Archive: Announcements

  • Tuesday, February 13, 2024

    Georgetown University's Global Irish Studies and the Department of History presented: Conflict, Diaspora, and Empire: New Directions in British/Irish History Tuesday, February 13th. This ev

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  • Wednesday, November 1st, 2023

    Georgetown University's Global Irish Studies Initiative, the Medical Humanities Initiative, and the Department of English presented: The North of Ireland, Modernism, and the Medicalization

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  • Wednesday, October 18th, 2023

    Georgetown University's Global Irish Studies Initiative, in association with the Department of English, presented: Ferdinand Levy: A Harlem Renaissance Dubliner and Decolonial Cosmopolitan

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  • Wednesday, October 4th, 2023

    Georgetown University's Global Irish Studies Initiative, in association with the Department of History, presented: Queer Americans in Post-Revolutionary Ireland: Sex, Socialism, and the Oc

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  • Thursday, September 28th, 2023

    Georgetown University's Global Irish Studies Initiative, in association with the Department of Government and the MA in Conflict Resolution, presented: Troubles and Beyond: The Impact of a Mus

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  • Thursday, September 21st, 2023

    Georgetown University's Global Irish Studies Initiative and American University presented: Change From the Ground Up: The Role of Women, Youth and Community-led Movements in Effecting Societal

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  • Gerard Mannion–In Memoriam

    I ndil chuimhne ar Gerard Mannion Our friend, colleague and Co-Founder of the Global Irish Studies at Georgetown University, Gerard Mannion, passed away suddenly on Saturday, September 21. Gerard

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