CFP: Unapologetic Magazine Special Issue

2004 Citizenship Referendum Call for contributors | Unapologetic Magazine Deadline: 5pm February 29th, Irish Standard Time. Theme and prompts For us, Irishness is not defined by your birthplace, your parent’s birthplace, or anything written on a legal document. Irishness is defined by you and those who relate to the Irish identity. The 2004 Citizenship referendum created a limited definition of Irish

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NEW BOOK: Wild Colonial Boys

Manchester University Press A Belfast Punk Story By Thomas Paul Burgess Ruefrex were one of Northern Ireland’s most popular and uncompromising punk rock bands. Emerging from the Belfast street-gang culture of the late-1970s, the group, inspired by The Clash, enjoyed a turbulent, decade-long career. They played for millions on CNN and Channel 4, toured with The Pogues and recorded the

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BLOG: Poetry off the Page

Call for contributors Poetry off the Page is an online, international platform for anyone interested in the study and analysis of Anglophone spoken word and poetry performance from the 1960s to the present day. The ‘Poetry off the Page’ blog (https://poetryoffthepage.univie.ac.at/blog/) is dedicated to original poetry performance research, with a focus on theory and methodology. The PoP blog provides a

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IMAGALLAMH: Kylemore Summer School in Irish Studies 

DATES: JUNE 9-20, 2024 The Keough-Naughton Institute at the University of Notre Dame is delighted to invite applications for the inaugural session of Imagallamh: the Kylemore Summer School in Irish Studies, directed by Professor Barry McCrea, which will take place from June 9th-20th in the University of Notre Dame Center at Kylemore Abbey in Connemara, and in Trinity College Dublin.

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EVENT: IASIL Postgraduate & ECR Roundtable

EDI in Irish Studies Tuesday February 27th, 6pm (Irish Time) Online Designed as a platform for young and early career researcher to share their research and experience, the first IASIL Postgraduates Roundtable will explore what EDI means in Irish Studies. Our speakers – Sandrine Ndahiro (UL), Taylor Follett (UCD), Tapasya Narang (UCD), Javier Torres-Fernández (Universidad de Almería) and Victor Augusto

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EVENT: EFACIS Book Club

The next EFACIS Book Club is on 21 February, 8-10pm CET, on zoom. They will be reading Kerri Ní Dochartaigh’s Thin Places (2021) and this session will be introduced by Prof. Fiona McCann (Université de Lille). The EFACIS book club aims to introduce readers to highlights of Irish literature, both past and present. The book club sessions predominantly focus on contemporary fiction

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ESSAY PRIZE: George Moore Student Essay Competition

The 12th International George Moore Conference (8-10 May 2024) hosted by the Department of English, University of Liverpool announces The 1st George Moore Student Essay Competition First prize: 100 euros (Sponsored by the George Moore Association) The competition is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students. For more click here. Essay Guidelines Word Limit: 3000 including the ‘Works Cited’ list. Recommended

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MEMBERSHIP SECTRETARY

Our sincere thanks to Loïc Wright, who has been Membership Secretary for the past several years, and who is now finished in the role. Loïc served through a transitional period, as processes and key contacts in both the IASIL executive and the EUP team changed, and we are grateful to him for his patience and diligence. We are delighted to

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READING GROUP: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

The James Joyce Society invites you to join them in a chapter-by-chapter reading of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, starting Feb. 13. Our guest facilitators for the group include Shinjini Chattopadyay, Gregory Erickson, Mike Opest, and Bob Spoo. Open to all, regardless of your experience reading Joyce. More information, schedule, and registration here: https://joycesociety.com/readinggroups

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WEBINAR: ISTR Webinar on Intercultural Dramaturgy

The next webinar in the ISTR series is: Principles and Practices of Intercultural Dramaturgy: Dr Sarah Hoover in conversation with Dr Karen Jean Martinson, 31 January, 4-5pm. For full details and registration click here Speaker Bios: Dr Sarah Hoover (She/Her) is a dramaturg, lecturer and researcher focusing on immersive and interactive performance and audience-centred dramaturgy. Her specialisms include artistic research

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