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Performance, Modernity and the Plays of J. M. Synge – Hélène Lecossois

Recently published: Hélène Lecossois, Performance, Modernity and the Plays of J. M. Synge, Cambridge University Press, 2020. Irish Revivalist playwright J. M. Synge is often regarded as a realist. Yet what happens when his work is analysed through wider performance studies and situated alongside less familiar historical contexts? By addressing this question, Hélène Lecossois offers … Continued

SOFEIR online annual conference, 20-21 May 2021, Université Paris Nanterre

Strange Country – Ireland in politics and culture, 1998-2020 Those who have already forwarded an abstract in response to the first “call for papers” do not have to make a second submission. They will be contacted by the organisers. Please note the new dates and new organisation: Online SOFEIR annual conference 20-21 May 2021 Deadline … Continued

CFP Royal Irish Academy, “International politics in times of risk and uncertainty: the COVID-19 crisis and beyond”, online conference, 29 April 2021

The Royal Irish Acedmy welcome proposals from scholars in all academic disciplines, as well as current and retired practitioners in foreign policy, government and civil society for the Royal Irish Academy’s Annual International Affairs Conference which will be held online on Thursday, 29 April 2021 on the theme of ‘International politics in times of risk … Continued

Webinar 17 Dec 2020 – Sharing Irish Digital Data in a European Context

The Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) has been working with Europeana, a digital platform that allows European institutions to reach a broader audience by sharing their social and cultural heritage data online, since Jan 2019 as the Irish partner in Europeana’s Common Culture Project. On 17 Dec, DRI is hosting a webinar to mark the … Continued