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.
Afghanistan: reflections, interventions, responsibilities
TLRH | SLLCS | The Translational Rift: Declonising the Anthropocene
TLRH | Medical and Health Humanities | Ageing and Cinema
TLRH | Contemporary Irish History | The Irish pharmaceutical industry – past, present and future
TLRH | Early Modern History | 'Reflections on ongoing research in early modern history’
TLRH | School of English PhD Presentations
TLRH | ‘These damned strikes’
TLRH | Early Modern History | Rethinking George Berkeley’s legacy
TLRH | School of English | 'The Letters of John McGahern'
TLRH | Early Modern History | Visitors and Violence: Fisheries in Sixtheenth-Century Ireland
TLRH |Northern Ireland and empire in the twentieth century
TLRH |‘A Church paper for Church people’?
TLRH |The history of modern Ireland according to a cow