|4th July 2008
End of Term 2008
A celebration in Eauzone, one of Sunderland's premier night spots. See Gallery
|22nd May 2008
A NEICN Seminar with speakers Dr Katie Gough of the University of Glasgow, Dr Melissa Sihra of Trinity College Dublin and Paddy Lyons of the University of Glasgow.
|12-15 September 2007
||Louis MacNeice: Centenary Conference and Celebration
Queen’s University Belfast
|14th - 16th September 2007
||New Irelands - Call for conference papers
An interdisciplinary international conference 14-16 September 2007 under the combined auspices of the British Association for Irish Studies, the Institute of Irish Studies and the Department of Politics of the University of Liverpool.
|22 - 24th June 2007
||Annual Conference of The Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland
University of Glasgow
|15th May 2007
||Irish Ambassador invited director of NEICN to attend historic occasion
Taoiseach Bertie Ahern addressed a joint session of the House of Commons and the House of Lords at Westminster
|3rd May 2007
Paddy Lyons (University of Glasgow) lecture on Brian Friel’s Love Scenes at the Design Centre, University of Sunderland. Hosted by the University of Sunderland and Durham University.
|17th March 2007
||NEICN Charity Ball
||Writers at York, A reading by John Banville
University of York
|26th January 2007
||Professor Willy Maley, 'Exchanging Pleasantries with the Peasantry: Playboys, Ploughboys, Prostitutes, Protestants and Priests'
|13th to 15th December 2006
||Universidad de Sevilla – Facultad de Filología
6th EFACIS CONFERENCE: Dreaming the Future, New Horizons / Old Barriers in 21st Century Ireland.
|25th October 2006
||Forum and Debate, Literary Theory: What is it and Do we need it? Professor Terry Eagleton.
|23rd October 2006
||naugural Lecture: Irish Poetry and the English Language, Professor Stephen Regan, Co-Director of NEICN
|10th July 2006
||James Joyce study day
|29th March 2006
||“A Few Shakes of a Bard's Tale: Recent Irish Appropriations of Shakespeare”. Introduced by Professor Kate Chedgzoy, University of Newcastle, and hosted by Professor Willy Maley (University of Glasgow).
|22nd February 2006
||:“Mrs Harrison’s Petition: a new look at Swift’s Dublin verse” Professor Andrew Carpenter, (University College, Dublin), the University of Durham
|21st February 2006
: “A Tale of a Tub as an Irish Text” Professor Andrew Carpenter, (University College, Dublin), the University of Sunderland.