Tag: IASIL

RESEARCH PIONEERS 12: Tina O’Toole

Tina O’Toole has been recognised as a leading scholar in Irish women’s studies since her first full-length published work, the Dictionary of Munster Women Writers, emerged in 2005 and added important names to the growing list of Irish women writers who had long been… Continue Reading “RESEARCH PIONEERS 12: Tina O’Toole”

IASIL 2019 – ‘The Critical Ground’ and Women’s Literary History

Anna Pilz Over the course of a week in late July 2019, close to 300 scholars gathered at Trinity College Dublin to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ‘International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures’. Under the theme of ‘Critical Ground’, delegates and… Continue Reading “IASIL 2019 – ‘The Critical Ground’ and Women’s Literary History”