NETEC and Irish Studies at UVigo commemorate the one hundred years of ULYSSES
In her conversation with M. Teresa Caneda-Cabrera, Evelyn Conlon discusses the impact of the lockdowns and her aversion to ‘doomscrolling’; being a writer who is a feminist and being political by engaging in stories that are not considered the norm; using literature to dip into the corridors of truth while history sticks to the facts; reworking Joyce’s story ‘Two Gallants’; and being more Irish when you are away from Ireland. The author also reads two excerpts from her work.The podcast can be accessed here
NETEC members participate in AEDEI 2022 and in AEDEAN 2022.
We are proud to announce that our NETEC research has been represented at the two annual conferences of the major national associations of Angloamerican Studies and Irish Studies.
NETEC SEMINAR SERIES ON INTERSECTIONALVULNERABILITIES 2022: I: Women’s Voices in Contexts of Conflict / II: Writers' Voices in Times of Crisis
Co-organised by Research Group NETEC and Research Project INTRUTHS 2 "Articulations of Individual and Communal Vulnerabilities in Contemporary Irish Writing" PID2020-114776GB-I00 MCIN/AEI
Jorge Figueroa presented the paper "Libertine Humour: Rakish Roguery and Bawdy Pranking in The London Bully" at the International Conference “Novel Beginnings: Transnational Perspectives on Early Modern Fiction”, hosted by the University of Huelva under the auspices of Research Project “Early Modern in English, 1660-1700: Database and Textual Editing”. See full programme here
"When our vulnerability is our strength" : A reading and talk with the Irish eco-poet Grace Wells, on September 22, at 12 pm, room B2 of Filoloxía e Tradución (FFT).
Funded by the Departament of English, French and German (FIFA), and organised by NETEC and the Project INTRUTHS 2: "The Articulation of Communal and Individual Vulnerabilities in Contemporary Irish Fiction" (PID2020-114776GB-I00 MCIN/AEI ), as part of the Irish Studies at UVigo activities
M. Teresa Caneda-Cabrera presented the keynote lecture "The Modern Writer Must be an Adventurer”: Commemorating One Hundred Years of James Joyce’s Ulysses" at the jointly held symposia of the XVII Associaçao Brasileira de Estudos Irlandeses and III Asociación de Estudios Irlandeses del Sur, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 29-30 September. The lecture can be accessed here
M. Teresa Caneda-Cabrera participated in the 2022 IASIL Conference, held at Limerick, Ireland, from July 25th to July 29th, with the paper "Intersectional Vulnerabilities and Reciprocal Resistances: Dialectical Itineraries of Irishness across the Atlantic."
Araceli González Crespán presented the paper "From La Viuda to Letters from Cuba. Ends and Beginnings in Maria Irene Fornes's Theater through Family Correspondence" at the 6th International Conference on American Drama and Theater: Game Over! US Drama and Theater and the End(s) of an American Idea(l) , Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, 1-3 junio 2022. See conference webpage here.
M. Teresa Caneda-Cabrera presented a lecture on "Transformative Journeys: Convergences, Intersections and Entanglements in Irish Studies" at the II IRISH STUDIES INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR: “CULTURAL WAVES IN IRELAND AND IRISH STUDIES" held on 20 April 2022 at the Facultad de Humanidades, University of Huelva.
Martín Urdiales-Shaw participated in the 34th European Association for American Studies (EAAS) , held at UNED campus in Madrid.
As part of a two-panel session centred on Toxic Tales, organized by the research project Literature and Globalization 2: Communities of Waste, Martín presented the paper “'Welcome to America 2.0'': dystopian modes of waste in Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story"
M. Teresa Caneda Cabrera and Martín Urdiales-Shaw presented papers, and chaired panels, at the Relational Forms VI Conference, hosted by the research group CETAPS and the University of Porto. The first in-person conference in two years!
M. Teresa Caneda Cabrera presented the lecture “Uncovering Inconvenient Truths: Joyce and Beyond” at the plenary panel "Saying Nothing’: Voice, Knowledge, and Truth" with Vincent Cheng (University of Utah) and Margot Norris (University of California, Irvine) as co-participants. 27th International James Joyce Virtual Symposium: Omniscientific Joyce. University of Trieste, Trieste. Italy. 15-19 June, 2021. See full programme here.
M. Teresa Caneda Cabrera presented the paper “Storytelling and Communal and Individual Healing: Emer Martin’s The Cruelty Men” at 2021 ACIS - American Conference for Irish Studies, VIRTUAL. Ulster University. Derry, June 2-5, 2021. See panel info here. See full programme here.
Martín Urdiales-shaw participated in Workshop Session C9 (April 30, 11:15–12:15): Wasted Communities, Communities Of Waste with Begoña Simal-González (Chair and panelist, U. da Coruña) and Sara Villamarín-Freire (panelist, Universidade da Coruña). See full programme here.
M. Teresa Caneda-Cabrera presented the paper “Voicing the True Stories of the Past in Contemporary Irish Fiction by Women Writers: Evelyn Conlon’s Not the Same Sky”. See full programme here.