CFP: ELOPE – ‘Irish Literature and Non-Anglophone Europe’

ELOPE, Vol. 21, No. 2 (December 2024) Guest editors Aidan O’Malley and Anamarija Šporčič invite contributors to submit original articles on the theme ‘Irish Literature and Non-Anglophone Europe’ for a special issue of the University of Ljubljana’s English Studies journal, ELOPE (English Language Overseas Perspectives and Enquiries), which will be published in December 2024. Since 2019 the universities of Rijeka

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EVENT: Theorising Research Ecologies? An Environmental Humanities Symposium

Seminar Room H204 (and online), UCD Humanities Institute, 9:00 – 17:00 (IST), Thursday 11th April, University College Dublin.   How can the environmental humanities expand to consider ‘research environment’ as a form of environment? How do factors such as location, networking, and digital space matter to the environmental critic? Does turning a critical lens to our laptops, desks, or travel choices augment

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NOW OPEN: LCIS Visiting Scholars

LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies, and Irish College Leuven invites applications for its visitingscholars programme 2024. Researchers working with LCIS’s areas of research who wish to conduct aresearch stay at KU Leuven may want to apply for one of the following two options. Short-term LCIS Visiting FellowsFor the year 2024 LCIS will award two non-stipendiary LCIS Visiting Fellowships

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PODCAST: Scott McKendry in conversation with Alex Alonso and Jessica Bundschuh 

In his conversation with Alex Alonso and Jessica Bundschuh, Scott McKendry talks about and reads from his recently published poetry volume GUB. He discusses the new orthography he designed for his North Belfast accent in this volume; the importance of dialects and his research on dialect in Irish poetry; the balance between the serious subjects and the irreverent spirit of his

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CFP: Mobility of Form

Irish Studies Conference | Kraków, Poland | 11-12 October 2024 a mobility of illusory forms immobilised in space, remobilised in air:a past which possibly had ceased to exist as a present before its probablespectators had entered actual present existenceJames Joyce, Ulysses, episode 17 Gazing at the stars, Leopold Bloom ponders how they represent “a mobility of illusory forms”. He recognises

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EVENT: ISTR Postgraduate Forum

The Irish Society for Theatre Research (ISTR) is hosting a forum for PhD researchers in the field of Drama, Theatre, and Performance. This online event offers participants an opportunity to receive feedback on their research from established academics. It aims to forge connections between international postgraduate researchers and to encourage discussions that lead to future collaborations and exchanges. Format Participants

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CFP: Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities (DPASSH) 2024

DPASSH is a biennial conference responding to questions relating to digital preservation within the arts and social sciences subject domain. The 2024 conference is entitled Collections as Data / Data as Collections and takes place on 27-28th June. The event is a collaboration between the Digital Repository of Ireland, the University of Limerick and the Hunt Museum, Limerick. Collections as

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EVENT: Shakespeare in Brazil and Ireland – Cultural and Political Perspectives

March 12 2pm (Brazil) 5pm (Ireland) | PPGI YouTube Channel NEI Digital Round Tables aim to discuss aspects of research conducted by members of NEI (Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses of UFSC), in the field of Irish Studies, at undergraduate, MA, PhD and postdoctoral level, with scholars and artists from Ireland, and the Irish Studies global community. “Shakespeare in Brazil and Ireland: Cultural

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