11 March 2022 – 1 April
It is a pleasure to announce that registration for the ABEI Research Grant to a Junior Researcher is now open.
11 March 2022 – 1 April
In the year of the centenary of James Joyce’s Ulysses (1922), the Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies invites scholars and students, from in and outside Joyce Studies, to contribute to a Special Joyce issue. We welcome perspectives on Ulysses and any other works – critical or literary – by Joyce or related to Joyce, in the form of articles, reviews, interviews, translations, and reports.
Submit your contribution to email@example.com until August 31, 2022.
The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies invites submissions for its 2022 General Issue.
Deadline: Articles and reviews that are sent until 15 April will be published in the general issue of August 2022.
Eavan Boland stands out as a major female poet in the context of twentieth-century Irish writing. Author of more than twenty books of poems and prose writing, she paved the way for many writers in Ireland and abroad after denouncing the subsidiary role of women writers and calling for urgent changes in the Irish literary system. Boland’s innovative and inclusive views on poetry have facilitated the emergence of new women writers and critical approaches. After she passed away in April 2020, contemporary writers and scholars have felt the pressing need to address the impact of her work on twenty-first-century poetic tendencies. As a tribute to Eavan Boland’s life, writing and activism, the Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies celebrates this inspiring poet, critic and professor with a special issue. We invite contributions of up to 6000 words. Academic articles, reviews, interviews, and translations are welcome. The articles can cover any of the following topics:
- Eavan Boland’s dialogue with history
- Boland’s works and the open road for the dialogue between the canon and the margin(s) in the Irish context and abroad
- Critical readings of poetry before and after Eavan Boland’s works: feminist critical readings in Ireland and beyond
- The matter of influence – tradition, activism and contemporaneity
- Impact of Eavan Boland’s writing and activism on other writers
- Eavan Boland’s dialogue with other arts and other media
- Eavan Boland’s prose writings and their reception
- New readings of Eavan Boland
- Writers writing with, about and after Eavan Boland
- Ecocritical readings of Eavan Boland’s writing
- Translations of Eavan Boland
How to send ?
• Your document should be submitted in Word format (.doc)
• Follow MLA style (8th edition) - please notice that your work will not be accepted unless it follows the MLA stylesheet scrupulously
• Add a 150-to-200-word abstract below the title
• Add three to five key-words below the abstract
• Articles should not exceed 6,000 words (excluding title, abstract, and key-words), reviews, interviews, and translations 2,000 words
• Remove the author’s name from both the text and the properties of the document
• The deadline for submissions is 17th of July, 2021
• Send the article to firstname.lastname@example.org
Former issues of the ABEI Journal can be accessed at:
For informal inquiries or expressions of interest, please contact us directly:
Gisele Wolkoff email@example.com
Manuela Palacios firstname.lastname@example.org
We are delighted to announce that Camila Peruchi, from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) was awarded the ABEI/ESP Research Grant 2021.
The second and third places, Maria Clara Laeber and Filipe Chernicharo, will be awarded an honorable mention awards certificate and the registration fee for the X Jornada de Estudos Irlandeses and XVI Symposium of Irish Studies in South America waived.
The applications received were excellent; the process of evaluation was undertaken by a board consisting of Dr. Mariana Bolfarine, President of ABEI, Dr. Laura P.Z. de Izarra and Dr. Gisele Wolkoff.
It is a pleasure to announce the ABEI Research Grant to a Junior Researcher.
The purpose of the grant is to fund a Brazilian Junior Researcher in the field of Irish Studies. The grant is of R$3,600.00, to be paid in the period of four months, from March to July 2021. The Fellowship aims at developing research and activities related to Irish Studies in Brazil. It is expected an engagement of the selected candidate at the end of the programme by means of taking part in ABEI events and the publication of an article related to the field of studies.
How to proceed
The Editors of the ABEI Journal (e-ISSN: 2595-8127) invite you to contribute to the next general issue (volume 23, number 1) to be published in June 2021. The deadline for submissions is 29 February 2021.
Submissions are welcome in all interdisciplinary fields of Irish Studies and can be made in four categories: articles, reviews, interviews and translations. Articles should not exceed 6,000 words (excluding only title, abstract, and key-words), reviews, interviews, and translations 2,000 words. All submissions will be received by e-mail: email@example.com
Guidelines for submission
1. The journal accepts manuscripts in English only. Manuscripts should be from 8 to 15
pages long, Times New Roman 12, space 1,5, and be in Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx).
Reviews should follow the same format and be 2-3 pages long.
2. A 150-word Abstract must be included.
3. Information about the author's affiliation, institution, city and country must also be
supplied as a separate file, and not within the text.
4. Illustrations, graphs, and tables, with their numbers and captions, must also be supplied
as a separate file in print quality (include their source information whenever they have not
been created by the author of the manuscript). Authors must have permission to use any
element that they have taken from another source.
5. Endnotes should be numbered consecutively and placed at the end of the manuscript.
6. Quotes in a different language from the text should be followed by their translation as an
7. The reference list should appear at the end of the manuscript, alphabetized by authors’
last name in MLA style.
The Editors of the ABEI Journal (e-ISSN: 2595-8127) invite you to contribute to the next general issue (volume 23, number 1) to be published in June 2021.
CALL FOR SUBMISSION OF CRITICAL LANGUAGE TEACHING CLASSES WITH A FOCUS ON IRISH LITERATURE