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Mary McAuliffe Events April 2016

April 07, 2016
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Mary McAuliffe - Public Lecture, April 7 (Vancouver campus, HC), & Seminar, April 8 (Burnaby campus)

Co-sponsored by FASS, Deans Speaker Series, Irish Embassy, SFU Departments of Sociology/Anthropology, History, and Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Irish Women's Network of BC, Cafe Minerva

FREE: Both events free and open to the public, but registration required.  

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Realists and Idealists: Women of the Easter Rising, 1916

Public Lecture by Dr Mary McAuliffe

April 7th, 7:00 - 10:00 pm

SFU Harbour Centre
Segal Rooms, Vancouver Campus, Harbour Centre

Simon Fraser University
515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC  

For registration and catering purposes, please sign up via this link for April 7 event

http://websurvey.sfu.ca/survey/231703936

Reception following.

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Radical Politics, Radical Choices, Radical Lives: the Women of 1916

Seminar by Dr Mary McAuliffe

Friday, April 8, 1:00 - 2:30 pm

Diamond Alumni Centre, Fraser Thompson Room
Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC

For registration and catering purposes, please sign up via this link for April 8th event

http://websurvey.sfu.ca/survey/232744826

Dr. Mary McAuliffe is a Lecturer in Women’s Studies at University College Dublin. She is a specialist in women’s radicalism in early twentieth-century Ireland and has published her work widely in four books, seven edited/co-edited books, and numerous scholarly journals. She was also co-producer/historical consultant/script-writer for the documentary Cumann na mBan 100 (Broadcasting Authority of Ireland) and a key contributor to Dublin’s artistic and legacy project titled 1916: Richmond Barracks. On the eve of her visit to Vancouver, she and co-author Liz Gillis will launch a new book with Four Courts entitled Realists and Idealists: 77 Women of the Easter Rising.

 

Co-sponsored by FASS, Deans Speaker Series, Irish Embassy, SFU Departments of Sociology/Anthropology, History, and Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Irish Women's Network of BC, Cafe Minerva

FREE: Both events free and open to the public, but registration required.  

or visit the following webpage

http://www.sfu.ca/sociology-anthropology/news-events/news-2016/public-lecture-and-seminar-by-dr-mary-mcauliffe.html