Annual General Meeting 2022

The annual general meeting of IASIL will take place at the 2022 conference at the University of Limerick on Friday 29 July at 14:00-15:30. All members of the association in good standing are cordially invited to the meeting. Below please find the agenda, and the minutes of last year’s AGM. http://www.iasil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/IASIL-AGM-Agenda-2022-FIN.pdf http://www.iasil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/IASIL-2021-AGM-minutes.pdf

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New Collection: Navigating Historical Crosscurrents in the Irish Atlantic: Essays for Catherine Shannon. Ed. Mary C. Kelly. CUP

This volume takes inspiration from Professor Catherine Shannon’s scholarship on Modern Irish and Irish American history and her advocacy for peace in Northern Ireland and features original research by distinguished scholars and social-justice activists on both sides of the Atlantic. The essays illuminate the historical relationship between Ireland and North America over past centuries. They offer new readings of the

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CFP – The Irish Proust

Call for Papers The Irish Proust Museum of Literature Ireland, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 28-29 October 2022 Keynote speakers: Nathalie Mauriac Dyer (CNRS-ENS) Barry McCrea (University of Notre Dame) To mark the centenary of the death of Marcel Proust, this two-day, in-person conference will be devoted to exploring Proust’s influence on Irish literature and Irish themes within his work. ‘The

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2021 IASIL Biblioraphy

The IASIL Bibliography, listing work on Irish literature and culture by IASIL members, appears annually in the online edition of the Irish University Review. The editor of the Bibliography is Dr Chris Cusack (Radboud University).  The 2021 Bibliography is now being compiled, and members are invited to submit bibliographic information of work published in 2021 to their local IASIL Bibliography Committee

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CFP: Le Fanu Video Symposium

150 Years of In a Glass Darkly: Le Fanu Video Symposium 2022 marks the 150th anniversary of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu’s In a Glass Darkly. This text is consistently used to introduce readers to Le Fanu as evidenced by its presence on undergraduate syllabi and its continual popular appeal through adaptation. As such, the work forms a first point of

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IASIL Elections 2022

A message from Returning Officer Rui Carvalho Homem regarding the results of the nominations for the IASIL Executive, 2022-25. Dear members, In my capacity as IASIL Returning Officer, I am pleased to confirm that the recent nomination process for the IASIL Executive is now complete. The list of duly nominated members for the period 2022-25 is as follows: Christina Morin

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IASIL 2022: FINAL Deadline Extension

The deadline for the submission of abstracts for the IASIL 2022 conference, “Intersectional Irelands”, has been extended one more time to 17 March 2022. Please note that this is the final deadline, and do not miss out on the fantastic programme that is being gradually announced. For further information and updates, please see the conference website, Twitter @IASIL_2022, Facebook at IASIL

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IASIL 2022 Executive Elections

Dear IASIL members, As this is an election year for the IASIL Executive, nominations are now open for the various positions.  All nominations must be received no later than 1 March and should go directly to our Returning Officer, Rui Carvalho Homem, as noted on the forms below. For your ease, there are two versions of the nomination form linked here,

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REMINDER: IASIL 2022 Postgraduate Scholarships

IASIL would like to remind its postgraduate members that the call for applications for a scholarship to attend the 2022 conference, “Intersectional Irelands”, at the University of Limerick, is open. Further details about the terms of the scholarship and the application process, as well as the relevant application and referee forms, are available from the conference secretary, Tracy McAvinue, at

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