Irish Studies Research Group returns with full spring scheduleFriday 22 January 2016
The Irish Studies Research Group is launching a series of public seminars that will run until mid-April and encompass a wide-ranging spectrum of Irish life.
Comprising of scholars from all areas of the University and beyond, the multi-disciplinary group aims to introduce cutting-edge research in the field of Irish life - be it political or cultural.
Contributions include Doctor Bryce Evans, who will present a seminar titled "How shall we kill the evening?: Degeneracy and second generation male adolescence in independent Ireland”, on Thursday 4th February.
This will be followed by:
- Professor Kenneth Newport, who will present a seminar on John Wesley and his impact on Ireland, on Thursday 18th February.
- Doctor Niamh Malone will present a paper titled The Playwright and the City: Remapping the generations from O'Casey to Bolger Wednesday 24th February.
- Doctor Fiona Pogson will present her work on an early Stuart 'vicereine': Elizabeth Wentworth, Countess of Strafford on Wednesday 10th March.
The group will also have many more guest speakers from other universities to grasp the wide-ranging scope of the research undertaken by the group.
All are welcome, if you have any queries or would like a full schedule of the seminars, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Irish Studies Research Group’s Twitter page, where the full schedule is available.