Since 1999, the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies has sponsored a summer graduate seminar that brings together Irish scholars, graduate students, and faculty in Irish Studies. An intense intellectual exchange and experience, the seminar has been a formative experience for scores of Notre Dame graduate students and their peers from universities around the world.
The Notre Dame Keough-Naughton Institute's 2019 interdisciplinary IRISH Seminar will bring graduate students together with students from other universities and major scholars in the field to explore Ireland's relationship with Britain . .in terms of history, literature and culture. 2019 Theme: "Ireland and Britian"
Confirmed speakers include: Lauren Arrington, John Banville, Thomas Barlett, Nicholas Canny, Enda Delaney, David Dwan, Roy Foster, Patrick Griffin, Margaret Kelleher, John Kelly, Declan Kiberd, Ian McBride, Michèle Mendelssohn, Máire Ní Mhaonaigh, Bernard O'Donoghue, Eve Patten, David Phinnemore, Louise Richardson, and Claire Wills.
For more information and for application details, see The IRISH Seminar.
For information about previous IRISH Seminars, read about "Ireland & Italy," the 2017 IRISH Seminar in Rome, "Classical Influences," the 2016 IRISH Seminar in Dublin and Kylemore Abbey, and "Peripheral Modernities?", the 2015 IRISH Seminar in Buenos Aires.
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