War at a Distance in Irish Romanticism? Gerald Griffin's "Card-Drawing"
You are cordially invited to the School of History’s next Research Seminar presentation on Monday 2nd February.
Professor Claire Connolly will deliver a paper: ‘War at a Distance in Irish Romanticism? Gerald Griffin's "Card-Drawing" (1827)’. The paper will deal with aspects of the national tale in the context of the Napoleonic wars.
Claire Connolly is Professor of Modern English in UCC. Her research and teaching interests include Irish writing; the novel in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; romanticism in Ireland, Scotland and Wales; Welsh-Irish cultural exchanges; and Ireland and cultural theory.
The seminar will be held in the Seminar Room, Tyrconnell, at 12noon, on Monday 2nd February. Tyronnell is located on Perrot Avenue, leading to Hayfield Manor. The building is at the corner of the cul-de-sac immediately before the entrance to Hayfield Manor.
With best wishes for the New Year,
Dr Diarmuid Scully and Dr Jason Harris
School of History Research Committee