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Short Description: Days Long Gone
Date: 19.01.2017
 
Douglas Hyde Title Irish Protestant Folk Memory questionnaire
Short Description: -
Date: 19.07.2016
 
Dublin City Hall
Lunch-time Lectures Spring 2015 Title Dublin City Hall lunch-time lectures, spring 2015
Short Description: Dublin City and Irish Folklore
Date: 07.04.2015
 
Title Launch of e-publication A Handbook of Irish Folklore
Short Description: -
Date: 11.11.2014
 
The Folklore of Ireland Council, Annual report 2014 Title The Folklore of Ireland Council, annual report 2014
Short Description: -
Date: 30.07.2014
 
Title Féile na Samhna 2013
Short Description: Féile na Samhna
Date: 31.10.2013
 
CBE_2013tuarascail184w Title The Folklore of Ireland Council Annual Report 2012-2013
Short Description: Folklore Council Annual Report 2012-2013
Date: 30.07.2013
 
Otherworld launch Title THE OTHERWORLD
Short Description: The Otherworld
Date: 22.11.2012
 
'Captured by Song', Images by Tom Munnelly in the National Folklore Collection (1971 – 2007) Title 'Captured by Song'
Short Description: 'Captured by Song'
Date: 29.06.2012
 
Launch of bealbeo.ie Title Launch of the Béal Beo website
Short Description: -
Date: 21.06.2012

A new website of early sound recordings from the National Folklore Collection

http://www.bealbeo.ie/

National Folklore Collection at University College Dublin

Welcome

Welcome to the National Folklore Collection at University College Dublin, home to one of the largest collections of oral and ethnological material in the world. Visitors are invited to explore the large selection of books, manuscripts, audio recordings, videos and photographs, drawings and paintings dealing with Irish life, folk history and culture.

The specialist library contains books, periodicals and off-prints on Irish and comparative folklore, ethnology and related fields. A range of finding aids will assist researchers in locating information about a particular subject, or material contributed by any of the many thousands of storytellers, collectors and correspondents over the years.

New material continues to be added to the Collection, including photographs, audio and video material, books and documents.

Courses in Irish Folklore

Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Irish folklore are offered by the School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics.

For details of these programmes, go to http://www.ucd.ie/icsifl.

 

Temporary closure of National Folklore Collection

 Due to essential construction work, the National Folklore Collection will be closed to the public from 6 June to 16 June 2017. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. You can contact us by email at bealoideas@ucd.ie or by phone at (01) 716 8216.

Children in School Yard
National Folklore Collection