The Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies Early Career Researcher webinar series returns for another year at 4pm on Tuesday 17th, 24th, 31st October and 7 November 2023.
The RIISS New Voices in Irish and Scottish Studies webinar series is returning for a fourth year. These sessions are aimed at staff and students interested in hearing more about emerging new work within Scottish and Irish Studies. As always the series is highly interdisciplinary with papers from early career scholars in a range of Arts and Humanities disciplines.
Please find below a list of upcoming speakers:
- 17th October: Dr James Little (University College Dublin) '"If you don't stop quick, I'll put you inside!" Teresa Deevy’s Carcera Homes'
- 24th October: Dr Marcus Jack (Glasgow School of Art) 'Come Dancing: queer disclosures in predecriminalisation filmmaking from Scotland'
- 31st October: Dr Annie Webster (University of Edinburgh) 'Placemaking Practices in Stories of the Syrian New Scots'
- 7th November: Clare Loughlin (University of Aberdeen) The Popish Masquerade: Popery and the Politics of the Hanoverian Succession in Scotland
Talks are taking place on Tuesday afternoons at 4pm between October 17th and November 7th. Seminars are entirely online and can be accessed via Microsoft Teams.
If you'd like to recieve a link to the event and are not a member of research staff or a research postgraduate student in the schools of Language, Literature, Music, and Visual Culture or Divinity, History, Philosophy, and Art History please contact Dr Sarah Sharp (email@example.com).