“An Appreciation of Winifred Letts”  Dr. David Clare, Mary Immaculate College, UL Winifred Letts was born in Salford, in what is now Greater Manchester, in 1882 to an English vicar father and an Irish mother. As a child, she greatly enjoyed the…
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Gentle reminder: 11th International George Moore One-Day Online Conference - Sat 24 April 2021
Proposals due Jan 31!
George Moore at Home: with Women, Writers, Dramatists, Artists, in France and Ireland, in Salon and at Newgrange
You should trot over to @ArlenHouse & @publishingwomen for details of the 2021 list of new books, including this below - 'Look! It's A Woman Writer! Irish Literary Feminisms 1970-2020' - and many others ... https://twitter.com/ArlenHouse/status/1353804211419537408
Arlen House 2021 Highlights: A fascinating essay collection, Look! It’s a Woman Writer! Irish Literary Feminisms 1970‒2020, ed by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, foreword by @DevlinMartina, starts off a busy year for Ireland’s oldest press specialising in equality & diversity @ACNIWriting (1)
Fascinating new post on the blog from Prof Christine Kinealy on Jane Wilde (Speranza) and the Great Hunger - from her recent article in excellent @ReadingIreland
Check it out here:
#IrishStudies #OscarWilde #Speranza
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