Online Discussions with Irish Presenters May 3–5

Elms College and the Irish Cultural Center welcome you to this series of discussions presented by our Irish Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Brigita GallagherBrigita is from Co. Cork. She completed her Undergrad studies in Irish and French, and her Graduate studies in Education, all at University College Cork. She taught at St. Mary’s High School in Midleton, Cork. 

No registration required, just click on the link at the start of each presentation. 

Monday, May 3
A discussion with Annie Hughes on the geomapping of Sean Nós Music
Annie HughesWe welcome the wonderful Annie Hughes from Dublin Ireland as she discusses her project for her Master’s Thesis with Trinity College Dublin on the geomapping of Sean Nós Music, being an accomplished sean nós singer herself.
Time & Date: May 3, 12:15 – 1:15 pm
Location: Zoom Meeting ID: 941 4562 9650
https://elms.zoom.us/u/acd4Q9Z5F3

 

Tuesday, May 4
A discussion with Arthur Mathews
Arthur MatthewsArthur Mathews is an Irish-born comedy writer and actor. He has written and contributed to many different television comedies including Father Ted, Big Train and Toast of London. Join us to dive into a discussion on everything comedy, Irish and Craggy Island.  
Time & Date: May 4, 12:15 – 1 pm
Location: Zoom Meeting ID: 991 1279 3124
https://elms.zoom.us/j/99112793124 

 

Wednesday, May 5
The story of Kindred Spirits – the solidarity between the Irish and the Choctaw Nation
Ann-Marie AhernFianna Fáil Councillor Ann-Marie Ahern will tell the story of the link between the Irish people and the Choctaw Nation. A story of solidarity that goes transatlantic. The story is illuminated by the monument Kindred Spirits in Midleton, Co. Cork and to this day has people in awe across the globe.
Time & Date: May 5, 12:15 – 1:15 pm
Location: Zoom Meeting ID: 913 2920 7078
https://elms.zoom.us/j/91329207078

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