Our Irish Studies Research Seminar Series runs weekly on Monday afternoons at 4.15 (note new starting time). Seminars are open to members of the university and the public. Come and join us!
Our next seminar is on Monday 23 March at 4.15pm in 27 University Square 01.003. Prof Emer Nolan (Maynooth) will speak on ‘Women of the second wave: nationalism in Irish feminism’ [POSTPONED UNTIL AUTUMN]
The Institute hosts an annual International Irish Studies Lecture given by a distinguished academic or figure in public service.
Previous lecturers have included Prof Pat Palmer (Maynooth), Prof David Lloyd (University of California, Riverside), Prof Richard Kearney (Boston College), 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).
[POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS]
Dates: 13/02/2020 - 14/02/2020
Time: 2:00PM - 2:34PM
Location: Institute of Irish Studies (27 University Square), Queen's University Belfast
The Reading Group in Irish Studies is open to all interested postgrads (MA and PhD), and is run by the Postgrads.
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