The Irish Manuscripts Commission

The Irish Manuscripts Commission is committed to promoting public awareness of primary source materials and their importance for the history, heritage and culture of Ireland. The Commission is recognised nationally and internationally as a publisher of primary sources for the histories and cultures of Ireland

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Last posting dates for Christmas

December 5, 2023

As per An Post’s schedule for Christmas post, the last date for posting online orders for delivery to Ireland and the UK is 18 December. The last date for posting to Europe is 15 December and for further afield (including the US) is 6 December. Based on previous experience books posted later than this simply get […]

IMC Student Prize awarded

November 30, 2023

Dr Elva Johnston (left) and student prize winner Nina Cnockaert-Guillou (right) The Irish Manuscripts Commission Student Prize, established in 2023, offers a prize of €1,000 for editing an unpublished primary source (manuscript, typescript or transcript) of Irish interest, dating from any period. It is open to postgraduate or doctoral students within 2 years of the […]

Launch of special issue of Analecta Hibernica

November 29, 2023

Analecta Hibernica No. 53 editors with the IMC Chair and Professor Thomas O’Connor who launched the special Decade of Centenaries issue.L-R: Dr Peter Crooks, Professor Thomas O’Connor, Dr Elva Johnston, Professor John McCafferty and Dr Timothy Murtagh IMC is delighted to report the launch of Analecta Hibernica No. 53: Special Issue – The fire of […]

Newly published

November 24, 2023

Analecta Hibernica No. 53 is published! This special issue of IMC’s serial publication marks the centenary of the destruction of the Public Record Office of Ireland in the Four Courts fire of 1922. Since IMC’s foundation in 1928, recovering from the disaster of 1922 has been central to its mission. This special issue — which […]