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NUI Galway’s James Hardiman Library will host renowned photographer Tarquin Blake’s Abandoned Mansions of Ireland exhibition until Friday, June 24.
In honour of the retirement of Professor Nicholas Canny of NUI Galway, Reshaping Ireland, 1550-1700: Colonization and its Consequences is being launched in the Moore Institute in NUI Galway on Wednesday June 1 at 5.00pm.
The era of ‘the island of saints and scholars’ is no myth, but a dynamic period of Irish history, aspects of which will be discussed and analysed by leading scholars at an event in NUI, Galway.
What were Irish farmhouses like in the 19th century? Did they differ in different parts of the country? How did people decorate them? What do they tell us of life in those days?
For a country that is often highly conservative, Ireland has produced many important and influential socialist activists, thinkers, and politicians, and many of them have come from Galway.
Geraldine Kennedy, editor of The Irish Times, will deliver a public lecture to the Moore Institute in NUI, Galway on Thursday November 26 at 6.10pm.
Terry Eagleton, one of the world’s leading intellectuals, literary critics, and cultural theorists, will deliver a public lecture in NUI, Galway next week.