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Political Studies Association of Ireland


March Events

From Whence I Came The Kennedy Legacy, Ireland and America Edited by Brian Murphy & Donnacha Ó Beacháin Elected in 1960 as the 35th President of the USA, John Fitzgerald Kennedy remains to this day the office’s youngest incumbent and he was its first Roman Catholic. His term in office was short, but arguably no US […]


ONLINE EVENT- FRIDAY 26TH FEB. UACES-IACES Joint Seminar Series UACES and IACES are delighted to announce the creation of a Joint Seminar Series ‘The UK, Ireland and the European Union in a time of crisis’. This important and timely initiative will bring together scholars from across these islands and beyond to consider and reflect on common […]


REVIEWERS REQUIRED Irish Studies in International Affairs   Irish Studies in International Affairs is seeking annual reviewers for the Foreign Relations of Ireland in 2020. These annual reviews are an influential feature of the journal and an invaluable chronicle of Ireland in the world. Please submit CV (2 pages most included last 5 publications) to by 1th […]

Research Fellow, Queen’s University Belfast

Research Fellow, Queen’s University Belfast The School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics seeks to appoint a full-time Research Fellow for the ESRC-funded project Governance for ‘a place between’: the multilevel dynamics of implementing the Protocol on Northern Ireland. The successful candidate will be active in the planning and delivery of the research for this […]


ONLINE EVENT-CHANGE OF DATE ‘Ireland’s UN Security Council term 2021-2022’, Ambassador Sonja Hyland, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, UCC-Defence Forces Lecture Series: on-line lecture Thurs 4th February – PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE The next lecture in the UCC-Defence Forces Lecture Series will be on ‘Ireland’s UN Security Council term 2021-2022’ by Ambassador Sonja Hyland, Political Director, Department of Foreign […]