CfP: IASIL 2022: Intersectional Irelands; University of Limerick, 25-29 July, 2022, Uni of Limerick.

CFP IASIL22 Intersectional Irelands The annual conference of the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures (IASIL) takes place at the University of Limerick, Ireland in July 2022 (25th-29th). The conference theme is Intersectional Irelands Intersectional Irelands: Background Irish studies scholarship has recently begun to draw on critical race and anti-colonial theory, migration and diaspora studies, disability studies, feminist

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Tenure-Track Position in Irish Literature, Concordia University, Montreal. Deadline: November 15, 2021

Tenure-Track Position in Irish Literature Job title: Assistant Professor, Irish Literature Position code: 21_IRISH_M Date posted: October 15, 2021 Application deadline: November 15, 2021 Advertised until: Position is filled Position description The School of Irish Studies invites applications for a tenure-track position in Irish literature at the Assistant Professor level, with a focus on modern and contemporary Irish writing, but

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New Book: Churches in the Irish Landscape AD 400-1100 by Tomás Ó Carragáin. Cork University Press

Between the fifth century and the ninth, several thousand churches were founded in Ireland, a higher density than most other regions of Europe. This period saw fundamental changes in settlement patterns, agriculture, social organisation, rituals and beliefs, and churches are an important part of that story. The premise of this book is that landscape archaeology is one of the most

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Symposium & Exhibition Launch: “Ragged, livid & on fire: The Wanderings of Melmoth at 200”; Marsh’s Library, Dublin, 29 October, 2021.

On 29th October 2021, Marsh’s Library and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin will host an exciting celebration of the 200th anniversary of the publication of Charles Robert Maturin’s Melmoth the Wanderer: ‘Ragged, livid & on fire: The Wanderings of Melmoth at 200’. Festivities will include an academic symposium; a public reading of excerpts of Melmoth the Wanderer; and the launch of the ‘Ragged,

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New Book: Yeats Now: Echoing into Life by Joseph M. Hassett. Lilliput Press

W.B. Yeats believed that a poet’s life should be an experiment in living. His poems fashion into memorable words the sometimes puzzling emotions that hover over important life events. Yeats’s remarkable work can clarify our own thinking about similar situations. Joseph M. Hassett’s Yeats Now: Echoing into Life extracts and distills the rich harvest of Yeats’s experiment. As Yeats’s biographer

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«Ireland in the Concert of Nations, 1922-2022» 2022 SOFEIR Congress 18-19 march 2022, University of Orleans, FRANCE – Research Unit REMELICE EA 4709

‘Ireland in the Concert of Nations, 1922-2022’ ‘To the Nations of the World! Greeting.’ These are the words to be found at the beginning of the message opening the First Dáil on 21st January 1919, asking the free nations of the world to recognise Ireland’s independence and its status as a full-fledged Republic. This appeal urged the victors of the

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CfP: The Irish Civil War National Conference: University College Cork, 15-18 June 2022

On 15-18 June 2022, University College Cork (UCC) will host the Irish Civil War National Conference, to mark the centenary of the opening of hostilities at the Four Courts in Dublin. Working with the Department of Culture, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht, this conference will align with the core principles of the Irish government’s Expert Advisory Group on Commemorations by encouraging,

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New book: Midnight Again: The Wartime Letters of Helen Ramsey Turtle ed John Wilson Foster.

Midnight Again: The Wartime Letters of Helen Ramsey Turtle. Edited by John Wilson Foster. Mahee Island Press. ISBN: 978-12-5272-9411-0 (Ramsey Turtle was an American woman living in Belfast and on Mahee Island, Co. Down between 1933 and 1946 when she returned to the USA to die prematurely at the age of 35. The book is an edited and annotated selection

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Museum of Childhood Ireland Seminar: Writing Irish Institutions: Jacinta Daly, Melatu Uche Okorie, and Emilie Pine – Thursday, 09 September 2021, 6pm Irish Standard Time

This seminar explores how life in Mother and Baby Homes, Industrial Schools, and Direct Provision has been documented by artists and by the State The panellists willadopt a wide-angle approach to non-criminal institutional incarceration in modern and contemporary Ireland. Focusing on Mother and Baby Homes, Industrial Schools, and Direct Provision Centres, the event will consider topics such as: How do

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Job Alert: Lecturer in Modern American History, University of Exeter (fixed term contract till Aug 2022)

Lecturer in Modern American History (Education and Scholarship) Job description College of Humanities History This full time role is available immediately on a fixed term contract until August 2022. The role The role of Lecturer in Modern American History (Education and Scholarship) in the Department of History will include supporting the student learning experience using a range of approaches and

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