Modernist Studies Ireland: Works in Progress Seminar: “Non-Canonical Modernism(s)”. Monday, October 21st, 4pm. Maynooth University.

Modernist Studies Ireland are delighted to announce their Works in Progress Seminar on Monday, October 21st at 4pm. The event will take place in the Arts and Humanities Institute Seminar Room (Iontas Building, 1.33). This will be the first Modernist Studies Ireland event to be hosted outside of NUI Galway, where all of the organisation’s founding members are based. The

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Irish Humanities Alliance ‘By Imagination We Live’: A Strategy for the Humanities, 2020-2030′ launched by Professor Dame Marina Warner, 6.15pm, 6 November, Royal Irish Academy.

The Irish Humanities Alliance (IHA) is pleased to announce the Launch of ‘By Imagination We Live’: A Strategy for the Humanities, 2020-2030by Professor Dame Marina Warner, writer, literary critic and Professor of English and Creative Writing at Birkbeck College. The lunch will take place at 6.15pm, on Wednesday 6 November 2019, in the Royal Irish Academy. The IHA was formed in 2013 to address the

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NUIG Symposium and Book Launch: Performance, the Archive and Digital Memory

Here are details of a forthcoming symposium and book launch taking place at NUI Galway, on Thursday 24th October. The Symposium is entitled “Performance and the Archive: Presence, Absence, and Digital Memory.” There will also be a book launch of a new volume of essays: “Navigating Ireland’s Theatre Archive: Theory, Practice, Performance, to be launched by Historian Catriona Crowe. The link

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Launch of New Publication on Richard Murphy

Making Integral: Critical Essays on Richard Murphy Benjamin Keatinge Cork University Press Richard Murphy’s poetry is central to the evolution of Irish poetry since 1950. These original essays offer new insights into Murphy’s poetic preoccupations – love and loss, nature and solitude, history and inheritance – showing how Richard Murphy’s life and work follow the contours of modern Ireland. With

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Introducing Project ERIN: Thomas Moore in Europe

ERIN documents two of Thomas Moore’s song series – the Irish Melodies (1808-1834) and National Airs (1818-1827) – as well as music inspired by his ‘oriental romance’ Lalla Rookh (1817). ERIN enables the user to track the production and dissemination of these works in Europe, from their respective dates of creation through to 1880. Any contributors to this process (composers, arrangers, editors, illustrators, engravers, publishers, etc.)

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Call for Papers: Planet Ocean – Interdisciplinary Workshop

Planet Ocean One-day Interdisciplinary Workshop 21st September 2019 All Hallows, DCU A consortium of researchers from Dublin City University (DCU) and the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) invites contributions for a one-day interdisciplinary workshop on the theme ‘Planet Ocean’, funded by the Irish Research Council. The workshop aims to bring together academics and non-academics from Ireland and abroad who

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Conference: C18th Manuscript Culture in the Wider Gaelic World

Eighteenth-century Manuscript Culture in the Wider Gaelic World: The Manuscripts of Rev James McLagan (1728-1805) in Context   Join us for a conference on eighteenth-century manuscript culture in the wider Gaelic World with a focus on fiannaigheacht lays and ‘Ossian’, scholarly networks, oral tradition, historical & political contexts for manuscript creation & collection.   When: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 –

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Islands of the Mind Festival, Corfu: 23-28 June 2019

We are now taking final bookings for the ISLANDS OF THE MIND literary and scientific festival, in Corfu, Greece, 23-28 June. Full details of the festival, including keynote speakers and festival programme available here: ISLANDSprogramme13.2.19 To secure one of the remaining places at the festival, please send an email to: durrelllibrarycorfu@gmail.com. ——————————————————————- The Durrell School/Library has always attracted the enquiring

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Symposium: Musical Theatre in Ireland, 3,200 BCE to 1922

“Musical Theatre in Ireland, 3,200BCE to 1922: History, Theory, and Performance” Booking and schedule now available online. Free, but booking essential. Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/symposium-musical-theatre-in-ireland-tickets-55962409072  symposium- MT in Ireland- 8 March 19- BOOKING INFO SCHEDULE- Associated Event: ‘Irish Musical Instruments from Prehistory to the Middle Ages’ Lecture-presentation, including the chance to play accurate replicas. Sat 9th March 2019, ACD Dublin, 9:30-12:00 (150

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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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