Kathleen Williams See Mining the works of Irish Women Writers Part 1 here. In 2005, granted a two-month research leave from the Boston College Libraries, I worked on a project that sought to raise visibility of Irish women writers. The project included creating an…
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Looking forward to our online 11th International George Moore conference, Saturday 24th April and hosted by MIC, Limerick. See the conference programme https://www.georgemooreassociation.org/events and live updates #gmoore2021
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@SchoolENCA PhD student Shirley-Anne Godfrey will be speaking at our next research seminar this Thursday (1pm) on the topic of 'Writing Back to Canon: Lady Gregory (1852-1932) and Frances Brown (1816-1879)'. Not to be missed! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link
#Otd 1874: Birth #Cork Katherine Cecil Thurston.👩🎓home.✍️eg political thriller John Chilcote, M.P. (The Masquerader in US), @nytimes bestseller list 2 years, Broadway & film 4x! The Gambler, Max! When divorcing he complained she made more money than him! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katherine_Cecil_Thurston