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DEADLINE EXTENSION! "110 Myles: Flann O'Brien at a Distance" Online Symposium

DEADLINE EXTENSION! "110 Myles: Flann O'Brien at a Distance" Online Symposium

Posted by Paul Fagan on 2021-06-07

Thanks to all who submitted abstracts to 110 Myles: Flann O’Brien at a Distance, an online symposium on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the International Flann O'Brien Society! Given the current circumstances, we are happy to announce a deadline extension until 25 June 2021.Send talk or panel proposals of max 500 words (with a short bionote) to the organisers [...]

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2021 International Flann O'Brien Awards Shortlists Announced!

2021 International Flann O'Brien Awards Shortlists Announced!

Posted by Paul Fagan on 2021-06-07

Sincere thanks to all who voted in the 2021 International Flann O'Brien Awards. We are delighted to announce the shortlisted candidates below. Based on the public votes, there are 2 shortlisted nominees for Best Book 2019–20, and 7 shortlisted nominees for Best Article 2019–20.The winners will be chosen from the shortlists by impartial judges appointed from outside the [...]

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Vote Now! Flann O'Brien Society Awards Now Open, Longlist Below

Vote Now! Flann O'Brien Society Awards Now Open, Longlist Below

Posted by Paul Fagan on 2021-04-15

2021 International Flann O’Brien Society Awards The Father Kurt Fahrt, S.J. Memorial PrizesLonglist and NominationsEvery two years, to coincide with the International Flann O’Brien Society conference, the Society awards two official prizes to the best book-length publication and best essay-length publication on the writing, life, and reception of Brian O'Nolan (pseud. Flann O'Brien, Myles na [...]

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Flann O'Brien & Lewis Carroll: ONLINE Lecture 1 April

Flann O'Brien & Lewis Carroll: ONLINE Lecture 1 April

Posted by Paul Fagan on 2021-03-25

You are invited to join the 2021 Mylesday LectureBeating Time: Flann O'Brien in WonderlandDr Paul Fagan (Salzburg University)Thursday 1 April 2021, 7pm (GMT)Hosted by the Lewis Carroll SocietyJoin Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/84806727509?pwd=RFd5bEdQbUo5U0lzUGF5OFFDeXMvQT09Meeting ID: 848 0672 7509Passcode: 517862 FacebookFor details, updates, reminders, click GOING or INTERESTED in [...]

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110 Myles: Flann O'Brien at a Distance: ONLINE SYMPOSIUM

110 Myles: Flann O'Brien at a Distance: ONLINE SYMPOSIUM

Posted by Paul Fagan on 2021-03-17

110 Myles:Flann O’Brien at a Distance An online symposium on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the International Flann O'Brien Society 24–27 July 2021 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Nicholas Allen (University of Georgia)‘Flann O'Brien at the Border: Readings, Forms, and Futures’ Julie Bates (Trinity College Dublin)‘Writing with Air in The Third Policeman’ Ondřej Pilný [...]

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The Parish Review & New Flann O'Brien Book: ONLINE LAUNCH

The Parish Review & New Flann O'Brien Book: ONLINE LAUNCH

Posted by Paul Fagan on 2020-10-25

Join The Parish Review at a special Online Event...ONLINE FLANN O'BRIEN BOOK & JOURNAL LAUNCHThursday 29 October, 18:00 Dublin TimeSee the poster below for the great line-up of speakers!Email viennacis.anglistik@univie.ac.at to receive the link

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Changes to the Editorial Board

Changes to the Editorial Board

Posted by Paul Fagan on 2020-10-16

Everyone at The Parish Review: Journal of Flann O'Brien Studies would like to offer our sincere and heartfelt thanks to outgoing general editor Jennika Baines, who has been so pivotal to The Parish's Review's growth over the last years and in the journal's transition to the Open Library of Humanities. Jennika is replaced on the editorial board by Maebh Long (University of Waikato), the author of [...]

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'Bureaucratic Poetics: Brian O’Nolan and the Irish Civil Service' Online Workshop & Special Issue of The Parish Review

'Bureaucratic Poetics: Brian O’Nolan and the Irish Civil Service' Online Workshop & Special Issue of The Parish Review

Posted by Paul Fagan on 2020-09-01

Bureaucratic Poetics:Brian O’Nolan & the Irish Civil ServiceOnline Workshop, November 26–27 2020 Keynote speakersDr Martin Maguireauthor of The Civil Service and the Revolution in Ireland, 1912–38: ‘Shaking the blood-stained hand of Mr Collins’(Manchester University Press, 2008)Dr Jonathan Pattersonauthor of Villainy in France, 1463–1610: A Transcultural Study of Law and Literature (Oxford [...]

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