Find out more about EFACIS members and their teaching and research.

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Find out more about Centres of Irish Studies across Europe.

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The Irish Itinerary, an initiative EFACIS, is an Irish cultural tour of Europe.

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Latest Publications

NISN have published two issues of the NIS journal. One is a regular issue, Volume 15, Number 2, 2016, edited by Carmen Zamorano and Billy Gray, furthermore a second special issue, entitled 'Discourses of Inclusion and Exclusion:Artistic Renderings of Marginal Identities in Ireland' guest edited by Pilar Villar-Argaiz.

Those who are interested in purchasing a copy of either -or both - of the issues should contact Carmen Zamorano

The journal accepts submissions at any time throughout the academic year.

EFACIS Publications

Issue 1.2 Negotiations with the Past of RISE can be viewed and downloaded directly from the website.

Call for Papers for RISE 2.2 The House in Irish Culture can be viewed here

How to become a member of EFACIS ?

To become a member of EFACIS you have to fill in the membership form. The fee for a one-year subscription depends on whether you are associated with an association or centre for Irish studies. If you are an individual member, the fee is 30€; however if you are a member of an EFACIS Centre for Irish Studies or regional / national association (NISN / AEDEI / BAIS / SOFFIER), the fee is just 15€ annually. 

Please follow these steps to become an EFACIS member:

  1. Fill in the membership form including as much information as possible.
  2. Send the fee (30€ or 15€) to EFACIS account (the details will be emailed to you once you complete Step 1)
  3. Sign in to the website will your email address and password chosen during Step 1.

Being a member of EFACIS has several perks: you can present a paper at EFACIS conferences and seminars, add and alter information about your research, your centre and your publications on the EFACIS website, you gain access to the EFACIS mailing list and are eligible for EFACIS grants and bursaries.

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Participating Associations

  • University of Pecs Irish Studies Research Centre
  • The Irish department of Foreign Affairs
  • The French Association for Irish Studies (SOFEIR)
  • University of Debrecen Irish Studies Research Centre
  • Budapest Centre for Irish Studies
  • Florence Irish Studies Centre
  • Centre for Irish Studies, Charles University Prague
  • The Amergin University Institute of Research in Irish Studies
  • John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies
  • Leuven Centre for Irish Studies (LCIS)
  • Nordic Irish Studies Network (NISN)
  • Centre for Irish Studies at St Mary's University College, London
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