Four Nations and Beyond: RSVP and SCVS event, 20 May 2022

Four Nations and Beyond

Periodical Studies and National Identities in the British Isles and Ireland 

Trades Hall, Glasgow. 20th May 2022

We are happy to welcome in-person and virtual participants to this event on Friday 20 May. Virtual registration remains open here. The programme is below, along with advance links to a selection of the papers and presentations.

RSVP Four Nations 20 May – schedule

Karin Koehler (University of Bangor), ‘Poetry, Language and National Identity in the North Wales Newspaper Press, c. 1850-1859’

Lisa Peters (independent scholar), ‘Gwalia: Creating a National Welsh Language Newspaper’

Lisa Peters, ‘Gwalia’

David Finkelstein (University of Westminster), ‘The International Typographical Trade Press and Labour Identity in Colonial Spaces’

David Finkelstein ‘International Typographical Trade Press’

Erick Boustead (independent scholar), ‘Chicago Irish Male Assimilation and “Mr Dooley”’

Erick Boustead, ‘Chicago Male Assimilation’

Emily Smith (Oklahoma Christian University), ‘The Fenian Sisterhood, Ladies Land Leaguers and the Woman Suffrage Question: The Representation of Women in the Victorian Irish Press’

Emily Smith ‘The Fenian Sisterhood’

Charlotte Lauder (University of Strathclyde/NLS), ‘From ‘Thistleites’ to ‘Thistleblaw’: The Scots Thistle (1885-2013), a Scottish Circulatory Manuscript Magazine’

Kirstie Blair, University of Strathclyde

Fionnuala Dillane, UCD