GREAT FAMINE VOICES 2022 presents Great Famine Voices New York State

Great Famine Voices New York State shares the stories of Irish-American New Yorkers and the descendants of Famine Emigrants from the Irish American Heritage Museum in Albany, the Irish Cultural Center of the Mohawk Valley in Utica, the Erie Canal Museum, Le Moyne College in Syracuse, and the Buffalo Irish Center. Featured guests recall how their ancestors left Ireland during

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Queer Urban Nights: An EROSS Conference at DCU (All Hallows Campus, May 27/28)

*Veuillez trouver le programme scientifique et culturel d’une conférence qu’EROSS organise avec FRINGE, Queer Urban Nights. La conference et le reste de cet email sont en anglais.* The full research and cultural programme of our EROSS/FRINGE (Universidad de Alcala, Spain)  conference Queer Urban Nights is available online.  Just a reminder that this is an in-person event with one online panel.  Date: 27/28 may 2022

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Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society: Annual Conference University College Cork 17-18 June 2022

Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society/An Cumann Éire San Ochtú Céad Déag 2022 Annual Conference University College Cork 17-18 June 2022 Plenary Speakers Dr Neil Buttimer (Emeritus, Department of Modern Irish, University College, Cork (UCC)) Dr Gillian O’Brien (Reader in Modern Irish History, Liverpool John Moores University) Prof David O’Shaughnessy (School of English and Creative Arts, NUI Galway) Call for Papers The 2022

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PUBLIC EROSS WEBINAR: Violence, Gender, Masculinities and Abuse: Research Reflections – Weds, 2nd February

Violence, Gender, Masculinities and Abuse: Research Reflections Aisling Callan, Dublin City University Dr Melissa Corbally, Trinity College Dublin Aisling Callan is a PhD candidate at Dublin City University. Her interest in LGBTQ issues motivates her to facilitate the unfolding of stories of intimate partner violence as told by gay and bisexual men. She is currently the lead on a qualitative narrative

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IV International Seminar in Irish Theatre ­and Performance: Centre of Irish Studies Banna/Bond (EFACIS) at the University of La Rioja; Friday, December 17, from 09:30 to 11:00 (Central European Time (8.30-10am Irish Time)

It is a pleasure to announce the celebration of the “IV International Seminar in Irish Theatre ­and Performance,” organised by our dear friend and colleague, professor Melania Terrazas Gallego, as part of the activities held by the Centre of Irish Studies Banna/Bond (EFACIS) at the University of La Rioja, in collaboration with the Universities of Burgos, Deusto and Zaragoza.  The programme, that I have

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Online Book Launch and Panel Discussion: Masculinities and Manhood in Contemporary Irish Drama: Acting the Man by Cormac O’Brien. Nov 14th, 1-2,30pm CET; 7-8.30pm Irish Time.

Hosted by Celtic Junction Irish Arts Centre, St Paul, MN, the online launch of Cormac O’Brien’s book, Masculinites and Manhood in Contemporary Irish Drama: Acting the Man (Palgrave Macmillan) will be held virtually and will take the form of a panel discussion on political economy and gendered performance in a colonized social context that had a national theatre even before

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Ireland’s first working-class studies conference: 8th-12th November, 2021. 1st 3 days on Zoom, 11th & 12th in-person at Liberty Hall, Dublin.

We are excited to announce the schedule for Ireland’s first working-class studies conference! The conference will now take place 8th-12th November, 2021. Over 5 days there will be 30 panels, 2 Keynote Speakers and 2 live Performance evenings. First 3 days take place online via ZOOM. The final 2 days 11th & 12th are in-person at Liberty Hall Keynote Speakers:

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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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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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Invitation: Global Futures of Irish Studies (26 May)

The Global Futures of Irish Studies‘ The Global Futures of Irish Studies’ is a series of online roundtables designed to provide a platform for discussion of the global challenges, yet unique national/local contexts, facing diverse Irish Studies communities. Each roundtable will be convened in association with an Irish Studies network from a different geographical region, with the view to creating,

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