L’ouvrage Les espions de sa Majesté – Histoire du renseignement britannique, écrit par Emilie Berthillot, vient de paraître aux Editions Ellipses, Collection Histoires et Mythes. Il est disponible dans toutes les librairies et sur les plateformes de e-commerce. Emilie Berthilliot est MCF à l’université de Lille.
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Below you find the CFP for the Nordic Irish Studies Network conference ‘Justice on the Island’, to be held at Åbo University, Finland, on 6-8 May 2021 Submissions are invited for presentations at the 2020/21 Conference of the Nordic Irish Studies Network ‘Justice on the Island’, to be held on 6-8 May 2021 at Åbo … Suite
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 … Suite
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 … Suite
Jacopo Bisagni is giving an online talk titled « The King’s Manuscript. An introduction to medieval (instrumental) music: A musical multi-media talk » on Thursday 17 December at 5pm. What is medieval music? Manuscripts, paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages are full of men and women playing all kinds of instruments: but what did they play? … Suite