Call for papers for Conferences or seminars organized by the SOFEIR or its members.

12th EFACIS Conference: Stage Irish

The Twelfth Conference of EFACIS 28–31 August 2019 – University of Ljubljana Second Call For Papers Stage Irish In Memory of Professor Werner Huber (1952–2016) Professor of English and American Language and Literature, University of Vienna (2005–2016) Keynote Speakers Ruben Borg (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) Anne Fogarty (University College Dublin) Stefanie Lehner (Queen’s University, … Continued

“Yeats and Eros” / “Yeats and Paris” The annual International Yeats Society

Colloque internationalOrganisation : Alexandra Poulain “DESIRE”JAPANESE WATERCOLOUR WOODCUTPrinted on Kozo Washi Artist: Kate MacDonaghIYS wishes to express its deepest gratitude to Kate Mac Donagh for allowing us to use this image.  Confirmed keynote speakers: Prof. Elizabeth Cullingford, University of Texas at AustinDr. Matthew Creasy, University of Glasgow Call for papers : Yeats and Eros: The topic … Continued

Irish Screen Studies Seminar 2019

  The Huston School of Film & Digital Media, NUI Galway will host the 15th Irish Screen Studies Seminar, to be held on 9-10 May 2019.   The Irish Screen Studies Seminar provides a unique platform for the presentation of new work – research, practice, and research through practice – by scholars and filmmakers from … Continued

Writing Home: The ‘New Irish’ Poets

  Dedalus Press announced a call for submissions for a major new anthology of poems by ‘new Irish’ poets, to be edited by Pat Boran and Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi. Poets from the ‘new Irish communities’, the ‘hyphenated Irish’, the Irish of mixed cultural, linguistic or ethnic origins, all are very warmly invited to submit … Dedalus … Continued

CFP Review of Irish Studies in Europe ‘Home Rule in Ireland: New Perspectives in History, Culture, Art and Literature’

CFP RISE SEPTEMBER 2019 ISSUE Home Rule in Ireland: New Perspectives in History, Culture, Art and Literature Part I: History and Politics The notion of “Home Rule”, originates from Irish parliamentary constitutional nationalism, which became influential at Westminster from the end of the 19th century. Home Rule was then a means to ensure the preservation of … Continued