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Upcoming summer events

Below is information on upcoming DIAS internal & public events. To keep up to date with DIAS events – subscribe to our newsletter here. 22nd May: Black Holes and Quantum ComputersPublic lecture with Professor Marika Taylor on the fundamental… Read More

Tionól 2019: Call for papers

This year’s Tionól will take place at the School of Celtic Studies, 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4, on 15th and 16th November. Papers will relate to any aspect of Celtic Studies, and will be 30 minutes in duration…. Read More

Poetry Day competition winner

For Poetry Day last week we asked for entries to a free draw to win two of our poetry books, and had ninety entries! Congratulations to our winner: Liam Mac Peaircín. We’ll be in touch shortly for a… Read More

Poetry Day Competition

To celebrate Poetry Day at DIAS we are giving away two poetry books to one lucky winner: Irish Bardic Poetry Fuidheall Áir: Bardic poems on the Meic Dhiarmada of Magh Luirg c. 1377–c. 1637 Entries have closed! Winner… Read More

Bergin Fellowship in Celtic Studies

The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies wishes to appoint a promising early-stage researcher to a five-year Bergin Fellowship in the School of Celtic Studies. Candidates should hold a doctorate and should have a record of outstanding research experience… Read More

DIAS Summer Studentships — Celtic Studies

As part of the DIAS Summer Studentships programme in 2019, DIAS School of Celtic Studies is able to offer some Summer Studentships. The DIAS School of Celtic Studies undertakes research in the broad field of the Celtic Languages… Read More

DIAS Research Forum 2019 – 10 May, 3-5pm

An inter-disciplinary research forum has been scheduled for Friday 10 May 2019, 3-5pm at Burlington Road. The forum is intended to be an informal event that provides post-doctoral scholars and PhD students with the opportunity to share and… Read More

Conference: ‘To frighten off the rude and ignorant’?

Intentional obscuritas in Irish and Welsh literature (650–1650) Friday 24th and Saturday 25th May 2019. Registration now open See the full programme. (Updated 2019-05-01)

Valentine’s Week Sale!

We think you’ll love our 25% discount on all books for the entire week, 11th to 17th February! See https://books.dias.ie/!

Statutory Public Lecture 2018: Now available to watch

Professor Liam Breatnach’s Statutory Public Lecture for 2018, “Poetry on the edge: marginal verses in mediaeval Irish manuscripts”, is now available to watch.