CFP: Grave Matters: Death and dying in Dublin 1500 – 2000

On Saturday 12 of April 2014 a one day conference in Glasnevin cemetery organised by the Dublin City Research Group will explore explore the social, economic, legal and medical aspects of dying in Dublin 1500-2000. The Dublin City Research group invites relevant papers from researchers in all disciplines who are undertaking Continue reading CFP: Grave Matters: Death and dying in Dublin 1500 – 2000

CFP: ISSCL Conference on Children’s Literature

The second biannual Irish Society for the Study of Children’s Literature (ISSCL) conference will take place on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th March 2014 at  An Foras Feasa, NUI Maynooth.

The conference theme is ‘Be Merry and Wise: Children’s Literature from Chapbooks to the Digital Age’. The call for papers is open Continue reading CFP: ISSCL Conference on Children’s Literature

CFP: Reading, Writing and Religion, 1660-1830

Papers, short presentations and reports are invited for a free, one day colloquium on the theme of ‘Reading, Writing and Religion, 1660-1830’ to be held at Queen Mary, University of London on 7 December 2013. The event is being organised by the Writing Religion Research Network, which aims to bring together Continue reading CFP: Reading, Writing and Religion, 1660-1830

CFP: ISECS International Seminar

The International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ISECS) invites applications from scholars in all fields of eighteenth-century studies within the context of a one-week International Seminar for Early Career Eighteenth-Century Scholars entitled ‘C18 Arts of Communication: in manuscript, in print, in the arts, and in person’. The International Seminar will be held from Monday 8 Continue reading CFP: ISECS International Seminar

CFP: Collegial Communities in Exile

Proposals for papers and panels are invited for a conference entitled ‘Collegial Communities in Exile: New histories of the Irish, English, Scots, Dutch and other colleges founded on the continent in the early modern period’ which will take place at Mary Immaculate College on 19-20 June 2014.