Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
An evening of short talks by UCC scholars celebrating Cork
A sociable and enriching evening of short talks by some of UCC's most celebrated scholars. The theme will be a celebration of Cork as part of Cork Rebel Week.
- History Recording the Greatness of Michael Collins at de Valera's Expense? The Irish Press & Michael Collins 1931-1995 - Talk by Dr Gabriel Doherty, Lecturer, Department of History,UCC
- 'Rebels with Many Causes': Cork's Short Story Writers and the Irish Revolution - Talk by Dr Hilary Lennon, Harriet O'Donovan Sheehy Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of English, UCC
- How Cork City Links Together A Diverse County - Talk by Professor William J Smyth, Emeritus Professor of Geography, UCC
- Cork Wit - 'Way Ahead of You Boy'! - Talk by Professor Des MacHale, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UCC & Author of over 40 books on humour
- Panel Discussion - Q&A Moderated by Professor Claire Connolly, Head of the School of English, UCC
To register for this free event, please log-on to http://community.ucc.ie and complete the New User Registration Form. You will then be prompted to proceed and register for the event.
|Category:||Public Lectures and Seminars: Arts Celtic Studies and Social Sciences|
|Location:||Aula Maxima, UCC|
|Target Audience:||Alumni, visitors and friends all welcome|
|Admission Price: €||Free (registration required)|
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