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The Library of Trinity College Dublin’s  Virtual Trinity Library programme, has been awarded funding to complete a second phase project on the papers of Michael Davitt. This project is to conserve, comprehensively catalogue and digitise a prioritised selection of material which is of international research significance. Material digitised in the project will be made accessible in the Library’s Digital Collections repository – allowing us to share our collections with communities around the world, to catalyse research and allow educational dissemination on a global scale, whilst ensuring the preservation of our collections for generations to come.

The project team will consist of the following positions, which are now advertised:

  1. Project Archivist – full-time two years
  2. Project Conservator – full-time one year
  3. Project Photographer – full-time two years

Vacancy details and job specifications are on the TCD jobs website at:

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The Library of Trinity College Dublin

The Library of Trinity College Dublin is the oldest and the largest library in Ireland. The Library supports the learning and research needs across all disciplines of Trinity College Dublin, including arts, humanities and social sciences; science, technology, engineering and mathematics; and health sciences. It is a major research library of international repute and provides services to the College community and a wide range of external users and institutions.

It comprises six contemporary libraries as well as the 18th century Old Library which hosts regular exhibitions of its manuscripts and other treasures. The Library was endowed with Legal Deposit privilege in 1801 and continues to receive copies of material published in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Today it has over seven million printed volumes with extensive collections of journals, manuscripts, maps and music reflecting over 400 years of academic development. It also includes extensive digital images of the Library collections as well as e-books, e-journals, Open Access items and audio visual items.  For further details see the Library website.