Reimagining Irish Studies for the 21st Century Book Launch
Publisher Peter Lang is hosting a virtual launch of Reimagining Irish Studies for the 21st Century, edited by Eamon Maher of Technological University Dublin and Eugene O’Brien of Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick on Thursday, 8 April at 5pm.
This is the 100th volume in the Reimagining Ireland Series, edited by Eamon Maher. It will be launched by Professor Anne Fogarty, Professor of James Joyce Studies, in University College Dublin. A letter of endorsement from Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland, will be read out at the event, and his Excellency M. Vincent Guérend, French Ambassador to Ireland, will also say a few words.
‘The multi-disciplinary interventions in this volume brilliantly succeed in revisiting and interrogating the field of Irish Studies, broadening its ambit, and mapping trajectories for future engagement. This is an insightful and explorative collection that expertly takes stock of Irish Studies whilst driving it forward.’
Anne Fogarty, Professor of James Joyce Studies, University College Dublin
‘This milestone hundredth volume in the series contains essays that reimagine the potential future of Irish Studies in a new century and is remarkable for its diversity, disciplinary range, and dash.’
Joe Cleary, Professor of English Studies, Yale University
More information about the book is available here.
What: Reimagining Irish Studies for the 21st Century Book Launch
When: Thursday, 8 April at 5pm
Meeting ID: 865 8201 3004