Irish Studies in Europe is the title of a series of peer-reviewed academic publications in Irish Studies. The series is edited by Katharina Rennhak (University of Wuppertal), Seán Crosson (NUI Galway), and Hedwig Schwall (KU Leuven), and aims to publish new research from within the humanities and social sciences on all aspects of the history, society, and culture of Ireland, Northern Ireland and the Irish diaspora. The programme of this series is a deliberate reflection of the objectives of The European Federation of Associations and Centres of Irish Studies (EFACIS), under whose aegis the series is published.
The "European" dimension suggested by the series' title is an indication of a prioritised, but by no means exclusive, concentration on European perspectives on Irish Studies. With such an "etic" approach the publications in this series contribute to the progress of Irish Studies by providing a special viewpoint on Irish history, society, literature and culture. The series also documents the vitality and wide variety of European traditions of Irish Studies as an inter-, trans-, and multi-disciplinary field of research and teaching.
Irish Studies in Europe has received wide recognition for the high standard of the publications in the series and is indexed with both the Web of Science and the MLA International Bibliography.
We are now accepting proposals for single-author monographs as well as edited collections, for more information, please contact one of the series editors with a completed Author Proposal Form