PRIZE: ISAANZ 2024 Postgraduate Essay Competition

The Editors of the interdisciplinary Australasian Journal of Irish Studies (AJIS) and the Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand are pleased to announce that the 2024 ISAANZ Irish Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize competition is now open for entries. Prize:• Publication of the winning essay in AJIS, subject to normal academic refereeing.• A cash prize of AU$300.• A year’s

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JOURNAL: Connecting Voices – An Introduction to Irish Women Writers’ Collaborations and Networks, 1880–1940

Special issue of English Studies Volume 104 Number 6 October 2023 ‘Collaborations and networks are both the modus operandi and focus of investigation in this Special Issue on Irish women writers between 1880 and 1940. […] The Special Issue platforms the study of Irish women within collaborative sibling, spousal and other partnerships and within the context of movements, organisations, and networks. Our

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EVENT: 10th EFACIS Roundtable Discussion

The 10th EFACIS Roundtable Discussion takes place on 6 December 2023 at 7pm CET as part of the launch of Review of Irish Studies 6.2, titled Perspectives on the Irish Border. Programme Opening Remarks Seán Crosson (General Editor of RISE, University of Galway) Launch of Review of Irish Studies in Europe 6.2 Perspectives on the Irish Border Presentations: Mary E. Daly (University College

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EVENT: Conflict, Diaspora, and Empire by Darragh Gannon with Roy Foster

Author Darragh Gannon will be in Conversation with Professor Roy Foster, talking about his new bookConflict, Diaspora, and Empire: Irish Nationalism in Britain, 1912–1922 Wed 29 November – Wed 29 November 2023 Irish Cultural Centre, Hammersmith | Doors 6.30pm, Starts 7.00pm Tickets: £7, Series Ticket £25 CLICK HERE The actions of Irish nationalists in Britain are often characterised as a

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PODCAST: Gavin McCrea in conversation with Helen Cullen

Episode 45 of the Irish Itinerary Podcast today from EFACIS has been released. You can find it on https://www.efacis.eu/podcast or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts etc. In his conversation with Helen Cullen, Gavin McCrea discusses Irishness and how writing has been important in the process of going away from and coming to terms with Ireland.  McCrea also talks about creating a voice for women without

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CONFERENCE: Frances Sheridan celebrated at a conference on women’s writing in Hungary

Dr Clíona Ó Gallchoir will deliver a plenary lecture at the University of Pécs, Hungary, as part of an event to celebrate the 300th anniversary in 2024 of the birth of the Frances Sheridan, one of the outstanding Irish women writers of the eighteenth-century. The conference is organized by the Department of English Literatures and Cultures, University of Pécs, the Regional Committee

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CFP: 2024 Annual Conference of the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society

The 2024 Annual Conference of the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society/An Cumann Éire san Ochtú Céad Déag is scheduled to take place in the University of Galway on 20-21 June 2024. The conference will feature keynote addresses from Professor Tríona Ní Shíocháin (Maynooth), Professor Emerita Gillian Russell (York), and Professor Jim Watt (York). The Call for Papers and applications for postgraduate bursaries are

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IASIL 2024: PhD Forum

Applications are invited for the annual IASIL PhD Forum, at which postgraduate students have the opportunity to present their work in progress and receive feedback from established scholars. The Forum will take place in person on Monday 5 August 2024, approx 9:00-14:00, prior to the opening of the conference of the association at Gakushuin University in Tokyo. Applicants must be

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JOB: Post-doctoral Research Fellow, School of English, Drama & Film

Applications are invited for two temporary posts of a Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 within UCD School of English, Drama & Film. The successful candidates will work on the Wellcome Trust funded project “Drinking Cultures: The Cultural Reception of Medical Developments Related to Alcohol in Ireland, 1700-1900” under the direction of Dr Lucy Cogan. The “Drinking Cultures” project is the first long-view study to analyse the

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