Volume 1, Number 1 of Irish Studies South–Call for Papers

An on-line publication of the American Conference for Irish Studies Southern Region, Irish Studies South invites contributions to its inaugural issue celebrating the life and work of Seamus Heaney.  With the understanding that we grieve the loss of Seamus Heaney and send our condolences to the Heaney family, the inaugural  issue of Irish Studies South seeks submissions that chronicle personal

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‘Ireland, Wales, and the First World War: History, Myth, and Cultural Memory’:

an interdisciplinary conference, hosted by the Wales-Ireland Research Network, to take place at Cardiff University on September 10-12, 2014. Confirmed plenary speakers include Sir Deian Hopkin, Dr Paul O’Leary, and Dr Mary Ann Constantine. For further details and the Call for Papers, please go to: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/newsandevents/events/conferences/irelandwalesandwarcfpfinal.pdf

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The Irish Society for the Study of Irish Literature–Call for Papers

Biennial Conference  Theme: Be Merry and Wise: Children’s Literature from Chapbooks to the Digital Age. Date: Friday 28th and Saturday 29th March 2014. Venue: An Foras Feasa, NUI Maynooth.  Call for Papers  Children’s literature has always existed on a continuum between entertainment and instruction. Proposals are invited on the overall theme and associated topics in the context of both Irish

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New publications in Reimagining Ireland series

NEW BOOK FROM PETER LANG New Voices, Inherited Lines: Literary and Cultural Representations of the Irish Family Edited by Yvonne O’Keeffe and Claudia Reese Oxford: Peter Lang 230 pp. | ISBN 978-3-0343-0799-4 | £40.00 Irish writers have always been fascinated by the family, sometimes depicting it as a traditional space under threat from external influences, sometimes highlighting the dangers lurking

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IASIL 2014, Université Charles de Gaulle-Lille 3, 14-18 July 2014

“Embodying /disembodying Ireland” 2014 marks the centenary of the beginning of WW1 during which many young Irish men fought and lost their lives on the battlefields of northern France. It is in this context that  the Université Charles de Gaulle – Lille 3 will host the 2014 IASIL conference 36 years after the late Professor Patrick Rafroidi hosted the first

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UCD Press launch event: The Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland (EMIR)

The Editorial Board of EMIR in association with University College Dublin Press requests the pleasure of your company at a reception, during which  Michael D. Higgins Uachtarán na hÉireann  will launch The Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland General editors Harry White and Barra Boydell   in The Grand Lodge Room, Freemasons’ Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin 2 on Friday 4th October

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Irish Women, Religion and the Diaspora: A Symposium

Venue: Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool Saturday 18th January 2014 This Symposium organised by WOIRN seeks to understand not only the shifting role that religion has played in the lives of Irish women but the role that Irish women themselves have undertaken in religious institutions and organisations and how this role has changed over time. Although the idea of diaspora

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Invitation to the Launch of ‘Mary Lavin’ and ‘Irish Women’s Fiction’

Irish Academic Press invite you to an event to celebrate the official launch of two new literature publications MARY LAVIN By Elke D’hoker  IRISH WOMEN’S FICTION From Edgeworth to Enright By Heather Ingman Guest Speakers Margaret Kelleher & Anne Fogarty Wednesday, 9th October 6.30pm – 8.30pm Boston College 42 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2  Refreshments will be served ~ All

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5th Annual Irish in Britain Seminar Series

24 Oct – 21 Nov 2013 Irish migration to Britain has increased significantly in recent years. The way in which previous generations of Irish migrants responded to the challenges presented by building lives in this country can offer revealing insights and perspectives on current day preoccupations. This year’s seminar series examines this process from a variety of historical perspectives with

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