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UPDATE MARCH 24TH : Buildings Closure Notice

To protect the welfare of students, scholars and staff at DIAS and in the public interest, DIAS is implementing full ‘working from home’ for all its team as of 6pm Friday March 20th. This is effective until opening… Read More

International Women’s Day & DIAS

As part of our DIAS 2020 programme we wanted to present some of our most talented female researchers in a unique way for International Women’s Day. It was important that we show the humans behind the research. And… Read More

Scannán Oidhche Sheanchais

‘Cúlra agus Stair an Scannáin Oidhche Sheanchais’ agus Scannán ‘Oidhche Sheanchais’ (10 noiméad)An chéad scannán déanta i nGaeilge (1934) Dr. Brian Ó Catháin (Ollscoil Mhá Nuad)Dé Céadaoin, 11ú Márta 2020 ag 6.00i.n. Scoil an Léinn Cheiltigh, 10 Bóthar… Read More

Tionól 2020: 27–28 November

Tionól 2020 will take place on Friday 27th and Saturday 28 November. A call for papers will be issued in May.

DIAS 2020 marks 80 years of discovery with programme of events

An address by former President of Ireland Mary Robinson; a fun-filled family day at DIAS Dunsink Observatory; and a lecture by the ‘father of quantum’, Chinese physicist Professor Jian-Wei Pan, are amongst the highlights of a year-long programme… Read More

Special offer: Complete Early Irish Law Series

For a limited time only the complete set of the Early Irish Law Series is available for just €170. Get it from our bookshop now!

Seminars resuming January 2020

Professor Ruairí Ó hUiginn’s seminar on the Early Modern Irish text Oileamhain Chon Culainn & Oidheadh Chonnlaoich will recommence on Monday, 20 January at 5.00 p.m. in the School of Celtic Studies Seminar Room. Fáilte roimh chách. Newcomers… Read More

Marking a decade of “internationally acclaimed scientific achievements”

DIAS Senior management

The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) has released details of some of its most significant achievements over the decade from 2010 to 2019. DIAS’s work focuses on Astrophysics, Geophysics, Theoretical Physics and Celtic Studies. Over the past… Read More

Dr. Chantal Kobel appointed a Bergin Fellow at the School of Celtic Studies

The School of Celtic Studies at DIAS is delighted to announce that Dr. Chantal Kobel has been appointed a Bergin Fellow.  The name of the Fellowship honours Professor Osborn J. Bergin, first Director of the School of Celtic… Read More

Call for papers. Medieval Multilingual Manuscripts: Texts, Scribes, and Patrons

The aim of this conference is to bring together scholars working on medieval bilingual or multilingual sources from a variety of linguistic backgrounds, geographical areas, and literary genres. Proposals of 200-300 words may be submitted at conference@celt.dias.ie before… Read More