PUBLICATION: RISE 7.1 Remapping Irish Literary and Cultural Landscapes in the Mid-Twentieth Century 

The new issue of RISE is now available on the RISE platform | Click here to read This themed issue of RISE seeks to remap the Irish literary and cultural landscapes in the middle decades of the twentieth century. It defines this period as from the 1930s to the 1970s — roughly coinciding with the conservative years of ‘de Valera’s

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EVENT: 10th EFACIS Roundtable Discussion

The 10th EFACIS Roundtable Discussion takes place on 6 December 2023 at 7pm CET as part of the launch of Review of Irish Studies 6.2, titled Perspectives on the Irish Border. Programme Opening Remarks Seán Crosson (General Editor of RISE, University of Galway) Launch of Review of Irish Studies in Europe 6.2 Perspectives on the Irish Border Presentations: Mary E. Daly (University College

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PUBLICATION: Review of Irish Studies in Europe 6.1

RISE 6.1 Irish Sexual Liberation and Its Literatures, Part 2. A Long Time Coming, edited by Robert Brazeau and Laura Sydora Now available on the RISE website: https://risejournal.eu/index.php/rise/index RISE 6.1 is the second of a two-volume themed issue dedicated to the study of sexual liberation and its literatures in Ireland in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries that extends the line of scholarly

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CFP: RISE – Review of Irish Studies in Europe

Themed issue of RISE: Review of Irish Studies in Europe “Remapping Irish Literary and Cultural Landscapes in the Mid-Twentieth Century” Co-editors: Yen-Chi Wu and Phyllis Boumans (University of Leuven) Critical narratives surrounding mid-twentieth-century Ireland have shifted from isolation and cultural philistinism to a more subtle understanding of the period as a time in which contraction meets expansion. Eve Patten, in

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