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Yeats in India conference

This February, the Irish writer W. B. Yeats (1865–1939) finally got the trip to India he never took in person. Professor Margaret Mills Harper (UL) and Professor Dhananjay Singh from the Centre for English Studies at the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) co-hosted a two-day conference in New Delhi on Yeats and India. Yeats’s interests in… Continue reading Yeats in India conference

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‘Yeats and India’ conference launch

Prof. Kerstin Mey and Prof. Meg Harper (School of English, Irish and Communication) are pictured with HE Brian McElduff, Irish Ambassador to India, at today's launch of the 'Yeats and India' conference co- organised by the University of Limerick and host JNU University, Delhi. Meg Harper gave the keynote lecture and both Prof. Mey and… Continue reading ‘Yeats and India’ conference launch

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Launch of International Yeats Studies

International Yeats Studies, a new open-access journal published by Clemson University Press and initiated by the International Yeats Society was launched recently. The inaugural issue is now online: http://tigerprints.clemson.edu/iys/ The first issue includes new work by Professor Margaret Mills Harper (School of Culture & Communication, University of Limerick) entitled Words for Music? Perhaps. Professor Harper is the current Director of… Continue reading Launch of International Yeats Studies

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Profile: Professor Margaret Mills Harper

Professor Margaret Mills Harper is the Glucksman Professor in Contemporary Writing in English at the University of Limerick. She is the current Director of the Yeats International Summer School and the President of the International Yeats Society. View Meg's full profile here. "I serve as the Glucksman Professor in Contemporary Writing in English at the University of Limerick. As… Continue reading Profile: Professor Margaret Mills Harper