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The Status of Women in Early Irish Law

By Professor Fergus Kelly Venue: Benchers Room, King’s Inns, Henrietta Street, Dublin 1Time: Thursday 30 March 2023, 5pm Tickets are free, but booking is essential as capacity will be limited. Parking available at Constitution Hill, Dublin 7. The… Read More

Many thanks to the ‘Inks & Skins’ team

A fascinating account of the advanced manuscript analysis being performed by the Inks & Skins project was presented at DIAS on 9th March 2023. We would like to thank all the team who took the time to present… Read More

The Inks & Skins Project: Exploring Irish Manuscripts

Pádraig Ó Macháin (with Daniela Iacopino, Fenella France, John Gillis, Anna Hoffmann and Veronica Biolcati) Inks & Skins is an IRC Advanced Laureate project based in University College Cork and dedicated to the exploration of the Irish manuscript… Read More

Lecture series 2023

The School of Celtic Studies is happy to announce a series of lectures in early 2023. Entry is free, but reservation will be via Eventbrite. Registration will open approximately ten days before each lecture. 9 March, 5pm ‘The… Read More

Now available: Celtica 34

Celtica 34 is now available at https://shop.dias.ie/product/celtica-34/ Contents

DIAS reflects on significant milestones of 2022

Ground-breaking images of space, unlocking the secrets of 7th century Ireland, and the country’s first underground seismic station The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) is reflecting on a successful year for the organisation, which included a number… Read More

Unlocking the secrets of 7th century Ireland with new Irish Script on Screen website

The DIAS School of Celtic Studies will launch their newly revamped Irish Script on Screen (ISOS) website during a live demo this evening (17.11.22) at 5.30pm. The new website will make hundreds of Irish manuscripts dating as far… Read More

Vacancy: O’Donovan Scholarship

The School of Celtic Studies is able to offer a scholarship to be taken up in early 2023. Applicants will normally hold a doctoral degree prior to taking up the scholarship. A full CV together with an outline… Read More

Vacancy: Bergin Fellowship

The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies wishes to appoint in 2023 a promising early-stage researcher to a five-year Bergin Fellowship in the School of Celtic Studies. The appointee should be available to commence on 1 February (or on… Read More

Tionól 2022 (updated)

(Updated 2022-11-07: Note the addition of a talk by Colmán Etchingham on Friday evening, and the Statutory Public Lecture as announced earlier) Thursday 17th to Saturday 19th November DIAS, 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4. Please find below the… Read More