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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IASIL 2019: Call for Papers

IASIL 2019 ITHIR NA CRITICE Comhdháil an Chumainn Idirnáisiúnta le Staidéar ar Litríochtaí na hÉireann, 2019 22–26 Iúil 2019 | Coláiste na Tríonóide, Baile Átha Cliath THE CRITICAL GROUND The 2019 Conference of the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures 22–26 July 2019 | Trinity College Dublin   2019 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of IASIL

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CALL FOR PAPERS: The idea of a nation and narratives of independence

DEADLINE 25 September 2018 The idea of a nation and narratives of independence Evolution in the meanings of nationalism, statehood, national identity, freedom and autonomy 100 hundred years after the conclusion of the Great War (Czechia, Poland and Ireland) Univerzita Hradec Králové, Czech Republic, October 25th-27th 2018   Nationalism today seems to be more pronounced than in the last 50

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Call for Papers: 13th Conference of the Association of Franco-Irish Studies

Call for Papers 13th AFIS Conference Université de Lille (24-25 May, 2019) Theme: Margins and Marginalities in France and/or Ireland French and Irish societies have been characterised in recent times by major upheavals wrought by the threat of terrorism, the collapse of economic and social structures, mass migration, the diminished role of organised religion, the ghettoization of minorities, increased homelessness

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Call for Papers: Studi irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies

Studi irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies, issue n°9, 2019   http://www.fupress.net/index.php/bsfm-sijis   Whose homelands?   Facts, fictions and questions of the Irish diaspora   Guest editor, Loredana Salis (Università di Sassari)   With over 70 million living outside the island of Ireland, the Irish are today one of the largest diaspora communities in the world. Their influence on contemporary

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CFP Reminder: Irish Women’s Writing at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

Call for Papers – REMINDER: July 31st deadline for 500-word abstracts Irish Women’s Writing at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: Alternative Histories, New Narratives Co-editors: Kathryn Laing and Sinéad Mooney This will be one of the first publications to inaugurate a new major Irish Studies Series: EER Publishers Studies in Irish Literature, Cinema and Culture General Editor: Pilar Villar

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CFP: Leuven Centre for Irish Studies Conference on Migration

Moving On: Exploring the Multi-faceted Character of Migration LCIS Conference on Migration Leuven Centre for Irish Studies, KU Leuven, October 26, 2018     Europe’s Refugee Crisis of 2015 has brought migration issues to the center of attention of policymakers, (social) media, academic research. Even so, migration has been shaping human history incessantly. A distinguishing trait of migration is the

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Call for Papers: Innovation and Experiment in Contemporary Irish Fiction

Thursday 29 November – Saturday 1 December 2018 Leuven Centre for Irish Studies, KU Leuven, Belgium   ****new deadline for proposals: 6 July 2018****   Confirmed plenary speakers: John Banville, Sarah Baume, Claire Bracken and Anne Fogarty.   Since the turn of the twentieth century, Irish fiction has seen innovation and experimentation on many different fronts. Many novelists have pushed

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Call for Papers: Irish Women’s Writing at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: Alternative Histories, New Narratives

Irish Women’s Writing at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: Alternative Histories, New Narratives  Co-editors: Kathryn Laing and Sinéad Mooney   This will be one of the first publications to inaugurate a new major Irish Studies Series: EER Publishers Studies in Irish Literature, Cinema and Culture General Editor: Pilar Villar Argáiz   The aim of this essay collection is to capitalise on

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