Online registration for the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference in Armagh will close at midnight on Wednesday, 4 June 2014.
If you wish to register online or find out more about the conference, please visit our Annual Conference page.
Alun Withey will give a lecture entitled ‘Medicine, Charity and the Infirmary in Eighteenth-Century Britain?’ in the Edward Worth Library at 3 pm on 27 May.
The lecture will be followed by the launch of the ‘Dr Steevens’ Hospital: A History’ online exhibition. For more details, see www.edwardworthlibrary.ie.
A colloquium on ‘Ireland and the Colonies, 1775-1947’ will be held at Queen’s University Belfast on 3-5 June 2014.
Registration is free. Places are limited so early registration (before 23 May 2014) is advised. Please see the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities (ICRH) website for further details.
Online Registration for the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Annual Conference to be held in Armagh on 6-8 June 2014 is now open!
Please visit the Annual Conference page of our website for further details.
The Irish Historic Towns Atlas annual seminar, ‘Maps and Texts: using the Irish Historic Towns Atlas – Georgian and Victorian Towns’, will take place in Academy House, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 on Friday 23 May 2014.
The third and final seminar in the ‘Maps and Texts: using the Irish Historic Towns Continue reading IHTA Annual Seminar
Professor Catriona Seth (Université de Lorraine-World Leading Researcher at Queen’s University Belfast), will deliver the 2013-14 Belfast Lecture on Urban Culture organised by the Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies at QUB, at 6pm on Tuesday 6 May 2014, 12 University Square, Room 101.
The lecture is entitled ‘The curious case of Mademoiselle de Continue reading Urban Culture Lecture, 6 May 2014
Cork University Press requests the pleasure of your company at an event to celebrate the publication of Andrew Carpenter and Lucy Collins (eds), The Irish Poet and the Natural World: An Anthology of Verse in English from the Tudors to the Romantics.
The book will be launched by Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin on Continue reading Launch: The Irish Poet and the Natural World
Proposals for papers on eighteenth-century topics, and particularly proposals for papers that address any aspect of the theme ‘encounters’ throughout the long eighteenth century, are invited for the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Postgraduate and Early Career Scholars Conference to be held in Venice, Italy, on 23-24 July 2014. Proposals for Continue reading CFP: BSECS Postgrad and Early Career Conference
The Eighteenth-Century Research Group, University of Limerick & Mary Immaculate College will hold a one-day symposium entitled ‘Editing Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Process and Dissemination’. The symposium will take place in the Board Room, Plassey House, University of Limerick on 2 May 2013.
All are welcome, but, Continue reading Editing Eighteenth-Century Ireland Symposium
The 15th David Nichol Smith Seminar organizing committee is pleased to announce that they will be able to offer a limited number of travel grants to expand postgraduate participation in the 2014 ‘Ideas and Enlightenment’ conference (click here for further details).
These grants are provided through generous funding contributions from the Faculty Continue reading David Nichol Smith Seminar Travel Grants
The Sydney Intellectual History Network and ‘Putting Periodisation to Use’ Research Group at the University of Sydney invite you to the Fifteenth David Nichol Smith Seminar (DNS), with the theme ‘Ideas and Enlightenment’. Inaugurated and supported by the National Library of Australia, the DNS conference is the leading forum for eighteenth-century Continue reading CFP: David Nichol Smith Seminar – ‘Ideas & Enlightenment’
The programme for the one-day symposium entitled ‘Grave Matters: Death and Dying in Dublin’, which will be held at The Milestone Gallery, Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, on Saturday, 12 April 2014 is now available to download here.
For further information contact [email protected] or visit the City of Dublin Research Group website http://www.tcd.ie/CISS/dublinresearchgroup.php.
(Glasnevin Cemetery Continue reading Grave matters: Death and Dying in Dublin
The 4th Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference will convene on 29 & 30 August 2014 in NUI Maynooth.
Proposals for papers, 20 minutes in length, are now welcome on any aspect of Ireland during the Tudor and Stuart eras, including:
Abstracts of 300 words for 20 minute presentations are invited for ‘Women on the Edge’ Postgraduate and Early Career Research Conference to be held on 7-8 March 2014 at Queen’s University Belfast. The deadline for abstracts is 5pm on Friday 17 January 2014.
The 2014 Annual Conference of the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society will take place in two venues in Armagh city (the Armagh Public Library and the cardinal Tomas Ó Fiaich Library and Archive) on 6-8 June.
Proposals are invited for twenty-minute papers (in English or Irish) on any aspect of eighteenth-century Ireland, including its Continue reading CFP: ECIS Annual Conference 2014
The Centre Culturel Irlandais/Irish College Paris is offering two Fellowship bursaries to encourage research on its Old Library and Historical Archives collections.
The purpose of the Fellowships is to establish the intellectual and academic value of the holdings. The Old Library contains 8000 volumes (from the 15th to the 19th century). Once Continue reading Two Fellowships at the Centre Culturel Irlandais/Irish College Paris
A conference entitled ‘Ireland and Ecocriticism’ will take place in University College Cork on 19-21 June 2014. The conference hopes to attract contributions from a variety of disciplines, not just across the arts, but, ideally, breaching the divide between the arts and sciences. Proposals for both English- and Irish-language contributions, papers Continue reading CFP: Ireland and Ecocriticism
Applications are invited for the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS) Irish-American Travel Grant Scheme 2013-14. The purpose of the award is to support documentary scholarship on Ireland in the period between the Treaty of Limerick (1691) and the Act of Union (1800), by enabling North American-based scholars to travel to Continue reading ASECS Irish-American Travel Grants 2013-14
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
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
The Twelfth Dublin Symposium on Jonathan Swift will take place on Saturday, 19 October 2013 at 15.15. The theme of this year’s symposium ‘On the Threshold of Saint Patrick’s’, focusses on events in Swift’s life at the time of his installation as Dean of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in June 1713 – Continue reading Twelfth Dublin Symposium on Jonathan Swift
The 2014 Annual Conference of the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society will take place in two venues in Armagh city (the Armagh Public Library and the cardinal Tomas Ó Fiaich Library and Archive) on 6-8 June 2014. Plenary speakers include: David Hayton, Queen’s University Belfast; Aileen Douglas, Trinity College Dublin; and Patrick Crotty, Continue reading Annual Conference 2014
Now you can read and share the latest ECIS news and events on the go! The website of The Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society now has a responsive design to facilitate users of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Social media sharing buttons for services such as Twitter and Facebook have also Continue reading ECIS Website Re-design
Abstracts of 300 words are invited for a conference entitled ‘Twenty Years a Growing: An International Conference on the History of Irish Childhood from the Medieval to the Modern Age’, to be held at St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra, Dublin, on the 9- 10 June 2014. Please see http://irishchildhood.wordpress.com for further information.
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
The annual meeting of the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies invites proposals for papers and sessions dealing with any aspect of the long eighteenth century, not only in Britain, but also throughout Europe, North America, and the wider world. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 20 October 2013, and registration Continue reading CFP: BSECS 43rd Annual Conference
The Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies at Indiana University announces the thirteenth annual Bloomington Eighteenth-Century Workshop on the theme of ‘Eighteenth-Century Hospitalities’ which will take place May 14-16, 2014. For further information and the Call for Papers see: http://www.indiana.edu/~voltaire/workshop.html.
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
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.
Dr Willa Murphy (UU) is organising a series of events to raise awareness of, and celebrate the life of, Bishop Hervey, including a conference with keynote lectures by Professor Thomas Bartlett and Professor Terry Eagleton. The summer school will take place 29-31 August 2013, in the Magilligan-Limavady-Downhill area. Please see the Continue reading Hervey Summer School