ISAANZ 25 Postponed, MISS Goes Online

Due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 the ISAANZ 25 has been postponed until the middle of 2021. The Organising Committee looks forward to the opening of trans-Tasman travel and welcoming ISAANZ members to Auckland next year. Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar (MISS) will be resuming via Zoom in August. Check back for details.

Membership and journal subscriptions due

AJIS Volume 20 will be posted to all current subscribers in August. Membership renewals are also due for the 2020-21 financial year. Membership for waged individuals is $20; and is free for postgraduate students, casual academics, pensioners and also those experiencing financial hardship at this time due to the coronavirus pandemic.

O’Donnell Fellowship in Irish Studies

O’Donnell Fellowship in Irish Studies

Applications for the O'Donnell Fellowship are currently open for 2021 and will close Friday 31 July 2020. The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and international travel restrictions may result in the dates of the Fellowship changing for 2021 which is beyond our control. it is a fluid situation and we are willing to postpone the dates of the Fellowship as agreeable to both parties.

25th ISAANZ CONFERENCE ANNOUNCED. CALL FOR PAPERS

25th ISAANZ CONFERENCE ANNOUNCED. CALL FOR PAPERS

ISAANZ 25 - Ireland: History, Memory and Myth. ISAANZ and the Organising Committee is pleased to announce the call for papers for the 25th ISAANZ Conference, to be held at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, from Wednesday 2 December to Friday 4 December 2020.

Launch recordings: Irish Literature in Transition

Launch recordings: Irish Literature in Transition

Launch of the Cambridge University Press six-volume essay series Irish Literature in Transition, a new and dynamic account of Ireland’s literary history over 300 years. This event featured introductory remarks from Professor Jane Ohlmeyer (TCD) and Professor Patricia Coughlan (UCC), followed by a panel discussion with the individual volume editors, chaired by Professor Chris Morash (TCD).

BAIS Virtual Conference – May 2020

BAIS Virtual Conference – May 2020

During the month of May, BAIS will facilitate an online month-long Irish Studies ‘Conference’ on Twitter. We welcome speakers from anywhere in the world, at any stage of their careers, on any topic as long as it is related to Ireland or the Irish diaspora.

CANCELLED: Flann OBrien readings

CANCELLED: Flann OBrien readings

Readings from the works of Flann O'Brien. Master of Ceremonies: Deirdre Gillespie & Guest Readers. 21 March 2020, The Quiet Man, Flemington, Melbourne. EVENT CANCELLED. Organisers hope to rescheduled at a later date.

MISS seminar: Making Mannix global

MISS seminar: Making Mannix global

February 11, 2020. Dr Darragh Gannon, Queen's University, Belfast.2020 O'Donnell Irish Studies Fellow. Making Mannix global, 1919-1923: a Melbourne reader. Newman College, Melbourne