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Science Week Resources

  We can certainly say that all modern day scientific discoveries grew from the seeds of exploration and knowledge found on the shelves in Marsh’s Library.  We are standing on the shoulders of giants here, don’t you know! Here are a collection of our previous Science Week activities. You can access instructions, resources and activities […]

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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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Young Writers Writing Competition

We are happy to announce that we are teaming up with the Museum of Childhood

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The Forgotten Women of Science

The Iranian-American artist Pantea Karimi

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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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Available online! Bram Stoker & the Haunting of Marsh’s Library

Explore Bram Stoker’s reading in this digital exhibition.

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Available online! Hunting Stolen Books

1,185 books.  That is how many items went missing from Marsh’s Library

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Available online! Exquisite & Rare: Bookbindings from the Library of Benjamin Guinness

These beautiful bookbindings are a testament to one man’s labour of love

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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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