The talks take place at 1pm every Tuesday and Thursday in the Genealogy Room on the mezzanine level of the main building.
Tuesday 2 August: 'Territory, maps and genealogy', with Paul McCotter.
Thursday 4 August: 'Explorations in Irish genealogy', with Fiona Fitzsimons.
Tuesday 9 August: 'History of Deaf Culture in Ireland', with Liam Breen and Cormac Leonard (interpreter).
Thursday 11 August: 'The selkie’s skin: How Irish oral traditions preserve family and local history', with Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill.
Tuesday 16 August: 'Wilde’s women: how Oscar Wilde was shaped by the women he knew', with Eleanor Fitzsimons.
Thursday 18 August: 'The forgotten Irish: Revealing the voices of Irish 19th Century emigrants', with Damian Shiels.
Tuesday 23 August: 'Irish American Identity – how do we sustain the people-to-people links between Ireland and the United States?', with Kevin F. O’Malley, US Ambassador to Ireland.
Thursday 25 August: 'Seen? Heard? Records of children in 19th Century Ireland', with Aoife O’Connor.
Tuesday 30 August: 'The simple annals of my parish poor: Stories from the parish registers', with Clodagh Tait.