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Celtic May Term 2014


Tues., Nov. 5: Dr. Jim Symth from Notre Dame will present an engrossing, poignant and entertaining lecture about growing up as a Catholic in the Falls Road area of Belfast, N. Ireland. This is an area that we will visit and is central to conflicts associated with “The Troubles” in N. Ireland which we will be studying. 4:00 p.m., Winants.
Wed., Nov. 13: All students are strongly encouraged to attend a presentation by Tom McGill (a film producer from Belfast, Northern Ireland) at the Knickerbocker Theatre. Mr. McGill will be debuting his recent production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth entitled Mickey B. This production uses imprisoned Catholics and Protestants who were incarcerated for their involvement in “the Troubles” in Northern Ireland as actors. 7:30 p.m., Knickerbocker.


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