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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NETWORK: The Trans* Research Association of Ireland 

New Research Network: The Trans* Research Association of Ireland (TRAI) is an interdisciplinary research network based at University College Dublin for trans researchers in Ireland, researchers who work with Irish transness, and trans Irish researchers at home and abroad. It seeks to provide a nexus of connection for dissemination and collaboration in an under-researched field, as well as support and resources

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SCHOLARSHIP: Funded PhD in Irish Studies

The life that God desires men live: visions of masculinity in post-revolutionary global Ireland, 1923-1968 Full Details: CLICK HERE Following the Irish Revolution, the heteronormative masculine ideal was valorised; an ideal which compromised both the pious Catholic and the virile warrior-hero, while women’s and LGBTQ rights stagnated. Despite this, masculinities remain a relatively nascent subject in Irish studies. In this

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SYMPOSIUM: Scholarships for the James Joyce symposium

The International James Joyce Foundation is sponsoring up to fifteen scholarships for graduate students and early career researchers to attend Across the Waters: The XXIXth International James Joyce Symposium, which will be hosted by the University of Glasgow from 14 to 19 June 2024 [conference website]. Scholarships can be used to cover early bird registration and travel and accommodation costs

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CFP: 8th International PhD Leuven Centre for Irish Studies

The Leuven Centre for Irish Studies will be organising the 8th EFACIS PhD Seminar in Irish Studies at the Irish College Leuven. The seminar will take place from 26 till 30 August 2024.  The aim is to give PhD students in Irish Studies from different European countries the opportunity –    to present their research in a congenial, interdisciplinary environment, –    to receive

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PRIZE: ISAANZ 2024 Postgraduate Essay Competition

The Editors of the interdisciplinary Australasian Journal of Irish Studies (AJIS) and the Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand are pleased to announce that the 2024 ISAANZ Irish Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize competition is now open for entries. Prize:• Publication of the winning essay in AJIS, subject to normal academic refereeing.• A cash prize of AU$300.• A year’s

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IASIL 2024: PhD Forum

Applications are invited for the annual IASIL PhD Forum, at which postgraduate students have the opportunity to present their work in progress and receive feedback from established scholars. The Forum will take place on Monday 5 August 2024, 9:00-14:00, prior to the opening of the conference of the association at Gakushuin University in Tokyo. Applicants must be postgraduate students working

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IASIL 2024: PG Conference Travel Scholarship

IASIL is pleased to invite applications for a postgraduate scholarship to attend the conference. To receive the scholarship, you must be currently enrolled in a PhD. Should you have any questions about the application, please reach out to Matthew Reznicek reznicek [@] umn.edu Download the application form HERE Download the reference form HERE Click here for the Scholarship Notes The deadline

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PHD SCHOLARSHIP: FOLLOWING CHARABANC THEATRE COMPANY – A TRADITION OF WOMEN’S THEATRE-MAKING IN NORTHERN IRELAND/THE NORTH OF IRELAND

Queen’s University Belfast | Supervisors Drs Shonagh Hill & Trish McTighe This project examines female creative labour in the theatre industry in Northern Ireland and a tradition of women’s theatre-making since the 1990s. Comprehensive overviews of women’s theatre-making in Northern Ireland are offered by Imelda Foley’s The Girls in the Big Picture: Gender in Contemporary Ulster Theatre (Belfast: The Blackstaff

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