ISAANZ 25 (virtual) 6-7 December 2021: Registration Open

ISAANZ 25 (virtual) 6-7 December 2021: Registration Open

6-7 December 2021. ISAANZ 25 (virtual). Please accept our sincere apologies for the delay in opening registration for the conference. As you’ll be aware, we had hoped to host a hybrid in-person/online conference and we have been carefully monitoring government announcements about the current Auckland lockdown. With regret, we have decided that in-person attendance will not be possible and that the conference will now be an online only event. We are asking delegates to pay a small conference fee of NZ$ 50 to help offset the cost of the conference organisation. ISAANZ has decided that the conference will be free to registered Early Career Researchers and postgraduate students.

FIS Fall 2021 Online Seminars

FIS Fall 2021 Online Seminars

Autumn/Spring 2021. The Fund for Irish Studies are running the following lectures online, free and open to the public. Full schedule and event details can be found here. Lectures begin at 4:30pm (ET), 6:30am the following day (AEST). Please note recordings will not be available after the event. 

QUB Talks 100: The Partition of Ireland. Causes and Consequences

QUB Talks 100: The Partition of Ireland. Causes and Consequences

During 2021 Queen's University Belfast will be hosting a series of online talks to mark the 100th anniversary of the Partition of Ireland. The first talk will be aired in April 2021. The series will be recorded and produced by the BBC and available via the University website and BBC platforms.

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

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.