IASAILInternational Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature
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Literary theory arrived centre stage in Irish Studies at the 1985 IASAIL (1) conference on 'Critical Approaches to Anglo-Irish Literature' at Queen's University Belfast.
Bjersby, later Bramsback (1921-95), went on to a long and prolific career, and became active in IASAIL (founded 1970), the International Association for the study of Anglo-Irish Literature, later IASIL, a friendly rival of ACIS.
The essay "Synge and O'Neill: Inspiration and Influence" came out in the 1987 IASAIL proceedings edited by Wolfgang Zach and Heinz Kosok.