WEBINAR: ISTR – Publishing in a Journal – Q and A with Prof. Helena Grehan

Date: 8 November Time: 1-2pm Online via Zoom Registration and info: CLICK HERE Join Helena Grehan (Murdoch University) Deputy Editor of the international journal Performance Studies, in a Q and A with Dr. Shonagh Hill (Queen’s University Belfast), discussing tips and experiences of publishing research in an academic journal, preparing your work for submission, the review process through to publication.  Dr. Helena Grehan

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NOTICE: Professor Maurice Harmon

The IASIL executive committee would like to extend its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Professor Maurice Harmon. A founding member of IASIL, or IASAIL as it was then called, Professor Harmon was a familiar figure at IASIL/IASAIL conferences and a firm supporter of the society’s activities. He served as chairperson from 1979-82 and organised the 1982 annual

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CONFERENCE 2024: Gakushuin University Tokyo – August 5-9, 2024

Aftermaths The annual IASIL Conference will be held at Gakushuin University in Tokyo from the 5-9 August 2024, organized by IASIL Japan. The conference theme will be ‘Aftermaths’.  ‘Aftermaths’ is a complex and multifaceted theme, especially in relation to Irish literature. Essentially, ‘aftermath’ refers to the consequences or effects of an historical event, usually one that has had a significant

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PUBLICATION: Irish Theatre – Interrogating Intersecting Inequalities

This book on modern and contemporary Irish theatre traces how social, cultural and economic capital are circulated in order to demonstrate complex and often contradictory outlooks on equality/inequality. Individual chapters analyse property ownership and inheritance; wealth acquisition; employment conditions; educational access; intercultural encounters; sexual intimacy and violation; and acts of resistance, protest and solidarity. This book addresses complex intergenerational, intercultural,

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CFS: The Ogham Stone open for submissions

The Ogham Stone, the annual literary and arts journal of the University of Limerick, is open for submissions. This year, the journal will be open to all.    The theme of The Ogham Stone’s 2024 edition is RECOLLECTION.  The theme of RECOLLECTION calls to mind the commemorative purpose of ogham stones historically. Inclusion of ideas associated with recollection, such as reminiscence,

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EVENT: Lay Up Your Ends at 40

October 25, 2023 – October 28, 2023 The Linen Hall Library & Queen’s University Belfast with Ulster University & The Belfast International Arts Festival Time: 09:00 – 17:00 Lay Up Your Ends at 40 – written by Charabanc Theatre Company and Martin Lynch This year marks 40 years since the premiere of Charabanc Theatre Company’s production, Lay Up Your Ends,

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FELLOWSHIP: LCIS Visiting Scholars Programme 2024

LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies, and Irish College Leuven invites applications for its visitingscholars programme 2024. Researchers working with LCIS’s areas of research who wish to conduct aresearch stay at KU Leuven may want to apply for one of the following two options. Short-term LCIS Visiting Fellows For the year 2024 LCIS will award two non-stipendiary LCIS Visiting

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CFP: ACIS 2024, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick

Embracing Change, Navigating Uncertainty: Ireland and New Beginnings Conference: Tuesday 18 – Friday 21 June, 2024 Opening reception: evening of Monday 17 June, 2024 Conference Website #ACIS2024 Call for Papers Ireland in 2024 is experiencing change like never before. Political contexts like Brexit, the Northern Irish situation, economic uncertainty, war in Europe and the climate crisis have all combined to

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LAUNCH: 2023 issue of Irish Archives “Sources and Legacies of the Decade of Centenaries”

The 2023 issue of Irish Archives: ” Sources and Legacies of the Decade of Centenaries” will be launched by Dr Maurice Manning, Chair of The Expert Advisory Group on Centenary Commemorations, on 10 October at National University of Ireland (NUI), Merrion Square, Dublin 2 at 6pm. Supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media under the Decade of

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PHD SCHOLARSHIP: FOLLOWING CHARABANC THEATRE COMPANY – A TRADITION OF WOMEN’S THEATRE-MAKING IN NORTHERN IRELAND/THE NORTH OF IRELAND

Queen’s University Belfast | Supervisors Drs Shonagh Hill & Trish McTighe This project examines female creative labour in the theatre industry in Northern Ireland and a tradition of women’s theatre-making since the 1990s. Comprehensive overviews of women’s theatre-making in Northern Ireland are offered by Imelda Foley’s The Girls in the Big Picture: Gender in Contemporary Ulster Theatre (Belfast: The Blackstaff

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