Irish Women, Religion and the Diaspora: A Symposium

Venue: Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool Saturday 18th January 2014 This Symposium organised by WOIRN seeks to understand not only the shifting role that religion has played in the lives of Irish women but the role that Irish women themselves have undertaken in religious institutions and organisations and how this role has changed over time. Although the idea of diaspora

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Invitation to the Launch of ‘Mary Lavin’ and ‘Irish Women’s Fiction’

Irish Academic Press invite you to an event to celebrate the official launch of two new literature publications MARY LAVIN By Elke D’hoker  IRISH WOMEN’S FICTION From Edgeworth to Enright By Heather Ingman Guest Speakers Margaret Kelleher & Anne Fogarty Wednesday, 9th October 6.30pm – 8.30pm Boston College 42 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2  Refreshments will be served ~ All

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5th Annual Irish in Britain Seminar Series

24 Oct – 21 Nov 2013 Irish migration to Britain has increased significantly in recent years. The way in which previous generations of Irish migrants responded to the challenges presented by building lives in this country can offer revealing insights and perspectives on current day preoccupations. This year’s seminar series examines this process from a variety of historical perspectives with

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CFP Pearse Symposium

Symposium: Patrick Pearse and theatre / Pádraig Mac Piarais agus an Amharclann Confirmed guest speakers: James Moran, School of English, Nottingham University Brian Crowley, The Pearse Museum/OPW   St Patrick’s College, Dublin City University, 29-30th November 2013 In the years before he became an icon of rebellion Patrick Pearse was obsessed with the theatre.  He was the author and producer

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Irish Writers’ Week

As part of Irish Writers’ Week in London, and to mark the recent publication of The Short Fiction of Flann O’Brien, Dr Keith Hopper will be giving a talk at the House of Commons on Tuesday 8 October at 7.30pm. The event is free but places are limited and need to be booked in advance: http://www.irishculturalcentre.co.uk/?q=content/irish-writers-week-london-2013-presents-short-fiction-flann-obrien-house-commonsIrish Writers Week

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American International Journal of Contemporary Research CFP

American International Journal of Contemporary Research ISSN 2162-139X (Print), ISSN 2162-142X (Online) American International Journal of Contemporary Research (AIJCR) is an open access, peer-reviewed and refereed multidisciplinary journal published by Center for Promoting Ideas (CPI), USA. The main objective of AIJCR is to provide an intellectual platform for the research community. AIJCR aims to promote contemporary research in business, humanities,

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ACIS Update: Call for Papers 2014 Annual Meeting

The 2014 meeting of the American Conference of Irish Studies and the Canadian Association for Irish Studies/L’Association Canadienne d’Études Irlandaises will be held at University College Dublin on 11-14 June 2014. The Conference theme is: Latitudes: Irish Studies in an international context. Banbha i gcéin The 2014 joint ACIS-CAIS/ACEI conference at UCD is an opportunity for scholars from both sides

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMIGRATION, UCC, 27th SEPTEMBER

   Emigration at a time of Austerity: Ireland and peripheral Europe under the spotlight  Emigre Conference Venue: CACSSS Seminar Room, Ground Floor, O’Rahilly Building, UCC Friday, 27th September 2013  In recent years, Ireland has experienced a marked increase in emigration. The University College Cork project ‘Current Irish Emigration and Return’ (referred to as ‘Emigre’) aimed to discover why people are

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