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The Irish Language: A Day of Literature, Film and Song

10:30am - 5:00pm / Saturday 29th February 2020
Type: Symposium / Category: Department
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The Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool in London and Irish Cultural Centre, Hammersmith, will be hosting 'The Irish Language: A Day of Literature, Film and Song', a daylong celebration of the Irish language, at the University of Liverpool’s London Campus.
The event will include a lecture by Dr Louis de Paor, (NUI, Galway) on ‘Éirí amach agus athghabháil: nua-fhilíocht na Gaeilge /Resistance and repossession: modern poetry in Irish’. There will also be a Panel Discussion on The Futures of Irish: Minor languages in Europe, screening of Irish Language films (with English subtitles) and poetry recitals.

Please note that lunch and refreshments will be served. Please note that the event will be in Irish/English.

This event is supported by An Roinn Cultúir, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta / Department of Culture Heritage and the Gaeltacht.