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Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar Series, 1st Semester, 2019

Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar Series, 1st Semester, 2019

Tuesday 26th March Sharon Crozier de Rossa, University of Wollongong ‘A Sword of Light…or a Swashbuckling and Murderous Fraud? Contesting Memories of the Violent Revolutionary Irish Woman’.Tuesday 16th April Patrick Morgan “The Mannix Era” Thursday 16th May Sinead Burke Disability advocacy Monday June 3rd Peter Burke “True to Ireland, Eire’s conscientious objectors in New Zealand in World War … Continue reading

Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know

Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know

A Book Review by Steve Carey Colm Toibin: Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know: The Fathers oWilde, Yeats, and Joyce. Picador, 2018. RRP: $29.99 [price at Readings] ISBN: 9781760781149 Originating as the 2017 Richard Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature at Emory University, Tόibín’s little book is a meditation on three very different Dublin dads and their literary lads. At … Continue reading

Rethinking Identities

Rethinking Identities

Reflections on Identity by Geraldine O’Reilly I’ve just returned from a trip ‘back home’. Like many immigrants I have more than one place I call ‘home’; in my heart ‘home’ is Melbourne, Northern England and Ireland. Ireland has its share of problems but is generally a happening place. Its people are enjoying liberties long denied; … Continue reading