Our latest volume, Happiness in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, has been published by Liverpool University Press and distributed to Members. It is edited by Mary Hatfield. Click here to learn more about this new volume.
Our Annual Lecture for 2021 will be given by Dr. Ciaran O’Neill of Trinity College Dublin, at 7pm on Tuesday 19 January 2021. With the assistance of the National Library of Ireland, the lecture will be held online via Zoom. The title of Dr. O’Neill’s lecture will be: ‘Searching for a “normal” Irish person: metrics and … Annual Lecture 2021
Submissions are welcome for this year’s Essay Prize, which highlights the work of an early-career researcher, non-tenured faculty, or someone in a profession outside academia on any aspect of 19th-c. Ireland. The prize carries a value of €/£250. Entries are welcome until the deadline of 31 January 2021. Details about the prize and guidelines for … 2020/21 Essay Prize
Our latest volume, Figures of Authority in Nineteenth-Century Ireland has been published by Liverpool University Press and distributed to Members. It is edited by Raphaël Ingelbien and Susan Galavan. Click here to learn more about this new volume
Our 2020 Annual Conference at University College Cork, ‘Dwelling(s) in Nineteenth-Century Ireland’, has been postponed until 2021 because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The conference organisers, Dr. Jay Roszman, Dr. Heather Laird, and Dr. Maeve O’Riordan, have said: “Due to the effects of the Coronavirus, and the unprecedented uncertainty it has caused, the organisers have decided … 2020 conference postponed until 2021
Our latest edited volume has been published and posted to members. It is the result of our Annual Conference at the University of Southampton in June 2016, and is published as: Matthew Kelly (ed.), Nature and the Environment in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Liverpool University Press, published November 2019). Buy a copy (and see table of … Nature and the Environment volume published
Our Annual Lecture for 2020 has been announced. Our speaker will be Dr. Sarah Roddy of the University of Manchester. See here for further information.
The Call for Papers for our 2020 Annual Conference is now available here. The theme will be ‘Dwelling(s) in Nineteenth-Century Ireland’, and it will be held at University College Cork on 25-26 June 2020.
Our website now contains information about our new essay prize, to be awarded for the first time in 2020. See here for more information. We have also recently launched a project to release digitisations of our past volumes. See here for more.
Our Annual Conference will be held at the University of Leicester on 27-28 June 2019. The final programme is now available on this website.