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The American Conference for Irish Studies is a multidisciplinary scholarly organization with approximately 800 members in the United States, Ireland, Canada, and other countries around the world. Each spring the ACIS holds a national conference attended by 300-400 people from the academic community and the general public. Each fall meetings are held in the New England, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, and Western regions; the Southern regional takes place in the winter. The ACIS also sponsors joint sessions with the American Historical Association and the Modern Language Association at their annual conventions.
Both national and regional meetings include plenary speakers, academic sessions in all fields of Irish Studies, poetry and fiction readings, films, and performances of Irish music and plays.
The ACIS was founded in 1960 as the American Committee for Irish Studies; it is incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia as a non-profit organization. Today its members can be found worldwide. Explore the map below of the current ACIS membership.