Irish Film Week
Lecture on the Famine
"'Being so Clever as That': The Power and Agency of Women during The Great Irish Famine (An Gorta Mór)"
November 15, 7pm
Addlestone Library, Room 227 (building 13 on campus map, at Calhoun and Coming)
CofC historian and Fulbright Fellow Cara Delay and CofC anthropologist Moore Quinn will discuss the famine and their new, collaborative research. Free and open to the public.
Send a student to Ireland!
Be sure to follow these directions, choosing "Ancient Order of Hibernians Charity" as your designated charity.
- Charity Connection Volunteers: Please be sure to note choose the charity/organization you are representing in the CHARITY ORGANIZATION box of the online registration. This is very important so that charity organizations can receive credit for supplying volunteers.
- All volunteers working race day will receive a FREE Turkey Day Run workers t-shirt.
- High school students are eligible for services hours.
Other Irish Events around Town
House Concert! Trad-stravaganza
Wednesday, Oct. 5th, 6pm
Beeswing on tour with Turlach Boylan & Davey Mathias
- At a private residence in West Ashley * address and directions provided with confirmed reservation or payment
- Doors at 6:00 Music starts at 6:30
- Suggested donation $15; students $10
- Contact Jeanne Chirdon-Herbas for reservations and more info: email@example.com or pay online at Beeswing's website
This is not an Irish and Irish American Studies sponsored event, but we wish it were. And we are absolutely delighted to help promote this very high quality cultural event. Because this is a house concert, space is limited, so please make your reservations as soon as possible.
Lowcountry Irish Festival
Joe Kelly, English
Mark Long, Political Science
Moore Quinn, Anthropology
Trish Ward, English
Stephen White, Charleston Historical Society
Niall Cahill, CofC Procurement