The Letters of 1916 project was launched on 27 September 2013 at the Discover Research Dublin event and we’ve marked the project’s birthday ever since with an infographic to demonstrate how much the project has grown since 2013. (look back at Continue reading Happy 3rd Birthday to the Letters of 1916 project
Letters of 1916 project was launched on 27 September 2013 at the Discover Research Dublin event. If you missed it, click here to read more about that exciting event and see the video and photographs from the launch. In September 2014 we Continue reading Letters of 1916 project is 2 years old!
On 27 September 2014 Letters of 1916 celebrated its first birthday. Since its launch the project has grown rapidly. Our 1,000th letter went public in July 2014 and there are currently almost 1,500 letters available to transcribe in the transcription Continue reading Letters of 1916 celebrates its first birthday!
The Letters of 1916 project team is delighted to announce that we have just added our 1000th letter to the collection! To mark the addition of the 1000th letter, Dr. Brian Hughes has written this feature on the letter writer, Continue reading Letters of 1916 has just added the 1000th letter to the collection
The Letters of 1916 was launched on 8 May 2014 at the National University of Ireland Maynooth (NUIM) to mark the move from Trinity College Dublin to its next phase at An Foras Feasa, The Institute for Research in Irish Historical and Cultural Traditions. Continue reading Kildare Launch of Letters of 1916
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a grant from The European Association for the Digital Humanities (EADH). The EADH is an organisation which represents and actively supports Digital Humanities projects such as Letters of 1916. With Continue reading Letters 1916 Project awarded a grant from The European Association for the Digital Humanities (EADH)
The Letters of 1916 Project was launched on 27 September 2013. We are overwhelmed by the amount of publicity and positive feedback the project have received to date, especially on Twitter! Thank you All for your support and spreading the Continue reading Letters 1916 Project’s first 2 months on Twitter
The Letters of 1916 project was launched on Friday September 27th, 2013 at 6pm at Discover Research Night, when researchers at Trinity College Dublin and the Royal Irish Academy invited the public to come and experience research in action. Members of Continue reading Launch of the Letters 1916
Letters of 1916 Press Release, 27 September 2013 Click here to read the Press Release Click here to download the Press Release (PDF, 731KB)