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Maddock Research Fellowships, 2022-23

Marsh’s Library, founded in 1707, is located in the heart of Dublin beside St Patrick’s Cathedral. It houses a significant collection of 20,000 early modern Irish, British and continental European books and pamphlets, as well as a range of manuscripts.

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Melmoth the Wanderer: see our exhibition

Explore the texts behind Dubliner Charles Robert Maturin’s great Gothic novel!

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A Heart Marks the Page

              We found a heart shaped bookmark

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A Visit from the Dublin Sketchers

We are always delighted when we have artists pay us a visit

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A 17th Century Academic Bun Fight

Professor Crawford Gribben tells us about his recent research…

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‘Changed Utterly?’: An Online Exhibition

Marsh’s Library was caught up in the momentous events of the Irish revolution.

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Women in the Benjamin Iveagh Library

  Dr Nora Moroney tells us of some exciting finds in our library at Farmleigh House.

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Maddock Research Fellowships

  In a spirit of optimism for the future, we have awarded 9 Maddock Research Fellowships.

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Mapping History: new online exhibition

Explore this gorgeous exhibition of rare maps

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Science Week Resources

Here you can access resources and activities for children/students to try!

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Pre-school and Infant Maths Week Number Recognition & Counting!

A rare treat for our early years virtual visitors

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Proud to be part of the IRC’s Enterprise Partnership Scheme

Dr Nora Moroney’s work on our Benjamin Iveagh collection was highlighted

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