Event focused on Thomas MacDonagh
“The Irish Revival Network is pleased to announce a two-day event focusing on the literary career of UCD alumnus, writer and revolutionary figure Thomas MacDonagh (1878-1916).
Revival to Revolution: the Literary Career of Thomas MacDonagh will be held at the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin on Wednesday 24 and Thursday 25 June 2015 from 10am to 5pm. The event comprises an academic symposium, a documentary screening and a multimedia exhibition.
Speakers will include:
Prof. Declan Kiberd, University of Notre Dame (welcome address)
Prof. Denise Ayo, University of Notre Dame
Prof. Kurt Bullock, Grand Valley State University
Prof. Alex Davis, UCC
Prof. Nicola Gordon Bowe, NCAD
Dr Shane Kenna, TCD
Dr PJ Mathews, UCD
Dr Conor McCarthy, NUIM
Dr Conor Mulvagh, UCD
Ruth O’Donnell, Artist Printmaker, Graphic Studio Dublin
On June 25th at 2.30pm in the Lecture Theatre of the National Gallery of Ireland there will be a public screening of RTE’s documentary On Behalf of the Provisional Government: Thomas MacDonagh by Aindreas O’Gallchoir (1966).
The exhibition ‘Thomas MacDonagh and the Irish Review’ with holdings from UCD Library Special Collections will be on display during the event.
Admission to all the events is free, to pre-register please email email@example.com.
The symposium programme and further information on the event will be available shortly on the website: http://centenaries.ucd.ie/events/revival-to-revolution/
Organisers: Catherine Wilsdon, Dr PJ Mathews, Dr Giulia Bruna (UCD)
– The event is supported by generous funding from the Irish Research Council New Foundation Scheme in the strand ‘Marking the National Decade of Centenaries’ and from the UCD Humanities Institute.”