CFP: 12th International George Moore Conference

Hosted by the Department of English, University of Liverpool, with the George Moore Association Liverpool, 8th-10th May 2024  The Transitional: George Moore at the Fin de Siecle  This Liverpool conference will focus on the multiple transitions which coincided with, and characterised, Moore’s life and career. These include transitions between the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries; naturalism, realism and modernism; poetry, prose and

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CFP: 5th Poznań Conference of Celtic Studies

The Centre for Celtic Studies at the Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland is pleased to invite established scholars and early career researchers to submit abstracts for thematic sessions or general session papers (max. 300-350 words plus a bibliography) for talks of 20 minutes plus ten minutes of discussion, which will take place during 8-9 July 2024.

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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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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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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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CFP: Irish Women’s Genre Fiction

Special Issue of LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory Deadline for abstract submissions: Nov 3, 2023 Deadline for paper submissions: May 15, 2024 Guest editors: Christina Morin, Assistant Dean of Research in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland and Ellen Scheible, Professor of English, Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA, USA. The friction between the confines

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CFP: Across the Waters – XXIX International James Joyce Symposium

ACROSS THE WATERS14–19 June 2024University of Glasgow For James Joyce, as for many Irishmen and women, Glasgow was the first city he saw beyond his native shores. During the Summer of 1894, Joyce crossed to Scotland from Dublin on a Duke Line steamer with his father. It was also the city where his last book, Finnegans Wake, was printed by the

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CFP: Irish Literature and the Global Marketplace – CLOSING SOON!

In Beautiful World, Where Are You (2021), Sally Rooney creates a character Alice, a young professional writer who feels conflicted about her literary stardom and financial success. Through Alice, Rooney reflects on the commodification of literary labor and responds to critics who dismiss her work as romance novels in fancy dress. Literary works that are perceived as commercial or popular—literatures that lean

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CFP: The Animal in Ireland, Real and Imagined: An International and Interdisciplinary Symposium

21-23 February 2025, University of Wurzburg, Germany Irish cultural identity has been closely identified with the animal from the beginning of recorded history and beyond. Irish mythology and folklore, like all traditional lore, feature nonhuman animals, hybrid human-nonhuman beings, and tales of metamorphosis between the two. Warm familiarity with and respectful honouring of the nonhuman animal has been a part of

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CFP: Critical Inquiries Into Irish Studies

“Critical Inquiries Into Irish Studies” (Seton Hall University) seeks submissions on Irish Diaspora, Immigration & Emigration. 350-word abstracts by 8/10/23 and 3000-5000-word finished essays by 10/1/23. Email: elizabeth.redwine@shu.edu Critical Inquiries Into Irish Studies is an annual interdisciplinary journal for students and scholars of Irish literature and culture. Each issue of CIIIS focuses on a particular author or stimulating topic to

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