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The 8th Annual Tudor & Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference

August 24, 2018 - August 25, 2018
Queen’s University Belfast

United Kingdom

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Proposals for papers (20 minutes) are welcome on any aspect of Ireland during the Tudor and Stuart periods, including: 

  • Print, propaganda, and public opinion
  • Gender and society
  • Poetry literature and song 
  • Ireland in a comparative/European context
  • Political and economic history 
  • Archaeology, material culture and the arts
  • Religious/ecclesiastical history 
  • Writing (and rewriting) the past
  • Public engagement, heritage, and early modern Ireland
  • Ethnicity and identity
  • Innovation and change
  • Mobility, migration, and the Irish abroad

Postgraduates, postdoctoral scholars, early-career researchers, independent researchers, and scholars from the disciplines of History, English, Irish, Languages, Archaeology, Art History, Theology, Philosophy, Music, and Irish Studies are particularly welcome to submit proposals for consideration. Proposals that include an interdisciplinary element are appreciated. Proposals for panels around specific themes/subjects are strongly encouraged.

Abstracts of 250 words can be submitted through the conference website:

Plenary addresses will be delivered by Dr David Edwards (University College Cork) & Dr Deana Rankin (Royal Holloway,University of London).

Organising Committee:John Cunningham, David Heffernan, Romano Mullin, Karie Schultz and Ramona Wray

The Call for Papers will remain open until Wednesday 25 April 2018.

Queries relating to the conference should be emailed to the organisers at:

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