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Sara D’Amico describes what she found among Marsh’s oldest printed books.
Takes inspiration from Peter Apian’s volvelles
‘Liked & Shared’ explores whether internet success can translate to real life.
We have teamed up with UCD’s Department of Access and Lifelong Learning to offer an exciting autumn seminar on ‘The Print Revolution in Europe, 1450-1750’.
Maddock Fellow Dr Kristina Varade of City University of New York (BMCC) discusses the extraordinary travelogue and memoir of Irish woman Katherine Wilmot (c.1773-1824).
Dr Colin Reid, Senior Lecturer in British and Irish History at the University of Sheffield, discusses his recent Fellowship at Marsh’s Library and the joy of unexpected finds.
We found a heart shaped bookmark
We are always delighted when we have artists pay us a visit
Professor Crawford Gribben tells us about his recent research…
Marsh’s Library was caught up in the momentous events of the Irish revolution.
Dr Nora Moroney tells us of some exciting finds in our library at Farmleigh House.
In a spirit of optimism for the future, we have awarded 9 Maddock Research Fellowships.