Irish Diaspora news
Free online lectures: Rippling Effects of The Great Irish Famine
Commencing 15 February, the series Rippling Effects of The Great Irish Famine will feature lectures from academics at Maynooth and Liverpool universities, Trinity College Dublin and Queen’s University Belfast amongst other experts. Lectures will be recorded for those unable to attend live.
Summer School Breton Language and Heritage Studies
10-21 June 2024
The University of Western Brittany is delighted to announce its sixth annual Summer School in Breton Language and Heritage Studies. Graduate, postgraduate students as well as university researchers and specialists with an interest in Celtic studies and the Breton language and culture in particular are warmly encouraged to apply. Motivated undergraduate students, non-academics with a foundation in Celtic language or linguistics are also welcome.
Pacific 'Celts'? Diasporas, cross-cultural dialogue and revitalized identity
23 to 24 October 2024
International and interdisciplinary symposium in person at the University of New Caledonia and online, organised by Noémie Beck, Senior Lecturer in British and Irish Studies (TROCA research unit, UNC) and Frédéric Armao, Assistant Professor in Anglophone Studies (Babel research unit, Toulon University), in partnership with the University of Toulon and the University of Savoie Mont Blanc.
Deadline for proposals: 15 March 2024.
Call for Papers: Society for the Study of 19th-Century Ireland 2024 Annual Conference
The SSNCI will stage its conference ‘Time in Nineteenth-Century Ireland’
28-30 June 2024
Glucksman Ireland House
New York University
Deadline: 29 February 2024
Upcoming interviews on YouTube Channel Imaginaire celtique (Season 2)
Stay tuned for upcoming interviews:
-"Who are the Celts?" Interview with Barry Cunliffe (Oxford University)
-"The Celtic Diaspora" Interview with Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin (Concordia University, Montreal)
-"Fionn mac Cumhaill" Interview with Natasha Sumner (Harvard University)