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.
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History Studies invites articles for inclusion in Volume 21 of the journal. Befitting current global events, the theme for this year’s issue is ‘In times of crisis’. More details can be found at https://historystudiesjournal.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/
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Part two of this fine doc from Made in Manchester on now . Glad to be in good company with Prof Barry Doyle, Prof Howard Philips, @honigsbaum @chriscolvin and many other good colleagues. BBC Radio 4 - Pandemic 1918 https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000j2tzDr Sophie Cooper@SophcoCooper
Have any Irish literature scholars got any suggestions for our alumna @SophcoCooper for @Australia_Irish AJIS book reviews? https://twitter.com/SophcoCooper/status/1263772495502610434
With the @Australia_Irish AJIS book reviews for 2020 collated, I'm starting to think forward to issue 2021. One thing that I noticed when pulling together reviewers this year was the dearth of literature people - so if you are an Irish literature-ist, what do you want to read?
Another fantastic resource is The Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland by John Bateman (1879). It lists owners of estates with 3,000 acres & upwards in England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland. Listed is Thomas Conolly MP @opwcastletown with land in Kildare, Dublin & Donegal!2
So my book "Shame & the Anti-Feminist Backlash: Britain, Ireland & Australia 1890-1920" is currently FREE (for a 7 day download) or $15 for a permanent version:2
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