Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses Logo

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Date27/05/2024
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Interview with Marina Carr

TitleInterview with Marina Carr
DescriptionMarina Carr (1964- ) is a playwright from Dublin. Carr holds a BA in English and Philosophy from the University College Dublin, alongside an honorary Doctorate of Literature from the same institution. Carr’s debut play, Ullaloo, was published in 1989, and since then, she has acquired an incredibly prolific career. Some of her most notable works include Portia Coughlan (1996), By the Bogs of Cats (1998),  Woman and Scarecrow (2004), and Hecuba (2015). As of 2024, her most recent play is Audrey or Sorrow (2024). Carr has won various prizes for her body of work, including the Irish Times Playwright Award (1998), the Macaulay Fellowship, the Hennessy Award, and the Windham-Campbell Literature Award (2017). In addition to her writing career, Carr has also taught at universities, such as University College Dublin.

In this interview, Carr discusses contemporary theatre and the process of playwriting, sharing insights on the creation of a character, while describing anecdotes of her life. Aside from the aforementioned, considering her then-released adaptation of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina (2016), Carr sheds light on the practice of adapting a novel, the production aspect of a play, and language, most specifically about how Hiberno-English shapes her art. Furthermore, Carr converses about writing and politics, questioning the meaning of writing and writers in a larger socio-political context alongside the importance given to the author over the art and the culture of the man-messiah.

The interview was conducted by Alinne Fernandes, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer of the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) in the English Department, at the Henrique Fontes Auditorium-UFSC in Florianópolis, Brazil as part of the II Jornada do Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses, “Protean Spaces in Irish Literature, Theatre and Film”, on November 7th, 2017.
ParticipantsMarina Carr, Alinne Balduino P. Fernandes
DateNovember 7th, 2017
LanguageEnglish
CategoryInterview
Subjectcontemporary theatre; theatre adaptation; language; politics;
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Interview with Stacey Gregg

TitleInterview with Stacey Gregg
DescriptionStacey Gregg (1983- ) is a writer and director from Belfast. Gregg has a BA in English from the University of Cambridge and an MA in Documentary Film-Making from Royal Holloway. Having written numerous plays for theatre, her first full-length play, Perve, was performed by Abbey Theatre in May 2011, and proceeded to win the BBC Radio Drama award at the 2012 Stewart Parker Trust Awards, Gregg’s other plays include Override (2013), Shibboleth (2015) and Scorch (2015). In 2021, Gregg directed and wrote her first feature film, Here Before, which won Best Film at Galway Film Fleadh. Aside from theatre and cinema, Gregg also wrote for television, including The Innocents (2018) and The Frankenstein Chronicles (2015-2018). As of 2023-2024, Stacey Gregg is a Seamus Heany Fellow.

In this interview, Gregg talks about theatre: the reception and circulation of her plays in Ireland and Northern Ireland; the forerunners of female playwrights and how she fits in these conversations; and the differences and similarities of writing for other mediums, such as cinema. Aside from the aforementioned, Gregg also discusses the sociopolitical landscape of Northern Ireland and the Troubles: how the event and its consequences and her identity as a Northern Irish influences her works. Furthermore, in dialogue with the theme of the V Jornada do Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses, Gregg theorises about science-fiction and technology, inquiring about boundaries and wanting to transgress its limits.

The interview was conducted by Alinne Fernandes, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer of the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) in the English Department, online as part of the V Jornada do Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses – Intersections Of Irish Literature, Theatre And Technology, on November 12th, 2021. 
ParticipantsStacey Gregg, Alinne Balduino P. Fernandes
DateNovember 12th, 2021
LanguageEnglish
CategoryInterview
Subjecttheatre; female playwrights; Northern Ireland; science-fiction;
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Recording the play “Meu nome, posso te falar o meu nome?”

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Book of Abstracts VII Jornada NEI

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DescriptionBook of Abstracts for the VII Jornada of the Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses – UFSC
ParticipantsChris Morash, Vitor Alevato do Amaral, Rosaleen McDonagh, Angélica Alves de Lima, Catherine Ann Cullen, Eloísa Dall’Bello, Gabriela Terezinha Paulo, Janaina Mirian Rosa, Júlia Leite Serrano de Lima, Kaio Moreira Veloso, Luana Helena Uessler, Maria Eduarda Sonda Moraes, Melina Pereira Savi, Pedro Luís Sala Vieira, Thalyta Bianca Pinto Aguiar Argivaes, Vinicius Garcia Valim, Alinne Balduino P. Fernandes, Beatriz Kopschitz Bastos, Janaina Mirian Rosa,Jéssica Molgero Da Rós, Jéssica Soares Lopes, Melina Pereira Savi and Thalyta Argivaes.
Date7/11/2023
CategoryEvent
SubjectIrish arts, Disabilities
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Size38,9 MB
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Programa Luvas e Anéis

TitlePrograma Luvas e Anéis
DescriptionProgram for the play Luvas e Anéis written by Rosaleen McDonagh, translated by Cristiane Bezerra do Nascimento, Catharine Moreira, Fabiano Campos and Domingos Nunez and produced by Cia Ludens
ParticipantsDramaturgia: Rosaleen McDonagh
Tradução: Cristiane Bezerra do Nascimento
Tradução para Libras: Catharine Moreira,
Fabiano Campos e Domingos Nunez
Direção artística: Domingos Nunez
Elenco: Catharine Moreira, Edgar Castro e Fabiano Campos
Cenografia: Chris Aizner
Iluminação: Gabriele Souza
Figurinos: Chico Cardoso
Operação de luz: Zerlo
Fotos: Leekyung Kim
Identidade visual: Gabriela Cima
Mídias sociais: Nina Webster
Produção: Cia Ludens
Direção de produção: André Roman/Teatro de Jardim
Produção geral: Beatriz Kopschitz Bastos
Date10/11/2023
CategoryEvent
SubjectIrish drama
TypeDocument
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Projeto Luvas e Anéis

TitleProjeto Luvas e Anéis
DescriptionAbout the play Luvas e Anéis written by Rosaleen McDonagh, translated by Cristiane Bezerra do Nascimento, Catharine Moreira, Fabiano Campos and Domingos Nunez and produced by Cia Ludens
ParticipantsDramaturgia: Rosaleen McDonagh
Tradução: Cristiane Bezerra do Nascimento
Tradução para Libras: Catharine Moreira,
Fabiano Campos e Domingos Nunez
Direção artística: Domingos Nunez
Elenco: Catharine Moreira, Edgar Castro e Fabiano Campos
Cenografia: Chris Aizner
Iluminação: Gabriele Souza
Figurinos: Chico Cardoso
Operação de luz: Zerlo
Fotos: Leekyung Kim
Identidade visual: Gabriela Cima
Mídias sociais: Nina Webster
Produção: Cia Ludens
Direção de produção: André Roman/Teatro de Jardim
Produção geral: Beatriz Kopschitz Bastos
Date11/2023
CategoryEvent
SubjectIrish drama
TypeDocument
FormatPDF
Size19,4 MB
RightsCia Ludens, Teatro de Jardim

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Ulysses100

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DescriptionOn June 22, 2022, the Centro de Comunicação e Expressão, at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), hosted the inauguration of the #Ulysses100 mural, painted by Luiz Felipe Serigheli as a result of the cultural competition #Ulysses100 Through Brazilian eyes. The competition was carried out in 18 Brazilian universities — UFSC being one of them — and was launched by the Embassy of Ireland in Brazil and by the Consulate-General of Ireland in São Paulo to mark the 100 years since the publication of James Joyce’s Modernist masterpiece, Ulysses.
ParticipantsLuiz Felipe Serigheli
Date June 22, 2022
CategoryEvent
SubjectUlysses; Mural; Literature;
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Presidential Distinguished Service Awards 2023

The Presidential Distinguished Service Award for the Irish Abroad is presented by the President every year. It recognises the service given to this country or to Irish communities abroad by those who live outside Ireland.

Dr. Beatriz Kopschitz Xavier Bastos – Brazil

Dr. Beatriz Kopschitz Xavier Bastos is co-founder and vice-coordinator of Núcleo de Estudos Irlandeses, at Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil. She is being awarded in the category of Arts, Culture, and Sport.

Learn more and see other PDSA recipients from 2023

Calendário NEI 2024.1

2024.1 – Terças, 10h00

18/03 – Gerry Smith (2001), book chapter: “Irish Cultural Studies and the Re-emergence of Spatial Analysis” (from Space and the Irish Cultural Imaginationhttps://link.springer.com/book/10.1057/9781403913678) – 23p.

15/04 – Magennis (2021), chapter “Intimacy”, from Northern Irish Writing After the Troubles: Intimacies, Affects, Pleasures (p. 15-63)

 20/05 – Lucy Caldwell, Multitudes (short story collection, 2016) 

 17/06 – Lucy Caldwell, These Days (2022) – novel

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