Conference on J. M. Synge in Ankara, Turkey

“One Day, J.M. Synge…” Conference in Ankara, Turkey Friday 23 November 2018 On Friday 23 November, “One Day, J.M. Synge…” conference will take place in Ankara, Turkey, at the Hacettepe University. The symposium is organized by the Hacettepe University Department of English Language and Literature and by the Embassy of Ireland in Turkey. The event is at its 8th edition

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Women Writing Ireland: Celebration of the 250th Anniversary of Maria Edgeworth

Women writing Ireland A panel discussion with Marina Carr, Claire Kilroy, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne Women writing Ireland is a panel discussion with four Irish women writers to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Maria Edgeworth.   This event will open with a talk on Edgeworth’s significance by Claire Connolly MRIA, School of English, UCC; a cultural historian

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Irish Humanities Alliance Conference 22-23 November

Bodies of Date: Intersecting Medical and Digital Humanities Royal Irish Academy and UCD Humanities Institute 22-23 November 2018 Keynote Lecture:  “Epidemics and Emotions: An Exploration in Digital Humanities” (Prof. Samuel K Cohn, University of Glasgow) Samuel Cohn, Jr. is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Glasgow, an Honorary Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities (University of

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New Publication: The Growth and Development of Sport in Co. Tipperary

Pat Bracken The Growth and Development of Sport in County Tipperary from 1840 to 1880 The growth and development of sport in County Tipperary from 1840 to 1880 was promoted and supported by the landed elite and military officer classes. In the instances of cricket, rugby football and association football, the military were the principle agency through which these sports

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Call for Papers: Ireland in Europe. The 5th International Postgraduate Conference in Irish Studies, Prague

  Ireland in Europe The 5th International Postgraduate Conference in Irish Studies, Prague 13–14 September 2019     Centre for Irish Studies, Charles University Website: http://ualk.ff.cuni.cz/centre-for-irish-studies Contact e-mail: praguepostgraduate@gmail.com     CALL FOR PAPERS Paper proposals representing postgraduate projects in the area of Irish Studies are invited for an international conference that follows the success of “The Politics of Irish Writing”

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Call for Papers: Performativity and Creativity in Modern Cultures

Performativity and Creativity in Modern Cultures An Interdisciplinary Conference 22–24 November 2019, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague   Performativity and creativity have often been used vaguely in a number of discourses in cultural studies, economics, political ideologies or advertising. The purpose of this conference is to explore the force of these concepts in pragmatic approaches to cultures and closely

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IASIL PhD Forum: Call for Applications

IASIL PhD Forum 2019 Trinity College Dublin Monday 22 July, 9:00-14:00   Tutors will include Lucy Collins (UCD), Eugene McNulty (DCU), Michał Lachman (University of Łódź), and Ondřej Pilný (Forum convenor, Charles University, Prague).   Call for Applications Applications are invited for the annual IASIL PhD Forum, at which postgraduate students have the opportunity to present their work-in-progress and receive

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Estudios Irlandeses Special Issue: Gender Issues in Contemporary Irish Literature

Web: https://www.estudiosirlandeses.org/portfolio-items/issue-13-2/ Gender Issues in Contemporary Irish Literature aims to complement the publication of previous rigorously multidisciplinary investigations of Irish studies from gender and other theoretical perspectives since the late 1990s. The book consists of 11 articles that approach the representation of gender issues by various fe/male authors from the Republic of Ireland from a wide variety of perspectives, namely,

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New Publication: Irish Expatriatism, Language and Literature

Irish Expatriatism, Language and Literature: The Problem of English Michael O’Sullivan Palgrave ISBN 978-3-319-95900-9 This book examines how Irishness as national narrative is consistently understood ‘from a distance’. Irish Presidents, critics, and media initiatives focus on how Irishness is a global resource chiefly informed by the experiences of an Irish diaspora predominantly working in English, while also reminding Irish people

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Call for Papers: Canadian Association for Irish Studies Conference 2019

Please find at the links below the call for papers for the Canadian Association for Irish Studies’ 2019 conference, “Irish Bodies and Irish Worlds.” Proposals are welcome in English, French or Irish until November 25, 2018.  Please submit your proposal by emailing us at this address (cais2019.concordia@gmail.com).  We would appreciate your sharing of this CFP within your community. CFP Final_English CFP

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