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UPCOMING & PAST NOTICES
27 November 2023. The University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs is hiring an Assistant Professor who specializes in Contemporary Ireland, broadly defined. Fields that may be considered include, but are not limited to, political science, economics, international relations, peace studies, history, development studies, sociology, or any other field or discipline that touches on contemporary Ireland.Keep Reading
12-14 June 2024, Irish College, Leuven. Irish Literature and the Global Marketplace. Ireland, with a relatively small domestic population and literary market, has constantly looked outward and developed strong ties with marketplaces beyond its borders. By exploring the relationship between Irish literature and the global marketplace, this conference aims to forge a layered understanding of Irish literary production as an industry, intersected by economic concerns, material infrastructure, human labor, consumerist culture, and the neoliberal system.Keep Reading
16 June 2023. From the recent disruptions of the pandemic to those of emigration and diaspora, Irish history and literature include both large-scale and personal divergences from anticipated futures. These disruptions have initiated transitions to new cultural, political, social, and disciplinary terrains that are often connected to Australia and New Zealand. For ISAANZ 26, the convenors welcome papers on any aspect of Ireland, Irish Australia or Irish New Zealand, or the Irish diaspora generally. In particular, we invite papers addressing the themes of disruption and transition.Keep Reading
2023 Winner of AJIS/ISAANZ postgraduate essay prize is Laoighseach Ní Choistealba for her essay titled “Donegal Anti-Pastoral: Masculinity And Landscape In Two Poems By Francis Harvey And Cathal Ó Searcaigh”. The editors received a wide field of excellent essays and wish to thank all those who entered the competition.Keep Reading
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