2021 ACIS BOOK & FELLOWSHIP PRIZES Thank you to all of our nominated authors and scholars and congratulations to this year’s winners!
As protests spread across the United States against the killing of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and too many other Black persons lost to the institutionalized violence of white supremacy, the American Conference for Irish Studies (ACIS) reaffirms that
Dear Delegates, After serious deliberation, we regret to inform you that the University of St. Thomas, host of the ACIS 2020 national meeting in Houston, Texas, has determined that it would be in the best interest of all parties to
The winner of this year’s Maureen Murphy Award for best paper presented by a graduate student at the ACIS National meeting is Deirdre Foley for “‘The woman does not give as good a return of work as the man’: Women, Work and
The results of the 2019 Executive Officers election are below. Thank you to all of the nominees and congratulations to the new Executive: Vice President – Kelly Matthews Literature Representative – Julia Obert Irish Language Representative – Úna Ní Bhroméil
On behalf of our organization, ACIS Vice President Kate Costello-Sullivan and the chairs of each of the ACIS prize committees are pleased to announce the recipients of this year's book and dissertation prizes.
Deadline for application is 3 February 2019. The ACIS awards the Larkin Research Fellowship in Irish Studies annually to a Ph.D. student conducting work in history or the social sciences on an Irish topic, and the Krause Research Fellowship in
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