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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 … Continue reading
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.
The SSNCI is delighted to announce that two members of the Society have been awarded bursaries, to the value of €150 each, to present their research at our Annual Conference at the University of Leicester in June 2019. They are: … Continue reading
We really enjoyed ACIS 2019! We were particularly delighted to be able to co-host a book launch with QUB Irish Studies and Liverpool UP. We launched two brilliant books: Marguérite Corporaal, Oona Frawley, and Emily Mark-FitzGerald (Eds), The Great Famine: … Continue reading
Starting in 2019, the SSNCI will be offering 2 conference bursaries to help PhD students/independent scholars attend our Annual Conference to present their research. These will be worth €150 each. For further information, see here.
The draft programme for our 2019 conference, ‘Dreams of the Future in Nineteenth-Century Ireland’ is now available. See here.
We are very pleased to announce that our 2019 Annual Lecture: “Maria Edgeworth and the late Scottish Enlightenment: correspondence and community” will be given by Dr. Jane Rendall, University of York. The lecture will take place at the National Library … Continue reading
Dreams of the Future in Nineteenth-Century Ireland SSNCI Annual Conference Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester, 27-28 June 2019 Call for Papers This conference will consider the history of the future in nineteenth-century Ireland. We are looking for papers … Continue reading