The NPPSH Organising Committe is very proud to present the conference proceedings from the first annual New Perspectives Postgraduate Symposium on the Humanities, NPPSH: Reflections: Volume 1 (2016).
In this session, we wish to place under scrutiny the contested values which undergird heritage and landscape inventorising and conservation in the postcolonial city.
Proposals for papers, or for panels of papers, are currently being invited to submit to the Annual Conference of the Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, which will be held at Maynooth University on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th November 2016.
Shane McGarry, a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities at Maynooth University, is seeking participants for an upcoming research study. The study (which comprises both a focus group and individual 1 on 1 interviews) focuses on how users interact with Digital Scholarly Editions such as The Letters of 1916, The Woodman Diary, and Vincent Van Gogh The Letters.
Calling all NPPSH’ers. We would like to bring your attention to an upcoming workshop taking place in Dublin, for those interested in designing, writing and coding for games. The Network in Play partners (including Coding Grace, gamedevelopers.ie, Imirt, Pulse College,Dogpatch Labs and Maynooth University) are organising three FREE workshops in Dublin in August/Sept. aimed at beginners who are interested in learning about designing, writing and coding for games.
Considering that NPPSH is a conference and network by postgraduates, for postgraduates, we would particularly like to draw attention to this call for papers in the Liverpool Postgraduate Journal of Irish Studies. After a successful first issue, editor Seán Hewitt now releases a call for papers for a second edition.
The NPPSH organising committee would like to draw attention to this call for chapters. In particular, we look to our delegates with a background in English literature and Irish culture as the editors are seeking contributors for a volume focused on science, technology, and Irish literature of the revival and modernist period.