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From: Catherine Sherry <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Joe McCartin at IAHC Jan 6-Chicago
Date: Sat, 05 Jan 2008 20:00:16 -0500
In-Reply-To: <0C295C9F-9C07-4CE7-8195-B1561550FA0D@mindspring.com>


I wish someone would podcast this so I could "be there" without leaving
home! Enjoy the lecture!


On 1/4/08 3:53 AM, "Nan Brennan" <> wrote:

> Joe McCartin, former MEP and Vice President and Auditor of the
> European Peoples Party.........
>
> http://www.irishamhc.com/newsletter.asp#event746
>
> Intersections: Present, Past and Future in Irish Culture
> Sun, Jan 6
> 3:00 PM
>
> The Irish American Heritage Center and the DePaul University¹s Irish
> Studies Program present an ongoing lecture series by scholars,
> artists, journalists and public figures.
>
>
> Intersections: Present, Past and Future in Irish Culture addresses
> issues relating to the fast-changing culture, economy and historical
> sense of both the Republic and Northern Ireland.
>
>
> The lectures will be held the first Sunday of each month at 2pm and
> are free.
>
>
> NOTE: The January 6 lecture will be at 3:00pm.
>
>
> The January lecture, The Christian Religion: The Troubles (1968-1998)
> and the Good Friday Agreement features two speakers; Jack Leahy,
> Professor Emeritus, DePaul University and Joe McCartin, former MEP
> and Vice President and Auditor of the European Peoples Party. Leahy
> will discuss the religious aspects of the Good Friday Agreement,
> while McCartin will cover the political and economic standpoint of
> the Agreement.
>
>
> The February 3 lecture, Roddy Doyle¹s Fiction: Yesterday¹s Triumph¹s,
> Today¹s Challenges, will focus on Irish writer, Roddy Doyle and his
> impact on contemporary Irish literature. Jim Fairhall, Ph.D. Interim
> Director of the Irish Studies Program DePaul University, will discuss
> Doyle¹s work.
> For more information, call the IAHC at 773-282-7035, ext 10.
>
>
>
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