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IRISH BAND LÚNASA TO PERFORM AT BOURGIE HALL
CONCERT FOR THE CANADIAN IRISH STUDIES FOUNDATION
as the hottest Irish acoustic group on the planet, Lúnasa will be in town to
delight audiences as part of a concert fundraiser for the Canadian Irish Studies
Foundation. Raising funds for Irish Studies at
Lúnasa concert will take place on Thursday, March 30 at
in the glorious and
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TONIGHT! CINE GAEL
Cine Gael Film Series Screening of We are moving - memories of Miss
Moriarty (2016). Along with Women's Christmas Night/Oíche
Nollaig na mBan, An Rinceoir, and Moore Street Masala!
When: Tonight! Friday, February 17,
Where: J. A. De Seve Cinema, 1400 de Maisonneuve West, Ground floor
Info: www.cinegaelmontreal.com for full descriptions, trailers and ticketing info
SHINERS, AND ORANGEMEN: LOYALIST MASCULINITIES ON THE EDGE OF EMPIRE - LECTURE
BY DR JANE McGAUGHEY
Public lecture by our own Dr Jane McGaughey for the Montreal British History
When: Thursday, February 23 at
Where: Thomson House, Room 404 –
paper explores gendered experiences of Irish and Scottish male settlers in
IRISH STUDIES INAUGURAL GRADUATE CONFERENCE
Transcending Disciplinary Frames
24 and 25, 2017, School of Irish Studies, McEntee Reading Room (1455 de
Maisonneuve West, Room H 1001.01 – 10th floor)
How do disciplinary 'frames' shape the way we see, engage with, and contest subjects within Irish Studies? What is to be gained when we transcend the perspectives of our field(s)?
'Frames' are often used as a means to define how we are provided with a certain reading or depiction of reality, which is often a hindrance to seeing fully or clearly.
And yet, frames can be broken, stretched, and otherwise transcended, often dynamically.
The struggle of Irish Studies to reach beyond its perimeters in pursuit of innovation through inter- and multi-disciplinarity and in single fields, is the focus of this conference. We seek to highlight the ways in which a new generation of scholars is using their research to negotiate, contest, and create new potential.
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Gael Film Series – Screening of We are moving - memories of Miss Moriarty (2016)
St. Patrick's Society Charity Ball
& Valley Irish Heritage Association – Green Season Events
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International Summer School
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