Tudor and Stuart Ireland - “Culture, Identity and Power”
School of History & Archives and Humanities Institute of Ireland,
University College Dublin.
Friday 2 - Saturday 3 September 2011
Proposals are sought for papers and panels focusing on the themes of Culture, Identity and Power during the Tudor and Stuart eras in Ireland. Proposals from all disciplines are welcome in order to encourage discussion on as many aspects of the period as possible, including:
resistance and response to power struggles
shifting cultural patterns
political, religious and legal history
contemporary literature and poetry
international dimensions and comparative approaches
women in early modern Ireland
archaeological research relating to the period
economy and finance
Suggestions for panels connected with the conference theme are welcome. Postgraduate students are particularly encouraged to offer papers.
Proposals for 20-minute papers should be submitted, with a 250-word abstract, to the conference organizers: Suzanne Forbes, Neil Johnston and Eoin Kinsella at firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for proposals is Friday, 29 April 2011.
Please see www.tudorstuartireland.com for more information.
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