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NEW: MA in English Studies

Department of English Studies at the University of Cyprus Are you passionate about English literature, cultural studies, translation, adaptation, and the study of theEnglish language?

NEW BOOK: The Edinburgh Companion to W. B. Yeats and the Arts

edited by Charles I. Armstrong, Adrian Paterson and Tom Walker Edinburgh University Press Launch discount code is NEW30 for 30% off. W. B. Yeats was not only a poet but also a restless collaborator, fostering countless artistic enterprises, from the Abbey Theatre to the Cuala Press, and pursued various inter-artistic media and forums for his work. From childhood co-creations with

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NEW: MA in English Studies

Department of English Studies at the University of Cyprus Are you passionate about English literature, cultural studies, translation, adaptation, and the study of theEnglish language? Do you wish to pursue advanced study and research in English Studies? 2 year Programme | Taught in English | 120 ECTS Scholarship funding available on a competitive basis The new MA in English Studies

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CFP: Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, UK and Ireland, Biennial Conference 2025

Erosion – Creimeadh 9th August (Online Day); 12th-14th August 2025, University of Galway. Confirmed keynote speakers: Nessa Cronin, John Brannigan, Malcolm Sen The 2025 conference for the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, UK and Ireland (ASLE-UKI) will be hosted by the University of Galway, Ireland. ASLE-UKI welcomes participation from scholars, readers, and creative practitioners interested in the relationships between

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CFP: The Trans* Research Association of Ireland’s First Annual Symposium

October 31-November 1University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin Submissions Due: 10 July by 5pm GMT Keynote Speaker: Professor Hil Malatino (Penn State) This interdisciplinarity symposium aims to forge connections between trans theory internationally and Irish iterations thereof.  Ireland occupies a particular space in the context of transness. While Ireland has meaningful gender recognition legislation based on the principle of self-declaration, Ireland

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LAUNCH: IUR 54.1 – Éilís Ní Dhuibhne Special Issue

The editors of the Irish University Review invite you to the launch of the latest special issue, on the work of Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, which will take place at the Museum of Literature Ireland on Wednesday 12 June at 6pm.  We are delighted to celebrate this publication and Éilís’s remarkable publication career, spanning 50 years to date. Please register your attendance at this link (we would appreciate an early reply for

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BOOK: Well, You Don’t Look It! Women Writers in Ireland Reflect on Ageing

Éilίs Nί Dhuibhne and Michaela Schrage-Früh, eds.  Well, You Don’t Look It! Women Writers in Ireland Reflect on Ageing. Cliffs of Moher: Salmon Poetry, 2024. No matter what age, we are getting older. Old age is a key stage of life, but this is the first anthology of creative writing on the topic compiling the work of contemporary women writers in Ireland.

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CFP: Women’s Writing special issue on Irish women’s writing CFP:

The field of Irish women’s writing is a vibrant and varied area of scholarship that extends outwards in many directions and intersects with a range of diverse disciplinary approaches.  This call for papers for the first special issue of Women’s Writing dedicated to Irish writers invites submissions on innovative topics from the medieval period to the late-nineteenth century. We particularly welcome intersectional

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PHD: Doctoral Research Scholarships at DCU

The School of English Dublin City University Doctoral Research Scholarships 2024-2025 DCU School of English is a dynamic research-focused school with expertise in a variety of literary eras and genres. As part of our commitment to excellence in postgraduate research the School of English is pleased to offer a scholarship for a full-time PhD student commencing September 2024. The successful

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The Literary Encyclopedia, call for Irish Literature section editors

The online Literary Encyclopedia is seeking new editors for its Irish literature section in order to expand our coverage of the field.  The publication is almost twenty-five years old and was founded by its publisher, Dr. Robert Clark (University of East Anglia), along with Professor Emory Elliott (UC Riverside) and Professor Janet Todd (Cambridge University).  It contains more than 9500 entries and functions as an author-owned not-for-profit

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VISITING SCHOLAR: Dr. John Bishop Memorial Visiting Scholar Fund (2024-2025)

Established by Dr. Joseph Valente, UB Distinguished Professor, Department of English, the Dr. John Bishop Memorial Visiting Scholar Fund award provides up to $2,000 for visiting scholars and graduate students whose research is centred on the writings of James Joyce, Modernism, Joyce-related research, Sylvia Beach, Modernist publishers, Modernist genetic criticism, Joyce’s literary circle, his literary colleagues, or his influences. This fund

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