The American Conference for Irish Studies is a multidisciplinary scholarly organization with approximately 1500 members in the United States, Ireland, Canada, and other countries around the world. The website includes conference announcements and CFPs, information about the organization and its book prizes, and a guide to Irish Studies in the United States.
Organization of Irish individuals engaged in creative activities across the humanities, including music, literature and the visual arts. Funded by the Irish government through the Arts Council.
Irish government agency to advise on arts-related matters and manage official funding for artists. The site offers among its new web resources The Virtual Gallery and The Virtual Library. Downloadable information on artistic grants and application forms.
British government agency distributing proceeds from the National Lottery to the arts in Northern Ireland.
The Heritage Council, which was established in 1995, proposes policies and priorities for the identification, protection, preservation and enhancement of the national heritage, including monuments, archaeological objects, documents and genealogical records, architectural heritage, flora, fauna, wildlife habitats, landscapes, seascapes, wrecks, and geology. Information available on publications, current events, and grants. Downloadable application forms available, as well as its reports and policy documents.
The state-supported agency for the promotion of Ireland's literature in translation.
Founded in 1731 to advance the arts, sciences, agriculture and industry in Ireland. Information on organization activities, including calendar listing. Booking information for and listing of events at the International Convention and Exhibition Center in Ballsbridge. Membership information, including benefits and application materials.
An institute to facilitate and support in depth research and learning into the experiences of the Irish in the Western United States and their links to contemporary Ireland. Furthers the study of the Irish-American West and of contemporary Ireland by providing the technical and human infrastructure necessary to serve as a physical and virtual hub for linking and supporting Irish Studies students and researchers. Information on electronic resources, lecture series, and fellowships.
The official site of the Foundation established in 1985 to preserve Joyce's memory for the literary world in general and, particularly, for Zurich, where Joyce spent several productive years. Contains information on Foundation activities, workshops and other events, scholarships to use Foundation resources, and historical information on Joyce in Zurich.