Dublin

Conference at Trinity Long Room Hub considers the value of household labour

Conference at Trinity Long Room Hub considers the value of household labour

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

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

It all started with a bang. Or did it? Prof Luke O’Neill on what it means to be human

It all started with a bang. Or did it? Prof Luke O’Neill on what it means to be human

Precious Dublin Apocalypse manuscript now available to a global online audience

Precious Dublin Apocalypse manuscript now available to a global online audience

Trinity's School of English marks the publication of A History of Modern Irish Women’s Literature at the Trinity Long Room Hub

Trinity's School of English marks the publication of A History of Modern Irish Women’s Literature at the Trinity Long Room Hub

Hillary Term at the Trinity Long Room Hub – Message from the Director

Hillary Term at the Trinity Long Room Hub – Message from the Director

Sir Humphrey Gilbert and the Glory of the British Empire

Sir Humphrey Gilbert and the Glory of the British Empire

Coming of Age Novels no Longer Stories of Economic Progression

Coming of Age Novels no Longer Stories of Economic Progression

Trinity HistoryCon showcases the hidden history behind movie magic

Trinity HistoryCon showcases the hidden history behind movie magic

Latest Behind the Headlines discusses 'What does it mean to be human?'

Latest Behind the Headlines discusses 'What does it mean to be human?'

Trinity awarded €1.5m to build interdisciplinary toolkit

Trinity awarded €1.5m to build interdisciplinary toolkit

Major STEAM initiative brings music and science together in new release of ‘Starman’

Major STEAM initiative brings music and science together in new release of ‘Starman’

Recapturing the spirit of the ancient library of Alexandria in the 21st Century

Recapturing the spirit of the ancient library of Alexandria in the 21st Century

Geoffrey Crossick steps down as Chair of Trinity Long Room Hub Board

Geoffrey Crossick steps down as Chair of Trinity Long Room Hub Board

Why do we love to be scared? Launch of new book by Prof Darryl Jones

Why do we love to be scared? Launch of new book by Prof Darryl Jones

Democracy and populism debated on eve of US elections

Democracy and populism debated on eve of US elections

Trinity’s Open Letter in the Financial Times

Trinity’s Open Letter in the Financial Times

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon explores rights of artist in public lecture

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon explores rights of artist in public lecture

Cultural Trauma and the ‘special case’ of Switzerland: Jürgen Barkhoff delivers public lecture at Columbia University

Cultural Trauma and the ‘special case’ of Switzerland: Jürgen Barkhoff delivers public lecture at Columbia University

Visiting Research Fellow Professor Sirshendu Majumdar explores relationship between Tagore and Yeats

Visiting Research Fellow Professor Sirshendu Majumdar explores relationship between Tagore and Yeats

School of Histories and Humanities and Glasnevin Trust launch exhibition and conference on the Great Flu Pandemic.

School of Histories and Humanities and Glasnevin Trust launch exhibition and conference on the Great Flu Pandemic.

New lecture series marks centenary of 1918

New lecture series marks centenary of 1918

New report on academic staff use of technology enhanced assessment

New report on academic staff use of technology enhanced assessment

Trinity marks launch of Oscar Wilde digital collection with public lecture

Trinity marks launch of Oscar Wilde digital collection with public lecture

Dr David O’Shaughnessy, School of English, editor of new book The Letters of Oliver Goldsmith

Dr David O’Shaughnessy, School of English, editor of new book The Letters of Oliver Goldsmith

Housing issues in Dublin over the last century discussed in latest Behind the Headlines

Housing issues in Dublin over the last century discussed in latest Behind the Headlines

Launch of the Trinity Centre for New Irish Studies marks new chapter in Irish studies

Launch of the Trinity Centre for New Irish Studies marks new chapter in Irish studies

The rise of ‘barbaric nationalism’ – 2018 Humanities Horizons lecture

The rise of ‘barbaric nationalism’ – 2018 Humanities Horizons lecture

Reflecting Lough Derg through a Prism – deep mapping water and culture

Reflecting Lough Derg through a Prism – deep mapping water and culture

Ten years on from the Irish banking crisis what has changed?

Ten years on from the Irish banking crisis what has changed?

Call Now Open - Trinity Long Room Hub Marie Sklodowska-Curie Programme Fellowships 2019-20

Call Now Open - Trinity Long Room Hub Marie Sklodowska-Curie Programme Fellowships 2019-20

Trinity Long Room Hub leads Global Project on Crises of Democracy -
      
      call for 2019 Dubrovnik Summer School now open

Trinity Long Room Hub leads Global Project on Crises of Democracy - call for 2019 Dubrovnik Summer School now open

"We have to decide what we want the world to be and we have to build it" - Professor Genevieve Bell on 'Managing the Machines'

Trinity Long Room Hub appoints 2018-19 Fellows cofunded by the Horizon 2020 Marie Sklowdowska-Curie Actions Programme

Trinity Long Room Hub appoints 2018-19 Fellows cofunded by the Horizon 2020 Marie Sklowdowska-Curie Actions Programme

Fellow in Focus: Columbia University investigates sexual violence on campus

Fellow in Focus: Columbia University investigates sexual violence on campus

Dr Deborah Thorpe: Illuminating the Scribes

Dr Deborah Thorpe: Illuminating the Scribes

Professor Rob Savage: Investigating Media Narratives

Professor Rob Savage: Investigating Media Narratives

Dr Meltem Gürle: exploring Europe’s peripheries

Dr Meltem Gürle: exploring Europe’s peripheries

John Walter – Panning for Gold in the Archives

John Walter – Panning for Gold in the Archives

Dr Alexander Bubb and the Victorian Reader

Dr Alexander Bubb and the Victorian Reader

Benefits of a bilingual education for children with special needs

Benefits of a bilingual education for children with special needs

Irish Stories, Irish Histories

Irish Stories, Irish Histories

'The Cambridge History of Ireland' − a landmark survey of Irish history

'The Cambridge History of Ireland' − a landmark survey of Irish history

TLRH artist in residence Dan Hoyle performs his ‘Real Americans’ show

TLRH artist in residence Dan Hoyle performs his ‘Real Americans’ show

New home for Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation

New home for Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation

100 Years of Cultural Dissent in Ukraine

100 Years of Cultural Dissent in Ukraine

 Irish Medieval Music – in a European Context

Irish Medieval Music – in a European Context

The Rise and Fall of a Leader Cult in Post-War Hungary

The Rise and Fall of a Leader Cult in Post-War Hungary

Trinity Arts and Humanities Researchers Win Irish Research Council Laureate Awards

Trinity Arts and Humanities Researchers Win Irish Research Council Laureate Awards

Lara Croft is back with a bang  – but there are real tomb raiders out there

Lara Croft is back with a bang – but there are real tomb raiders out there

Story Spinners: Irish Women and Children’s Books

Story Spinners: Irish Women and Children’s Books

Utopia Dystopia, the Russian Revolution One Hundred Years On

Utopia Dystopia, the Russian Revolution One Hundred Years On

‘#MeToo – Then and Now’ public discussion marks International Women's Day

‘#MeToo – Then and Now’ public discussion marks International Women's Day

Researchers mark one hundred years of women’s suffrage and social change

Researchers mark one hundred years of women’s suffrage and social change

Dr Susan Cahill: an ‘Irishwoman You Should Know’ speaks at #MeToo – Then and Now

Dr Susan Cahill: an ‘Irishwoman You Should Know’ speaks at #MeToo – Then and Now

From the Coming-of-Age Novel to Emerging Burial Practices

From the Coming-of-Age Novel to Emerging Burial Practices

Trinity Performs Strongly in QS World University Subject Rankings 2018

Trinity Performs Strongly in QS World University Subject Rankings 2018

Celebrating Chinese New Year

Celebrating Chinese New Year

Trinity Signs Strategic Partnership with Columbia University

Trinity Signs Strategic Partnership with Columbia University

Future of Policing under the spotlight at public discussion

Future of Policing under the spotlight at public discussion

Future of Europe and its borders under the spotlight at public discussion

Future of Europe and its borders under the spotlight at public discussion

Beyond 2022 -Digital project to recreate public record office destroyed by fire announced

Beyond 2022 -Digital project to recreate public record office destroyed by fire announced

Violence in the Early Modern Period: A Prologue to Genocide?

Violence in the Early Modern Period: A Prologue to Genocide?

Trinity Long Room Hub Graduate Fellow Miriam Cummins wins IRC Medal of Excellence

Trinity Long Room Hub Graduate Fellow Miriam Cummins wins IRC Medal of Excellence

 Latest Behind the Headlines on Genocide and ethnic cleansing in our times: from Rwanda to the Rohingyas

Latest Behind the Headlines on Genocide and ethnic cleansing in our times: from Rwanda to the Rohingyas

Trinity winner of Financial Times 'The Future of Europe Project' announced

Trinity winner of Financial Times 'The Future of Europe Project' announced

 New Publication: Irish in Argentina provides new narrative for Ireland’s Global Diaspora

New Publication: Irish in Argentina provides new narrative for Ireland’s Global Diaspora

Recent Conference: New Directions in Ecohorror and the Ecogothic

Recent Conference: New Directions in Ecohorror and the Ecogothic

Contemporary Irish History Research Seminar Series: International influences on the Irish Free State

Contemporary Irish History Research Seminar Series: International influences on the Irish Free State

New Publication: Shanghai Shaped by Unique International Settlement

New Publication: Shanghai Shaped by Unique International Settlement

 US-Irish Symposium  discusses ‘Factions, Fears, and Fake News’

US-Irish Symposium discusses ‘Factions, Fears, and Fake News’

 Russian revolution to be remembered 100 years on at public lecture series in the Trinity Long Room Hub

Russian revolution to be remembered 100 years on at public lecture series in the Trinity Long Room Hub

 Annual Edmund Burke Lecture: Can one powerful person change the course of history?

Annual Edmund Burke Lecture: Can one powerful person change the course of history?

 Trinity College Responding in Times of Refuge

Trinity College Responding in Times of Refuge

 Former Trinity Long Room Hub Fellow Francis Ludlow leads study establishing new link between volcanic eruptions, Nile flooding and revolt in ancient Egypt

Former Trinity Long Room Hub Fellow Francis Ludlow leads study establishing new link between volcanic eruptions, Nile flooding and revolt in ancient Egypt

 Behind the Headlines explores risks and rewards of artificial intelligence

Behind the Headlines explores risks and rewards of artificial intelligence

 Launch of first major Irish exhibition on Oscar Wilde

Launch of first major Irish exhibition on Oscar Wilde

 Contemporary Irish Architecture Celebrated in New Exhibition

Contemporary Irish Architecture Celebrated in New Exhibition

 Tom Murphy: a Celebration at Trinity

Tom Murphy: a Celebration at Trinity

Trinity manuscripts project offers public rare window into the medieval world

Trinity manuscripts project offers public rare window into the medieval world

Switch on Culture Night 2017 at Trinity College Dublin

Switch on Culture Night 2017 at Trinity College Dublin

Public Invited to Share Memories and Memorabilia of World Wars at Aspects Bangor Literary Festival

Public Invited to Share Memories and Memorabilia of World Wars at Aspects Bangor Literary Festival

Call Now Open: Trinity Long Room Hub Visiting Research Fellowship COFUND Programme 2018-19

Call Now Open: Trinity Long Room Hub Visiting Research Fellowship COFUND Programme 2018-19

From Bicycles to Widow’s Weeds: Beckett’s Creative Prop Box

From Bicycles to Widow’s Weeds: Beckett’s Creative Prop Box

'Frondeurs' and fake news: how misinformation ruled in 17th-century France

'Frondeurs' and fake news: how misinformation ruled in 17th-century France

Trinity Marks Centenary of the Irish Convention

Trinity Marks Centenary of the Irish Convention

Conference Prompts Re-imagining of the Jews of Ireland

Conference Prompts Re-imagining of the Jews of Ireland

Irishwoman Margaret Noble Celebrated in New Documentary

Irishwoman Margaret Noble Celebrated in New Documentary

Trinity Long Room Hub appoints three Fellows co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

Trinity Long Room Hub appoints three Fellows co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

New Publication Shows Manual Writing was aided by Print

New Publication Shows Manual Writing was aided by Print

London Showcase Event Brings Arts and Humanities to Life

London Showcase Event Brings Arts and Humanities to Life

Human Rights and Religions Summer School to take place in Trinity

Human Rights and Religions Summer School to take place in Trinity

Visiting Research Fellow highlights fascinating scholarship behind the study of the Book of Kells

Visiting Research Fellow highlights fascinating scholarship behind the study of the Book of Kells

Segregated Education in Post-Conflict Bosnia: From the Battlefield to the Classroom

Segregated Education in Post-Conflict Bosnia: From the Battlefield to the Classroom

Trinity unveils precious Irish manuscripts from the Dark Ages

Trinity unveils precious Irish manuscripts from the Dark Ages

Symposium will Explore Women’s Experience of Post-war

Symposium will Explore Women’s Experience of Post-war

Colombian delegation involved in peace process visit Irish School of Ecumenics

Colombian delegation involved in peace process visit Irish School of Ecumenics

In Focus: Sarah Alyn Stacey on following your research path

In Focus: Sarah Alyn Stacey on following your research path

Yeats and Mussolini: How Italy’s Fascist Regime shaped Yeats’s thinking about Ireland

Yeats and Mussolini: How Italy’s Fascist Regime shaped Yeats’s thinking about Ireland

New book deepens discussion on biotechnologies, control and resistance to biopower

New book deepens discussion on biotechnologies, control and resistance to biopower

New Visiting Research Fellow from Singapore’s LASALLE College of the Arts

New Visiting Research Fellow from Singapore’s LASALLE College of the Arts

Trump's America, 60 Days In

Trump's America, 60 Days In

Japanese manga exhibition opens in the Trinity Long Room Hub

Japanese manga exhibition opens in the Trinity Long Room Hub

Sex Purchase Ban and Anti-trafficking Measures have Adverse Impact on Migrants

Sex Purchase Ban and Anti-trafficking Measures have Adverse Impact on Migrants

Abortion in Modern Ireland

Abortion in Modern Ireland

International Conference on National Stereotyping and Cultural Identities

International Conference on National Stereotyping and Cultural Identities

Annual Humanities Horizons Lecture

Annual Humanities Horizons Lecture

Time central to our experience of the world

Time central to our experience of the world

Celebrating 50 years of the Berkeley Library

Celebrating 50 years of the Berkeley Library

Latest ‘Behind the Headlines’ discussion tackles issue of contentious league tables

Latest ‘Behind the Headlines’ discussion tackles issue of contentious league tables

Trinity marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation

Trinity marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation

Trinity Long Room Hub announces latest Research Incentive Scheme Awards

Trinity Long Room Hub announces latest Research Incentive Scheme Awards

Performance as the New Theatre

Performance as the New Theatre

German novels of the 19th century still relevant for today’s entrepreneurs

German novels of the 19th century still relevant for today’s entrepreneurs

Trinity Long Room Hub appoints New Deputy Director

Trinity Long Room Hub appoints New Deputy Director

Frozen in Time, The Fagel Collection in the Library of Trinity College Dublin

Frozen in Time, The Fagel Collection in the Library of Trinity College Dublin

Trinity Long Room Hub's  inaugural Artist in Residence premieres first  composition

Trinity Long Room Hub's inaugural Artist in Residence premieres first composition

One Voice for Languages

One Voice for Languages

Syria: The Local and the Global

Syria: The Local and the Global

The Blue Wall of Silence: Police Shootings in the US and Garda Accountability in Ireland

The Blue Wall of Silence: Police Shootings in the US and Garda Accountability in Ireland

From the Frontline: An Eyewitness Account from the Middle East

From the Frontline: An Eyewitness Account from the Middle East

In Focus: Professor Jane Ohlmeyer on How to Get to the Top of your Research Career

In Focus: Professor Jane Ohlmeyer on How to Get to the Top of your Research Career

Brexit, Brussels and the Big Apple: Where to now for Ireland?

Brexit, Brussels and the Big Apple: Where to now for Ireland?

‘What is it to be Irish? Negotiating National Identity after the Troubles

‘What is it to be Irish? Negotiating National Identity after the Troubles

Working Together Across the Sciences and Arts Creates Greater Impact

Working Together Across the Sciences and Arts Creates Greater Impact

Brexit presents major opportunities for researchers – but are we ready to grasp them?

Brexit presents major opportunities for researchers – but are we ready to grasp them?

What we can learn from the 1950s

What we can learn from the 1950s

Advocating for the Humanities

Advocating for the Humanities

CALL OPEN! New Visiting Research Fellowship Programme for 2017-18

CALL OPEN! New Visiting Research Fellowship Programme for 2017-18

Learnings on Holocaust Still Emerging, Summer School Finds

Learnings on Holocaust Still Emerging, Summer School Finds

Oral Testimonies of Partition and Conflict Bring Healing to Communities

Oral Testimonies of Partition and Conflict Bring Healing to Communities

Language to take Centre Stage for Culture Night at Trinity Long Room Hub

Language to take Centre Stage for Culture Night at Trinity Long Room Hub

Irish Writers use Myth to Convey Truth about Violence

Irish Writers use Myth to Convey Truth about Violence

Summer School Explores Beckett’s Ongoing Relevance

Summer School Explores Beckett’s Ongoing Relevance

Mainstream Education Leaves Deaf Students at Disadvantage

Mainstream Education Leaves Deaf Students at Disadvantage

The Secret Birth of ‘Independence’ is Uncovered at Trinity College Dublin

The Secret Birth of ‘Independence’ is Uncovered at Trinity College Dublin

Trinity Long Room Hub signs Memorandum of Understanding with Top Indian Research Institute

Trinity Long Room Hub signs Memorandum of Understanding with Top Indian Research Institute

Trinity Creative Challenge 2017

Trinity Creative Challenge 2017

Trinity Library marks centenary of the Battle of the Somme with new WW1 website

Trinity Library marks centenary of the Battle of the Somme with new WW1 website

World First Summer School Course in Digital Humanities Research Infrastructure

World First Summer School Course in Digital Humanities Research Infrastructure

Politics of Shame in Ireland Leaves Lasting Legacy on Lone Parents

Politics of Shame in Ireland Leaves Lasting Legacy on Lone Parents

Is it all just an illusion?

Is it all just an illusion?

'Behind the Headlines' Looks at Dangers to Democracy in Europe

'Behind the Headlines' Looks at Dangers to Democracy in Europe

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