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IRISH ITINERARY

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

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This book analyses poetry and prose written by combatant and non-combatant Irish writers during the First World War, focusing on key works influenced by Irish, English and European literary traditions. It highlights the complex positions adopted by writers in relation to the international conflict and to Irish debates about nationhood, which resist reduction to the simple binaries of Unionist/pro-war and Nationalist/anti-war. The book goes on to discuss the literature of the decades following the war, looking at how the conflict was remembered in the two parts of the now divided island, both by individuals and collectively, and investigating the dynamic interrelationship between personal recollection and public memory. In conclusion, the author discusses contemporary literature about the war, which often examines family memory as well as collective memory, and explores its role in the narrative of nationhood, both north and south of the border.

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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. 

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 listserv, you receive a free copy of the latest issue of Irish Studies in Europe, our series of publications in Irish Studies.

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Participating Associations

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