On Wednesday, 28 October, at 14.00 Eastern Time / 19.00 Irish time, the Embassy of Ireland to the United States and the American Conference of Irish Studies invite you to the launch of Black Abolitionists in Ireland, an essential new
This is part of a series highlighting the people and activity of our regional branches. The series will begin with the Regional Representatives, but will continue with features on scholars, events, and other activities happening in that area. By Solomon
This book offers a representative sampling of the still mostly unknown poetry by Romantic-era Irish women. It represents most of the period’s active poets by multiple (rather than only a few) works, demonstrating the diversity and the subject range of
With characteristic lawlessness and connection to the common man, the figure of the rogue commanded the world of Irish fiction from 1660 to 1790. During this period of development for the Irish novel, this archetypal figure appears over and over
After the December 1918 General Elections, Dáil Éireann mandated Irish delegates to represent Ireland at the Peace Conference in Paris. Seán T. Ó’Ceallaigh and George Gavan Duffy wrote to the French President and reasserted Ireland’s claims for sovereignty and self
ACIS is pleased to partner with Ireland’s Embassy in Washington and Consulates across the US to present ‘‘The Ambassador’s Hour’’, a series of digital seminars profiling important new work by ACIS members. Through the fall and early winter months, Ambassador
The Irish Memory Studies Network aims to open up a critical dialogue across multidisciplinary aspects of memory studies with a view to generating discussion across disciplinary boundaries
The NPHFI exists to facilitate contact between researchers and writers in the field of newspaper, periodical, journalism and printing history, and to strengthen institutional links between third level teaching and research institutions, libraries and other organizations concerned with media history.