Posts Tagged ‘Feminism’

Mother, Life, Landscape, and the Connection

Globally-renowned Irish author Edna O’Brien, winner of the 2018 PEN/Nabokov award for achievement in international literature, and many other awards, will receive the Insignia of Commandeur Ordre des Arts et Lettres from the French Minister of Culture on March 7, 2021. (Click here to register for the event on Sunday 3/7). In celebration of Edna’sRead more..

Review of Books

Irish Hunger and Migration: Myth, Memory and Memorialization Edited by Patrick Fitzgerald, Christine Kinealy, and Gerard Moran The biennial Ulster-American Heritage Symposium, which explores Ulster’s connections with the United States, celebrated its 20th anniversary at two venues in 2014: Quinnipiac University in Connecticut and the University of Georgia in Athens. Since 1976, venues have alternated between sites in Ulster andRead more..

Mothers United

Tara Stackpole read Football for Dummies from cover to cover. She needed to know the difference between a fullback and a halfback. Her husband, Timmy, had been a football player on the FDNY team, a coach for the kids’ league and a huge sports fan. Tara wanted to get up to speed on the intricaciesRead more..

Women in N.I. Politics

On June 5, 2002, Maureen Murray of The Northern Ireland Women’s Initiative (NIWI) hosted a luncheon at her home in New York City to launch a new fundraising campaign to announce the next phase of DemocraShe, a six-week comprehensive training program in politics, policy and media for women in Northern Ireland. NIWI successfully trained 102Read more..