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March Aluminar - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary
15:41
you took video?
Paula McMullen
18:25
I think I am in the wrong presentation.
Paula McMullen
18:52
never mind!
Michael Coelho
26:03
...or 35. :)
Gloria Moran
50:10
Thank you.
Sam Correia
50:21
thank you!
Lisa Boehm
51:04
Thank you--this was very inspiring!! I liked learning more about your work and approach.
Bruce Hughes
53:13
Thank you. Excellent presentation.
Bonnie Welch
56:16
Thank you for just what we are needing right now! I am looking forward to reading Dubliners with new eyes!
Maggie Guarente
56:38
Thank you
Michael Coelho
58:40
I think that level of pride actually demands that kind of criticism
Robert Bradley
59:38
Alicia I will go to you next, and then to you Lauren
Colleen Turner Secino
01:00:51
I’m new to Joyce…if you had to pick a first read, what would it be?
Gloria Moran
01:02:34
Am looking forward to reading The Dubliners for the first time. Yes, I hate to admit I have never read it!
Gloria Moran
01:04:59
Have read much about Michael Collins and this will be a great setting for those 1917 events.
Heather-Marie Washburn
01:07:12
Hi Professor!! Good to see you again! I will pick up The Dubliners again and re-read...it has been awhile since I had you for my senior seminar. Thanks for rekindling the love!
Paul Pelan
01:12:11
I enjoyed the presentation today, thank you, Ellen!
Michael Coelho
01:14:58
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Irish_Famine_Memorial
Ellen Scheible
01:15:23
Thanks, Mike!
Michael Coelho
01:15:48
(sorry for using Wikipedia as a source.)
Lauren Cavagnaro
01:24:44
Thank you professor Scheible !! I have to go to work now I’ll catch up on the recording !
Ellen Scheible
01:24:54
Thanks, Lauren!!
Alicia DeSilva
01:27:44
I must leave. Thanks again for a terrific program!
Lisa Boehm
01:28:28
That was a great phrase!!
Paul Pelan
01:29:02
ommunism, Sex and All That Jazz. Struggle Against Modernity in Interwar IrelandFearghal McGarry, Spring 2021 Burns Visitor ProgramWednesday, March 31, 2:00pm to 3:00pm EDTLive on YouTube: click here to watchIn 1933 Jimmy Gralton became the first, and last, Irishman deported from Ireland. Condemned by local priests as a communist whose Leitrim dancehall had become a den of prostitution, Gralton’s fate illustrates the deep anxieties provoked in 1930s Ireland by communism, jazz, and sexual immorality. Why did these emblems of inter-war modernity prompt such alarm in a remote corner of Ireland’s most rural county? This talk considers what such moral panics, and how we now remember them, tell us about Ireland.Fearghal McGarry, Professor of Modern Irish history at Queen’s University Belfast is the spring 2021 Burns Visiting Scholar in Irish Studies at Boston College. A member of the Royal Irish Academy, he has written or edited eleven books on Irish history. His recent research has centered on the Irish r
Gloria Moran
01:30:17
Thanks again Ellen. I think my previous comments were linked to those of Colleen. Have to go.
Robert Bradley
01:30:33
Thank you, Paul!
Lisa Boehm
01:34:13
Hi, have to go to my next meeting! Thank you!!
Michael Coelho
01:36:14
Catholicism is the ultimate patriarchy
Paul Pelan
01:37:09
I have got to leave. Thank you so much!
Robert Bradley
01:37:21
thanks paul!!!
Michael Coelho
01:38:50
Thanks for the excellent presentation!
Paula McMullen
01:39:08
Terrific program
Robert Bradley
01:39:19
than you Paula!!!
Robert Bradley
01:39:35
I appreciate you getting the conversation started. really great insight!
Pam Arrighi
01:39:51
Thank you Ellen!
Deborah Drago
01:40:40
Thank you Dr. Ellen Scheible for your presentation! Take Care!
Ellen Scheible
01:40:55
Thank you so much!