The Treaty was signed in London on December 6, 1921 by a delegation mandated by Dáil Éireann and representatives of the British Government. The signing of the Treaty was the event that opened the way to the establishment of the Irish Free State.
The Irish government has a series of events https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/5e8e3-treaty-events/
"Ireland, empire and the early modern world" by Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, Trinity College Dublin.
Erasmus Smith's Professor of Modern History (1762)
Children’s author Regine Muradian gives a workshop on writing stories for all ages.
Prior to the Princess Grace Irish Library members visiting E1027, Michael Likierman, President of Cap Moderne Association, spoke to us from Eileen Gray’s villa E1027 in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin.
Dr Lennon, Associate Dean at Villanova University (Philadelphia) will speak about 'Creative Acts - the Dynamics of Artistic Ireland'
This is the first year for 'Journée du Matrimoine' (dedicated to 'Women and Patrimony') to mark the 26th year of celebrating the annual Journées Européennes du Patrimoine. The Princess Grace Irish Library is delighted to participate with an exciting programme.
In our first collaboration with La Médiathèque de Monaco, the Princess Grace Irish Library is delighted to welcome Dr Regine for the reading from her new children’s book « Franky and the Worry Bees ». Taking place at the Bibliothèque Princesse Caroline at 16h. Reservations necessary.
The Ireland Funds Monaco writer-in-residence gives a discourse on the value of literature and libraries and will also read a short story from her new collection, Moving about the Place. Followed by questions and answers.
Enjoy photos and video footage of the first ‘Bloomsday’ in Monaco!
Street performances by actors from the Monaco-Ireland Arts Society.
The audience enjoyed readings from Ulysses and music on the bodhrán as the group wandered through the streets of The Rock and in front of the palace.
The launch of Carol’s new book ‘An Act of Love’ is April 29th. It is about saving lives in the French Alps during the Second World War.
Enjoy the full-length recording of our event – click to listen
On March 17th Ireland celebrated its patron saint, Irish heritage and culture and the world had fun being Irish for a day.
We were delighted to host an event at the library with music and drama.
About her new film ‘A girl from Mogadishu’ (no attendees). A link will be provided.
Lecture by Helen Shenton, Librarian, Trinity College Dublin.
Lecture in English by Prof. Thomas Bartlett, historian, Ireland Fund Monaco academic-in-residence
Lecture and Book-Signing by Pierre Joannon
A talk by Dr Tony Mc Carthy Ireland Fund Monaco writer-in-residence at the Princess Grace Irish Library - March 2019
A lecture by Adrian Frazier - Professor Emeritus, National University of Ireland Galway
Friday 16 November 2018 at 19:30 - A lecture by Kevin Barry - Professor Emeritus at the School of Humanities, NUI Galway
Monday 22 October 2018 at 19:30 - Professor Thomas Bartlett - Emeritus Professor of History - University of Aberdeen
Friday 5 October 2018 at 19:30 - Ireland Fund Monaco Academic-in-Residence
This talk is part of the 2018 PeaceJam Monaco Conference
Ireland Fund Monaco Writer-in-Residence at the Princess Grace Irish Library (under the aegis of Fondation Princesse Grace)
In recent decades, national history has bifurcated, moving both down (micro-history) and up (Atlantic, global history).
A lecture in French, followed by Q&A in French and English
The talk is about three songs all discovered by John S. Doyle
Barry McCrea, Ireland Fund Monaco Writer-in-Residence at the Princess Grace Irish Library is a novelist and Keough Family Chair at the University of Notre Dame where he is a professor in the departments of English, Romance Languages, and Irish Language.
Professor Michael Kenneally is a specialist in modern and contemporary Irish literature, as well as nineteenth-century writing by Irish-Canadian immigrants.
Since 2007, Una has devised and co-ordinated a significant diary of events in celebration of two hundred years since the first publication of Moore’s Irish Melodies.
An illustrated talk by Andrew Biswell, Professor of Modern Literature, Manchester Metropolitan University, Director of the International Burgess Foundation
An Illustrated Talk by Polar Historian Michael Smith Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton is one of history’s great explorers, a tenacious and charismatic personality who became a dominant figure in Antarctic discovery.
A Talk by Her Excellency Mrs Geraldine Byrne Nason, Ambassador of Ireland to the Principality of Monaco, Honorary Trustee of the Princess Grace Irish Library
A Talk by Declan Kiberd, University of Notre Dame - Keough Professor of Irish Studies
IRELAND FUND OF MONACO WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE PRINCESS GRACE IRISH LIBRARY
An Illustrated Talk and Book-signing by Patrick J Murphy, Art Lover and Collector
Sister Concepta's Oratory - A Unique Celtic Renaissance Gem
A Talk by Professor Adrian Frazier
Concert performed by students from the Académie Rainier III – Musique & Théâtre