CFP: The Fifth Tudor & Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference, Maynooth University

Deadline: 20 April 2015

The Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference will take place at Maynooth University on 28 and 29 August 2015. Proposals for papers and panels on any aspect of Ireland during the Tudor and Stuart periods are now welcome, including:

– Print, propaganda, and public opinion

– Gender and society

– Poetry, literature, and song

– Ireland in a comparative/European Context

– Political and Economic history

– Material culture and the arts

– Religious/ecclesiastical history

– Writing (and rewriting) history

– Public engagement, heritage, and early modern Ireland

– Mobility, migration, and the Irish Abroad.

Postgraduates are particularly encouraged to offer papers. The closing date for proposals is Monday, 20 April 2015.

This year’s conference will feature plenary addresses by Prof.

Alexandra Walsham (Cambridge), and Dr Marie-Louise Coolahan (Galway), as well as a special panel session on public engagement.

The organisers are delighted to announce that postgraduate and international researchers submitting a paper proposal may apply for a bursary award to speak at the conference.  Further details can be found at www.tudorstuartireland.com/bursaries2015

See the website (www.tudorstuartireland.com) for the call for papers, or contact the organisers at 2015@tudorstuartireland.com for further information.

The Fifth Tudor & Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference is generously supported by the Irish Research Council New Foundations Scheme, Marsh’s Library, the Department of History, Maynooth University, and the UCD School of History and Archives.

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