CFP: Varieties of Irishness (Ireland) (1/20/07; IASIL, 7/16/07-7/20/07)

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IASIL Conferences
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conference@iasil.org

The 2007 IASIL conference takes place at University College Dublin

Monday 16 July - Friday 20 July

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS - Deadline 20 January 2007

Varieties of Irishness
The International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures invites you
to attend the 2007 conference at University College Dublin. The Conference
theme is designed to highlight the diversity which has always been at the
heart of Irish writing and to accommodate the widespread interests of IASIL
delegates.

The Conference activities will take place on the extensive campus of
University College Dublin located at Belfield, Dublin, 4, four miles from
the city centre. The conference activities will chiefly take place in the
Global Irish Institute Building near the entrance to campus; the closing
dinner will be held in the O’Reilly Hall. Accommodation choices will include
five-star student accommodation in the Glenomena Residences and the Montrose
Hotel beside the campus, which will be offering a special rate to delegates.

Proposals for papers of twenty minutes’ duration (i.e. papers that, when
completed, will be approx. 2,800 words in length) are welcome on any aspect
of the literatures of Ireland, especially those on the conference theme.
Please include the following information with your proposal:

• A 300 word description of your paper;

• The full title of your paper;

• Your name, postal address and e-mail address;

• Your institutional affiliation and position (e.g. Professor, Lecturer,
Postgraduate Student, etc.);

• Any AV requirements you might have;

• Your IASIL membership status (i.e. present member, membership to be
renewed, membership application submitted/to be submitted).

Most participants in the conference will submit individual papers and be
allocated to panels by the conference organisers.

We are also offering participants the opportunity to form their own panels.
Panel proposals are being accepted from:

• Groups of 3 or 4 people who wish to deliver papers around one theme;

• Individuals who will issue their own calls for papers for the conference.

At present, we are asking the latter to submit proposals only. Details of
speakers, when available, are welcome – but these need not be finalised
until a later date.

All speakers must be members of IASIL. To join IASIL, go to the membership
page.

All speakers must pay the conference registration fee in advance.
Registration details will be posted online in April 2007.

All speakers are responsible for their own registration, travel and visa
arrangements, and accommodation. We will provide relevant information on
this site.

If you are making your submission by e-mail, please do so the conference
organiser, Professor Anthony Roche, at avroche_at_eircom.net. Please send your
proposal in plain text in the body of your e-mail and as an attachment in a
Word document. E-mailed confirmation of receipt of all e-mails will be sent
within 10 working days.

If you are making your submission by post, please do so to: Professor
Anthony Roche, School of English and Drama, University College Dublin,
Belfield, Dublin, 4, Ireland.

Organising panel: Dr. John Brannigan; Professor Andrew Carpenter; Professor
Anne Fogarty; Professor Gerardine Meaney.

IASIL 2007 is hosted by the School of English and Drama and the Global Irish
Institute at University College Dublin.

Keynote Speakers: Professor Anne Fogarty (University College Dublin),
Professor Nicholas Grene (Trinity College Dublin), Professor Cheryl Herr
(University of Iowa), Professor Declan Kiberd (University College Dublin)

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twentieth_century_and_beyond