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UPCOMING & PAST NOTICES

AJIS Postgraduate Essay Prize is Open

ISAANZ and the editor of AJIS are pleased to announce the 2022 competition is now open. Entry is open to anyone enrolled in an MA or PhD between June 2021 and June 2022 at any tertiary institution, with essays on any aspect of Irish Studies considered.

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ALS Special Issue: The Uses of Irish-Australian Literature

“We are suggesting that alertness to Irishness as a sort of ‘internal other’, which is also and magically intrinsic and identical with white Australia, deepens our understanding of the play of difference and sameness in the national imaginary. Far from self-identical, the story of white Australia reveals itself as a product of division and discrimination, enmeshed in a history of separation and assimilation that is periodically forgotten or elided. Deeper understanding of those cultural processes, including the way in which Irishness can be variously derided, exoticised, and ignored, including by the Irish themselves, opens up possibilities for the broad field of Australian literary studies and how it understands the dynamics of cultural encounter and absorption.” Ronan McDonald, Maggie Nolan

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CFP: Irish Civil War National Conference

15-18 June 2022, University College Cork will host the Irish Civil War National Conference, to mark the centenary of the opening of hostilities at the Four Courts in Dublin. Working with the Department of Culture, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht, this conference will align with the core principles of the Expert Advisory Group on Commemorations by encouraging, ‘multiple and plural’ perspectives on complex and contested events. The four-day conference will seek to explore political, social, cultural, military, and economic dimensions to the Irish Civil war.

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CFP: Studies in Irish Capitalism

A Special Issue of the Irish Studies Review. Vol.31, No.1 (February 2023). In the aftermath of the 2008 Credit Crisis, studies of capitalism made a rapid resurgence within American history-writing: works such as Sven Beckert’s Empire of Cotton, Bethany Moreton’s To Serve God and Walmart, Jonathan Levy’s Freaks of Fortune and Destin Jenkins’ Bonds of Inequality all raised serious questions not just about capitalism but also about adjacent issues of race, gender, religion, and the environment.

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Membership and Journal Renewals Due Now for 2021-22

Membership renewals are due for the new financial year, July 2020 – June 2021. If you’ve not already renewed, I would urge you to do so. Membership for waged individuals is $20; and is free for postgraduate students, casual academics, pensioners, and those experiencing financial hardship currently due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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CFP: ISAANZ 25. Ireland: History, Memory and Myth.

6-8 December 2021. ISAANZ 25 Conference. University of Auckland. Our intention is that the conference explores the theme “Ireland: History, Memory and Myth”. A century after the Irish Revolution, and towards the end of the Decade of Commemorations, acts of remembering and mythologising the past figure significantly in the individual and collective lives of the Irish at home and abroad.

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The Passing of Gerry Higgins

A remarkable figure in Victoria’s Irish-Australian community, Gerry Higgins and his family generously funded the Gerry Higgins Chair of Irish Studies at the University of Melbourne. It remains the only chair of Irish Studies in the whole of Australia. Gerry’s philanthropy has enabled hundreds of students to understand better Ireland and its part in world and Australian history; and has also supported research and teaching by a score of scholars. His achievement will be honoured by all those interested in Irish Studies, in Victoria and around the world. – Professor Ronan McDonald, Gerry Higgins Professor of Irish Studies, University of Melbourne

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2021 Postgraduate essay competition is open

The 2021 ISAANZ postgraduate essay competition is now open, with entries accepted from anyone enrolled in an MA or PhD between June 2020 and June 2021 at any tertiary institution. Essays on any aspect of Irish Studies will be considered, and must be submitted by 15 February 2021.

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13th AGM Online, 9 December 2020

The 13th Annual General Meeting of the Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand (ISAANZ) will be held online via Zoom on Wednesday 9th December 2020 at 7:00pm ACDT (Adelaide), 7:30PM AEDT (Melbourne), 9:30PM NZDT (Wellington). Meeting agenda, minutes and annual reports can be found on the ISAANZ AGM page.

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