Irish at QUB is pleased to host its first annual public lecture on Wednesday, 25 April at 6pm. This year, Professor Bernadette Ó’Rourke (Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh), will deliver a talk on the topic “The authority to speak — Linguistic intolerance, anonymity and monolingual regimes”.
This public lecture is free and open to all. The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception. The lecture will be conducted in English.
Please feel free to circulate this information widely.
While the Good Friday Agreement saw the birth of hope for many, it also saw the end of hope for many victims and survivors of the Troubles.
On Monday, Robert McMillen spoke to Colin Davidson whose portraits of Troubles survivors, Silent Testimony, is back at the Ulster Museum as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Agreement.
Also, Brendan J Byrne has made a film called Hear My Voice, which is based on Silent Testimony and which will be launched by Sen George Mitchell in Belfast today (Wednesday) ...
Wednesday was the perfect day when my two favourite academics were giving seperate talks in Belfast, Eamonn Phoenix on Presbyterians and the Irish language in Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich and at Gael-Ionad Mhic Ghoill, Corkonian Alan Titley asked the question: What would Irish history look like if the Rising of 1798 had been successful ...
Beidh plúr na scríbhneoirí ban i dTeach an ArdMhéara i mBaile Átha Cliath san oíche amárach mar cheiliúradh ar Lá Idirnáisiúnta na mBan.
A leithéid de line-up – Anna Heussaff mar bhean a tí, Aifric Mac Aodha, Áine Durkan, Máire Dinny Wren, Lara Sunday, Caitríona Ní Chléirichín, Edel Ní Bhraonáin, Cvetka Bevc, Áine Ní Ghlinn, Milène Fegan agus Dáire Ní Chanáin in ócáid a d’eagraigh an Feirsteach, Réaltán Ní Leannáin.
Thíos, tugann ceathrar ban a ndearcadh ar Lá Idirnáisiúnta na mBan ...