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Wed, 05 May 2021 03:54:06 PDT

Northern Ireland Centenary: see what's in our Archives & Special Collections

 The Centenary Historical Advisory Panel appointed by the British government to advise on the events relating to the centenary of the state of Northern Ireland declared 3 May 2021 as the official centenary date. As we know only too well there are almost as many opinions on this event as the number of years that have elapsed. Even the existence of the panel itself has not been without

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Thu, 22 Apr 2021 04:01:35 PDT

Open Voices: Arthur Smith

 We are very happy to talk to Arthur Smith in this Open Voices Interview about Open Access, the role of Green Open Access repositories and how things change as we are getting more transformative agreements! Arthur was until recently the Library REF Manager at Cambridge University Libraries and secretary to the UK Council of Research Repositories (UKCORR). <!--[if gte mso 9]> <![endif]--><!

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Mon, 12 Apr 2021 11:48:04 PDT

Recent Fiction from NUI Galway Graduates

While this year publishers' schedules are still being disrupted by the pandemic, it is always worthwhile to catchup on some amazing recent fiction from NUI Galway graduates. John Patrick McHugh's debut collection of stories, Pure Gold, set in Achill have been published to great acclaim. John has also secured a major UK publishing deal.Ryan Denis, who completed an MA in Writing and PhD at NUI

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