Current Seminar Series
Our Irish Studies Research Seminar Series runs weekly on Monday afternoons at 4.30. Come and join us!
Monday 15 May 2017 at 4.30pm. Sarah McCleave and Triona O'Hanlon (Music): ‘Dublin publications and stage representations: a survey of Moore’s Irish Melodies and Lalla Rookh’
Dr Sarah McCLeave is Senior Lecturer in Music in the School of AEL. Dr Triona O'Hanlon is Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the ERIN project.
Spring Seminar Series
The Seminars are weekly from 6 February to 15 May.
All welcome - come and join us!
All our Autumn 2016 Seminars are available for audio streaming.
Click here to see the programme and access the audio streams.
Irish Studies International lecture
The Institute hosts an annual International Irish Studies Lecture given by a distinguished academic or figure in public service.
Previous lecturers have included Prof Joe Lee (New York University), Prof Joep Leerssen (University of Amsterdam), Prof Elizabeth Malcolm (University of Melbourne) and Prof Marianne Elliott (University of Liverpool).
Irish Studies International Lecture 2017
Monday 12 June 2017 at 5pm - PFC 0G/007
This year's lecture will be given by Prof Richard Kearney (Boston College), on 'Commemoration: Trauma and Recovery'. It is co-hosted by the AHRC project 'Commemorating Partition and Civil Wars in Ireland, 2020-23'
Commemoration and conflict in Ireland, 1920-1922
Monday 12 June 2017
A Symposium hosted by the AHRC Project 'Commemorating Partition and Civil Wars in Ireland, 2020-23'
Irish Political and Cultural Identities: 1650-1850
A symposium on the varied Irish political and cultural identities between 1650 and 1850. 22 May 2017
This event is organised by QUB Postgraduate Researchers in association with the Centre for 18th-Century Studies. This is a free event, but please email email@example.com if you intend to attend.
Stateless Nations of the European Union in the Shadow of Brexit
Catalonia, Northern Ireland, and Scotland - 11 May 2017
A Symposium hosted by the Institute of Irish Studies, in association with the Public Diplomacy Council of Catalonia.
Postgrad Reading Group
The Reading Group in Irish Studies is open to all interested postgrads (MA and PhD), and is run by the Postgrads.
It will be led by Clare Rice (Law). The selected piece for discussion is titled "Understanding the 'Northern Irish' identity" and was presented in the Knowledge Exchange Seminar Series at Stormont by Prof. John Garry and Kevin McNicholl (QUB).
I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible. If anyone would like to volunteer for future sessions, please do get in touch. Feel free to pass this on to others who may be interested.