CfP: Virtual Symposium, Irish Women’s Writing Network, 4-5 September 2021

COLLABORATIONS & NETWORKS Virtual Symposium Irish Women’s Writing Network 4-5 September 2021 The period 1880-1940 was marked by the emergence of a diverse range of Irish women writers into both the public sphere and public consciousness. This development was not accidental but was instead fostered by a variety of networks and collaborations that connected Irish women to one another across

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New Book: The New Irish Studies, edited by Paige Reynolds (Cambridge University Press, 2020)

New Book: The New Irish Studies, edited by Paige Reynolds (Cambridge UP, 2020). The New Irish Studies demonstrates how diverse critical approaches enable a richer understanding of contemporary Irish writing and culture. The early decades of the twenty-first century in Ireland and Northern Ireland have seen an astonishing rate of change, one that reflects the common understanding of the contemporary

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CfP: “EXCITING NEWS! Event, Narration and Impact from Past to Present”; hosted by Irish Humanities Alliance and UCC. 15-16 March 2021. CfP deadline: 5pm, Friday 27 November 2020

Conference Theme The Irish Humanities Alliance (IHA), in collaboration with University College Cork, presents- “EXCITING NEWS! Event, Narration and Impact from Past to Present,” bringing together a broad range of current research in Ireland and abroad, regarding an issue of crucial importance for the understanding of past cultures and our own. The conference is organised in collaboration with the EURONEWS

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CfP Études Irlandaises; French Journal of Irish Studies Fall/Winter 2021 issue. Deadline: March 1st, 2021

CALL FOR PAPERS / Études Irlandaises French Journal of Irish Studies Fall/Winter 2021 issue DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: March 1st, 2021 The Editorial Board of Études Irlandaises is seeking submissions for the Fall/Winter 2021 issue of the journal Études Irlandaises is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal publishing articles in English, Irish and French which explore all aspects of Irish literature, history, society,

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Irish Cultural Centre, Hammersmith, presents a Digital Literary Festival

We are pleased to announce our upcoming Digital Literary Festival – a celebration of contemporary Irish writing.  The festival will showcase some of the stalwarts of Irish literature alongside recent bestselling authors and is a highlight of our autumn cultural programme. The ICC Digital Literary Festival will begin on Sunday  15th November and will run for five weeks. Festival transmission

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Pat Burke R.I.P.

Pat Burke R.I.P. It is with great sadness that we share the news that Pat Burke, cherished long-standing IASIL member died on 11 November after a heroically-borne advanced Parkinson’s disease. Pat’s passionate love for drama and theatre, his bright essays on Brian Friel and other playwrights, his tireless work as adjudicator of amateur performances all over Ireland, his success as

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New Special Issue of Journal Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Philologica. Free full download available

This is a special issue of the journal Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Philologica, based at the Hungarian University of Transylvania in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The theme of this special issue that I have guest edited is Irish Writing and Central/Eastern Europe. All of the 7 articles plus the introduction are free to download in PDF format from the following web-site page of

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New Book: Limits and Languages in Contemporary Irish Women’s Poetry by Daniela Theinová. Palgrave Macmillan

New Book: Limits and Languages in Contemporary Irish Women’s Poetry by Daniela Theinová Limits and Languages in Contemporary Irish Women’s Poetry examines the transactions between the two main languages of Irish literature, English and Irish, and their formative role in contemporary poetry by Irish women. Daniela Theinová explores the works of well-known poets such as Eavan Boland, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Nuala Ní

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New Collection: Cultural Convergence: The Dublin Gate Theatre, 1928-1960 Eds: Ondřej Pilný, Ruud van den Beuken and Ian R. Walsh Palgrave Macmillan

Cultural Convergence: The Dublin Gate Theatre, 1928-1960 Edited by Ondřej Pilný, Ruud van den Beuken and Ian R. Walsh Palgrave Macmillan, 2021 Based on extensive archival research, this open access book examines the poetics and politics of the Dublin Gate Theatre (est. 1928) over the first three decades of its existence, discussing some of its remarkable productions in the comparative contexts of avant-garde theatre,

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Online Webinar – Shaw Talk: G.B. Shaw and Legacy. ‘Shaw Day’, Monday, November 2, 2020, 16:00 – 17:00 IST/BST or 11 a.m. EST

Online Webinar – Shaw Talk: G.B. Shaw and Legacy Celebrating the launch of a special issue to mark 40 years of SHAW, the Journal of Bernard Shaw Studies and the upcoming publication of the SHAW 40.2 special issue on ‘Shaw and Legacy’ guest co-edited by Ruth Hegarty (RIA) and Barry Houlihan (NUI Galway) WHEN ‘Shaw Day’, Monday, November 2, 2020,

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