# Blog Contents

**Welcome to our monthly blogs.**

**2021**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematicians: LONGFORD (Oct 2021)**

*[15 people]***The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: KILKENNY (Aug 2021)**

**[40 people]****The Scottish Irish Mathematical Trail (Jul 2021)**

*[129 people]*The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 25: TYRONE *(June 2021)** [49 people]*

The First Fifty-Five Females in Irish Maths* (May 2021)** [55 people]*

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 24: OFFALY [KINGS COUNTY] *(Apr 2021)*** [27 people]**

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 23: CLARE *(Feb 2021)*** [38 people]**

2020:

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 22: DUBLIN before 1800 *(Dec 2020)*** [55 people]**

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 21: LEITRIM *(Oct 2020)*** [9 people]**

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 20: MEATH *(Aug 2020)*** [10 people]**

Mail Boat Maths: Ireland/Wales* (Jul 2020)*** [58 people]**

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 19: LONDONDERRY* (Jun 2020)*** [86 people]**

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 18: LAOIS [Queens County] *(Apr 2020)*** [19 people]**

Irish Mathematical Medics *(Mar 2020)*** [44 people]**

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 17: CAVAN *(Feb 2020)*** [22 people]**

The Real First Irish Woman with a Doctorate in Maths? *(Jan 2020)*

**2019:**

The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 16: CORK before 1900 *(Dec 2019)*** [91 people]**

Mathematical Professorships at Trinity College Dublin *(Nov 2019)*** [62 people]**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 15: DOWN** *(Oct 2019)*** [63 people]**

**Dublin's Mathematical Marsh's*** (Sep 2019)*

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematicians 14: CARLOW ***(Aug 2019)*** [41 people]**

**The French Connection before 1900 ***(Jul 2019)*** [10 people]**

**Galway NUI Travelling Studentship Awards in Mathematical Sciences*** (May 2019)*** [37 people]**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 12: TIPPERARY*** (Apr 2019)*** [46 people]**

**The Oxford Association before 1900 ***(Mar 2019)*** [13 people]**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 11: MONAGHAN ***(Feb 2019)*** [19 people]**

**Illinois Irish Mathematics*** (Jan 2019)*** [29 people]**

**2018:**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematicians 10: GALWAY before 1900 **

*(Dec 2018)*

**[55 people]****The Irish Presence at the International Congress of Mathematicians after WWII** *(Nov 2018)*

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 9: KERRY ***(Oct 2018)*** [39 people]**

**The Irish Presence of the International Congress of Mathematicians before WWII** *(Sep 2018)*

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 8: WICKLOW*** (Aug 2018)*** [27 people]**

**Boston Irish Mathematics ***(Jul 2018)*** [33 people]**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 7: BELFAST before 1900 ***(Jun 2018)*** [72 people]**

**Standing on the Shoulders of Giants (1970-1979) ***(May 2018)*** [17 people]**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 6: MAYO ***(Apr 2018)*** [29 people]**

**The Cambridge Connection before 1900*** (Mar 2018)*** [68 people]**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematicians 5: WESTMEATH** *(Feb 2018)*** [18 people]**

**Sheila Power (later Tinney), Pioneering Irish Mathematical Physicist ***(Jan 2018)*

**2017:**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 4: LIMERICK ***(Dec 2017)*** [73 people]**

**Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: 1960-1969** *(Nov 2017)*** [26 people]**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 3: ARMAGH ***(Oct 2017)*** [26 people]**

**The Caltech Connection*** (Sep 2017)*** [27 people]**

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 2: WEXFORD ***(Aug 2017) [16 people]*

**The Library of Irish Mathematics** *(Jul 2017)*

**The Atlas of Irish Mathematics 1: DONEGAL ***(Jun 2017) [43 people]*

**From Yorkshire to Queensland: Vincent Hart, Early Irish Maths Doctorate ***(May 2017)*

**The Irish Presence in the Mathematics Genealogy Project*** (Apr 2017)*

**Actively Engaging Parents in Teaching Maths ***(Guest Blog Apr 2017)*

**Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: 1910-1959 ***(Mar 2017)** *

**The First Irish Woman with a Doctorate in Maths ***(Feb 2017)*

**Dublin's Most Worthy Library*** (Jan 2017)*

**2016:**

**Irish Mathematical Society at 40 ***(Dec 2016)*

**Des MacHale: The best friend George Boole ever had ***(Nov 2016)*

**Peter Lynch's That's Maths**

*(Oct 2016)*

**Edgar Harper: the mathematician who changed the course of Irish history? ***(Sep 2016)*

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