Welcome to the Trinity Long Room Hub. We run a major public humanities initiative, connecting diverse communities across Ireland and the world with the perspectives of the Arts and Humanities. Further to workshops, seminars and public lectures, (many of which are available to listen to here or watch here), we also have a popular Behind the Headlines discussion series and a range of other lecture series which are currently underway, including Out of the Ashes and Trinity and the Changing City. During Covid-19 we have adapted our events programming to an online only audience, and we hope that you can join us for one of these discussions. This year’s programme of events is as exciting as ever, so don’t miss out! For more on our public events, sign up to our newsletter here.
TLRH | Behind the Headlines: Is there Still an American Dream?
TLRH | Beyond 2022 and Recovering Records for Early Modern Irish History
TLRH | Identities in Transformation Postgraduate Seminar on Embodiment
TLRH | Alice in Asia: Examining Kaneko Kuniyoshi’s visual (re)imagining of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass
TLRH | Poverty, Inequality and Austerity in Ireland: Evidence, Policy and Public Debate
TLRH | Sonic Spaces | Soundscapes of the Performing Arts
TLRH | Advancing Research Impact @TCD
TLRH and the Herzog Centre | Remembering Kristallnacht: Why Talk About The Holocaust?
TLRH | Funding Interdisciplinary Research with the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
TLRH | Faculty in Focus: Dr Clare Clarke
TLRH | Commemorating "the illustrious dead": Monuments and the Chartist Movement
TLRH | ‘My doctor said the voyage on the ocean may help me…’: Gender, Rest and Emigration in the Medical Management of ‘Trauma’ in the Irish Revolution
TLRH | Education, Class and (In)Equality in Dublin
TLRH | "United Britons & Irishmen!" Proclamations and the Insurrectionary Tradition, 1798-1820
TLRH | Whose History? The 'Migrated Archive' and Britain's Colonial Past
TLRH | "'Blue Disfigurement': Colour, Race and the Freak Body in Wilkie Collins’s Poor Miss Finch" and "Decomposing the Innocent Child: Jo and the Churchyard in Dickens's Bleak House"
TLRH | ‘Not in my backyard’: Child Welfare, the Poor Law, and Social Surveillance in Late Nineteenth-century Belfast
TLRH | Introducing the FOODCULT Project
TLRH | The Munitions Embargo of 1920
TLRH | Poetry and History in the 1850s: Ann Hawkshaw and John Mitchell Kemble
TLRH | Recruiting Irish Catholics for Imperial Warfare, 1756-93
TLRH | "Too bad we can't stay, baby!": Examining the Haunted House in 1980s America
TLRH | Personal Accounts of Alcohol Addiction in Ireland, c.1890-2000
TLRH | Professionalising Inter- and Transdisciplinary Expertise
TLRH | Ireland, Empire and the Early Modern World
TLRH | ‘Women are citizens’: Women’s Groups and the Commission on the Status of Women in Ireland, c.1967-1979