Books of Survey and Distribution in the Virtual Record Treasury

June 29, 2022

The launch of the Virtual Record Treasury of Ireland on 27 June 2022 has captured the imagination of many. The rich variety of searchable records available through the Treasury is truly amazing but within the 150,000 database records are gold seams of data waiting to be discovered. Gold seams are full-scale reconstructions of entire series […]

Minister Catherine Martin, TD on sources for women’s history in the Virtual Record Treasury

June 27, 2022

In her speech at the launch of the Virtual Record Treasury of Ireland┬áCatherine Martin, TD, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media expressed her sincere appreciation of the work of the Beyond 2022 team in realising their vision for recreating a virtual archive filled with digital replacements for some of the archival records […]

Launch of the Virtual Record Treasury of Ireland

June 27, 2022

On Monday 27 June 2022 the Virtual Record Treasury of Ireland was launched by An Taoiseach Micha├ęl Martin at an event in Dublin Castle. The launch of the Virtual Treasury is the culmination of five years of a state-funded research programme entitled Beyond 2022. The aim of the project was to re-create through virtual reality […]

Back in stock: Campaign Journals of the Elizabethan Irish wars

June 21, 2022

Due to phenomenal demand, a second print run has been issued of the┬ápaperback reprint of Campaign journals of the Elizabethan Irish wars, edited by David Edwards. This edition gathers together 19 journals of┬ámilitary campaigns in Ireland during the reign of Elizabeth I. They record military operations┬áby crown forces in all four provinces, on land and […]

Temporarily out of stock: Campaign Journals of the Elizabethan Irish wars

June 7, 2022

The recently released paperback edition of David Edward’s ‘Campaign journals of the Elizabethan Irish wars’ is now sold out. We are reprinting this title and it will be made available again on our online shop as soon as possible.

Eoin MacNeill Lecture 2022

June 1, 2022

On 27 May 2022 Professor Ludmilla Jordanova, Emeritus Professor of History and Visual Culture and Emeritus Director of the Centre for Visual Arts and Culture, Durham University delivered the fourth Eoin MacNeill Lecture. Established in 2011, these lectures provide an opportunity for distinguished scholars from outside Ireland to discuss the importance of archives and primary […]

An Post postal rates increase

March 1, 2022

In line with the recent price increases by An Post, new shipping rates will come into effect on our online shop from today, 1 March 2022. Most rates within Ireland are unchanged. There are slight increases to international shipping, with the exception of deliveries to France, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium and The Netherlands which have been […]

The Irish religious censuses of the 1760s

March 1, 2022

IMC is delighted to announce the publication of ‘The Irish religious censuses of the 1760s: Catholics and Protestants in eighteenth-century Ireland’ by Brian Gurrin, Kerby A Miller and Liam Kennedy. This publication presents parish-level returns from the two national religious surveys conducted in Ireland during the 1760s ÔÇö by the hearth-money collectors (1764ÔÇô5) and the […]