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Latest IASIL News, 18 May 2012

 

 

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THE IASIL WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY BEING REDESIGNED!
THROUGH DECEMBER, UPDATES TO THE SITE WILL BE LIMITED UNTIL WE UNVEIL OUR NEW SITE!

 

IASIL 2013:
"Urban Cultures"

  Queen's University Belfast, Northen Ireland
22 - 26 July 2013

MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW

 

 

2012 Membership Forms and Information available online now

Postgraduate Scholarships

 

 

~~CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHS~~
If you were in attendance at last year's annual conference in Leuven
and have any interesting pictures of proceedings, social events, or just members having fun,
please send them on to Chris Berchild, IASIL Webmaster, for a new photos page.

 

New Irish Studies Conferences details of conferences for 2011-12 are now online in the IASIL newsletter - incl. James Joyce, Irish drama, J.B. Yeats, and many more...

New Publications - New publications by IASIL members on Irish Drama, the Irish short story, The Quiet Man, Seamus Heaney, and more.

Irish Summer Schools - Summer Programmes for various exciting Irish experiences.

Publishing Opportunites - New approaches to Irish migration and more.

Jobs and Fellowships - Visiting Professor in Vienna, post-doctoral fellowships at UCD.

Contributing Material to the IASIL website. If any member has information that they would like to submit to the IASIL website, please contact the IASIL webmaster at his new address: iasilwebmaster@gmail.com. Members may also send material to the listserv by emailing the Secretary [Duncan@cord.edu].

 

 

 

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IASIL was formed in 1970 with the chartered aims of:

 

 

Promoting the teaching and study of Irish literature in third-level education throughout the world

Facilitating international contact between scholars researching in the field of Irish Literary Studies.

Serving as a vehicle for bringing Irish writing to a wider audience throughout the world

In recognition of developments in Irish Studies, the Association's Members voted in 1998 to rename the organisation from The International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature (IASAIL) to IASIL - the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures.

 

 

 

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