CFP deadline Fri 15 April: Tudor and Stuart Ireland

A reminder that the deadline for proposals to the Tudor and Stuart Ireland conference is this Friday, 15 April 2016.

This year the conference will feature a special panel on Shakespeare and Ireland.

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The 6th Annual Tudor & Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference will be held at the National University of Ireland, Galway, on 19-20 August 2016.  This year’s programme will feature plenary speakers Prof. Mary O’Dowd (Queen’s University Belfast), and Prof. Andrew Hadfield (University of Sussex), as well as a special panel session ‘Shakespeare and Ireland’.

Call for Papers

Proposals for papers (20 minutes) are now welcome on any aspect of Ireland or the Irish abroad during the Tudor and Stuart periods, including:

♦ Print, propaganda, and public opinion
♦ Gender and society
♦ Poetry, literature, and song
♦ Ireland in a comparative/European context
♦ Political and economic history
♦ Material culture and the arts
♦ Religious/ecclesiastical history
♦ Writing (and rewriting) the past
♦ Public engagement, heritage, and early modern Ireland
♦ Ethnicity and identity
♦ Innovation and change
♦ Mobility, migration, and the Irish abroad

Postgraduates, postdoctoral scholars, early-career researchers, independent researchers, and scholars from the disciplines of English, Irish, archaeology, art history, theology, philosophy, music, and Irish studies are particularly welcome to submit proposals for consideration. Proposals that include an interdisciplinary element are strongly encouraged.

Abstracts of 250 words can be submitted by clicking here.

The call for papers will close on 15 April 2016


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The 6th Annual Tudor & Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference is generously supported by the President’s Award for Excellence in Research (awarded to Prof. Steven Ellis), NUI Galway, the Moore Institute, NUI Galway, the Discipline of History, NUI Galway and the Society for Renaissance Studies.

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