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To explore and enjoy exhibitions about Bram Stoker, China, Stolen Books, Unique Surviving Books, Doodles & Marginalia, Jewish Books, and the gorgeous library of Benjamin Guinness, just click on the Online Exhibitions tab on the menu!

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    Benjamin Iveagh Library Award

    Congratulations to Dr. Nora Moroney who has been awarded a two-year post-doctoral fellowship to study our Benjamin Iveagh Library at Farmleigh House in the Phoenix Park.

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    Melmoth the Wanderer

    Congratulations to Dr Tina Morin of the University of Limerick on her recently-announced Irish Research Council award.

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    James Joyce Writing Competition Awards

    Young Dublin writers were invited to attend a presentation yesterday

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    William Bedell, Venice and the Irish language

      Eloise Davies tells us about her recent research at Marsh’s Library.

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    The Habsburg-Bourbon Double Marriage of 1612-15

    Dr Bram van Leuveren of the University of St Andrews in Scotland tells us about his recent research in the library as a Maddock Research Fellow.

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    Swift and Georgian Dublin

    Four leading experts on Jonathan Swift presented short papers on aspects of the great man’s life, writings, and relationships.

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