This month's feature centers on Joe Nugent and his creation of Joycestick, a student-centered virtual reality experience that brings to life James Joyce's magnum opus, Ulysses.
The 2017 New England branch of ACIS met October 13-14 at Husson University in Bangor, Maine, under the theme "Irish Studies, Anti-Globalisation, and Neo-Nationalism."
Elizabeth Mannion talks about her research, the changing role of the Abbey Theatre, and how the recent social and political climate has impacted Irish drama.
The first of our fall regionals is in the books, with the Midwest ACIS meeting wrapping up this past Saturday. Read on for a conference overview...
The founder and director of Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute at Quinnipiac University, Christine Kinealy, discusses current projects and future goals for the Institute, museum and the university library's Great Hunger Collection.
In this month's feature, Claire Bracken and Tara Harney-Mahajan discuss their recent co-edited collection of essays on post-Celtic Tiger women's writing.
For this month’s featured scholar, we caught up with last year’s Krause Scholarship winner, Laura Farrell-Wortman, who recently finished her dissertation and is transitioning to a new home in sunny Arizona!
2017 Larkin Prize recipient Bridget Keown previews her research on Irish and British women who suffered psychological trauma during the First World War.
2017 Krause Fellowship recipient John Crawford offers an overview of his research on the conceptualization and reimagination of space in Irish cultural and literary sites.
Deirdre O'Boy, faculty in the Department of English at Lehman College and specialist in contemporary Irish literature, is this month's featured ACIS member.