WHO WE ARE

The Canadian Association for Irish Studies/L'association canadienne pour etudes irlandaises (CAIS/ACEI) has been serving students of Irish culture for over thirty years, seeking to foster and encourage the study of Irish culture in Canada. It also works to encourage young scholars and develop the next generation of Irish studies enthusiasts as well as support discussion of current issues in Irish studies and culture through conferences, publications, and online resources.

CAIS brings together all those who are committed to the promotion of Irish culture in Canada. Members of CAIS can be found in every province and territory of Canada. Members also come from Ireland, Northern Ireland, Britain, the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australasia.

Every year, we convene at one of Canada's universities for a celebration of Irish culture and heritage. At these conferences, we meet poets, scholars, musicians, actors, novelists--all in a spirit of inquiry and conviviality.

ACTIVITIES

Semi-annual reports on our members and activities

CAIS/ACEI 2020: North Atlantic Worlds  

A joint CAIS/SSHORE conference

CONTACT CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR IRISH STUDIES

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF IRISH STUDIES

Revue canadienne d’études irlandaises

CJIS/RÉCI

The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies/ Revue canadienne d’études irlandaises (CJIS/RCÉI) is the official scholarly publication of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies. Founded in 1974, it is currently housed at the School of Irish Studies at Concordia University, Montreal.

 

As the journal of record for Irish Studies in Canada, as well as for cutting-edge Irish studies internationally, the CJIS/RCÉI publishes articles, reviews, and other forms of text-based, visual and material expression ranging from poetry and interviews, to drawings and photography, to menus, maps, and research-creation works. Each issue of the journal can itself be considered as a designed work, specific to the contents and theme of that collection.

 

CJIS/RCÉI features transdisciplinary engagement with key issues of interest to Irish Studies researchers. Its contributors, both Canadian and international, employ a range of critical and methodological perspectives to promote an understanding and appreciation of Irish culture and everyday life, past and present, in the broadest terms.

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EDITORS

The CJIS is currently seeking a new editor-in-chief.  

Please address general, article submission, and subscription-related inquiries to the Managing Editor.

Managing Editor - Gabrielle Machnik-Kekesi

cjis.rcei [at] concordia.ca

 

Book/Exhibition/Performance/Review Editors

emer.otoole [at] concordia.ca

gavin.foster [at] concordia.ca

jane.mcgaughey [at] concordia.ca

susan.cahill [at] concordia.ca

 

 

The outgoing Editor of CJIS/RCÉI is Rhona Richman KenneallyProfessor, Department of Design and Computation ArtsConcordia University, Montreal

email:  rrk [at] concordia.ca

SUBSCRIPTION RATES AND SUBMISSION INFO


 Individual: Annual membership of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies includes two issues (or one double issue) of the journal

Regular and seniorsOne Year $75 Three Years $200

Family (two or more residents at the same address)One Year $110 Three Years $300

StudentsOne Year $35 Three Years $90

Institutional (CJIS only)In Canada $50Outside Canada $45 USD

Rates are in Canadian dollars. To cover bank charges, U.S. dollar cheques are valued at par.

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