Truth, Innovation and Commitment: the Artistic Legacy of George Moore
October 24th and 25th, 2019
At the University of Almería, Spain. With sessions at Museo Arqueológico de Almería.
Conference Website: www2.ual.es/moore2019
Call for Papers - ABEI Journal Special Number 2020 "Word upon world: half a century of John Banville’s universes”
In 2020 it will be fifty years since John Banville published Long Lankin. As his career proves him to be not only one of the leading authors in Irish fiction, but in Europe and the world, the Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies will celebrate this wonderful philosopher and stylist with a special issue. We invite contributions up to 6000 words. Articles can explore any aspect of his published work, whether the eighteen novels under the Banville name, the ten novels under the soubriquet Benjamin Black, his plays, or, indeed, his non-fiction writing.
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"Cinematographic Representations of Split Cities: Belfast, Beirut and Berlin"
Lecturer: Profa. Dr. Stephanie Schwerter, Visiting the Université de Valenciennes
18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 25 March 2019, from 2 to 6 pm.
Room 131 of the Letras building FFLCH - USP
Listeners are welcome.
The W.B.Yeats Chair of Irish Studies will grant certificates for students with 90% attendance.
Inaugurating St. Patrick's Day celebrations, the event at Museu da Imigração will bring the public closer to the Irish culture and traditions with artistic presentations, gastronomy, workshops, lectures and exhibitions!
March 10th 2019
Museu da Imigração Rua Visconde de Parnaíba, 1316 - Mooca, 03164-300 São Paulo
10am to 6pm (tickets avaiable until 5pm)
Tickets: R$10,00 to get the tickets, click here
The call for application to the ABEI/Haddad Fellowship 2019-2020 is now open.
For further information, click here.
CALL FOR UCD MARIA HELENA KOPSCHITZ SCHOLARSHIP 2019
The School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin, is pleased to announce the
continuation of the Maria Helena Kopschitz Scholarship to enable a Brazilian student to pursue the
MA in Irish Literature and Culture, University College Dublin.
For more information, click here
CALL FOR PAPERS
ABEI JOURNAL (Vol. 21, no. 1)
The Editors of the ABEI Journal (ISSN: 2595-8127) invite you to contribute to the next general issue. The deadline for submissions is 15 April 2019. All submissions will be received through the Open Journal Systems. Please visit the ABEI Journal page (http://revistas.fflch.usp.br/abei) and log in or create an account. Submissions are welcome in all interdisciplinary fields of Irish Studies and can be made in four categories: articles, reviews, interviews and translations. Articles should not exceed 6,000 words (excluding only title, abstract, and key-words), reviews, interviews, and translations 2,000 words.
ABEI Journal is a Brazil-based international publication in the area of Irish literary or cultural studies. Submissions are accepted only in English. Double-blind peer-review applies to all submissions.
The Editors suggest the following topics, but in no way want to limit the contributions to them:
Please observe the following rules: