PUBLICATIONS

FORUM FOR MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES IN IRELAND
FORUM UM LÉANN NA MEÁN-AOISE AGUS AN RENAISSANCE IN ÉIRINN

 

Óenach: Journal of the FMRSI and Óenach: The JFMRSI Reviews are peer-reviewed, blind-reviewed online publications, and associated with the Forum’s online activities. Now that they have entered into fully-fledged existence, they have a brand new home all of their own, comprising: general descriptive information, the current calls for papers for the next issues, submission guidelines, and (in the fullness of time) the issues themselves:

http://óenach.wordpress.com

Cuttings: Newsletter of the FMRSI
is a monthly digest emailed to Forum members, with a selection of recent Forum activity and news – including Oenach and Village Green business – as well as some extra features. It should be regarded as a taster and supplement to this website, rather than a duplicate or a substitute. The first issue will be appearing in early Autumn 2008.

The Village Green: Comments, Notes, and Other Marginalia
is the Forum’s home for reflections and ruminations Medieval and Renaissance, from the aphorism to the treatise. Authors may be invited to (re)submit their contributions to Oenach: JFMRSI or to Oenach Reviews. As themed issues and Calls for Papers will reflect recent online Forum activity, The Village Green should be regarded as much as a step towards publication in Oenach as it is a discussion forum.

EDITORS

Ann Buckley, Trinity College Dublin
Carrie Griffin, University College Cork
Emer Purcell, University College Cork
Juliet O’Brien, University College Dublin / Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Trinity College Dublin

EDITOR (REVIEWS)

Ann Buckley, Trinity College Dublin

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD

Susan Boynton, Columbia University
Damian Bracken, University College Cork
Michael Dunne, NUI Maynooth
Marie Therese Flanagan, Queen’s University Belfast
Phyllis Gaffney, University College Dublin
Anthony Harvey, Royal Irish Academy
Colum Hourihane, Princeton University
Dan McCarthy, Trinity College Dublin
David Mackenzie, University College Cork
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Trinity College Dublin
Cormac Ó Cuilleanáin, Trinity College Dublin
Elisabeth Okasha, University College Cork
John Thompson, Queen’s University Belfast

[Why "óenach"? In case you were wondering...]

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