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22nd October 2013

07:00 PM
Price : Free

ADDRESS

National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316030295
learning@nli.ie

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nli.ie

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J F K, Ireland and the world

Join us for this lively round table discussion hosted by Tommy Graham, Editor of History Ireland. The panel will include Ryan Tubridy (RTÉ & JFK in Ireland) and Bob Schmuhl (of Notre Dame)

All welcome, no booking required.

 

About the History Ireland Hedge School Series

Like their eighteenth-century predecessors, the hedge schools run by History Ireland are slightly subversive in nature – a unique combination of serious and playful round table discussions conducted by expert contributors, coupled with active participation by, and engagement with, a general audience. The idea behind the twenty-first-century version is that it too can be run ‘anywhere, any time and on any topic’. While not like an academic seminar in terms of its presentation style, it is like an academic seminar in terms of the discussion that takes place. All events are deliberately designed to be provocative, interactive and primarily driven by content.

 

 

Many of our events  at the NLI are free. If you would like this to continue, you can support our Events Programme by making a donation. Donation boxes are located throughout the NLI buildings.

J F K, Ireland and the world

22nd October 2013

07:00 PM

Price : Free

ADDRESS

National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316030295
learning@nli.ie

WEB

nli.ie

Share

Join us for this lively round table discussion hosted by Tommy Graham, Editor of History Ireland. The panel will include Ryan Tubridy (RTÉ & JFK in Ireland) and Bob Schmuhl (of Notre Dame)

All welcome, no booking required.

 

About the History Ireland Hedge School Series

Like their eighteenth-century predecessors, the hedge schools run by History Ireland are slightly subversive in nature – a unique combination of serious and playful round table discussions conducted by expert contributors, coupled with active participation by, and engagement with, a general audience. The idea behind the twenty-first-century version is that it too can be run ‘anywhere, any time and on any topic’. While not like an academic seminar in terms of its presentation style, it is like an academic seminar in terms of the discussion that takes place. All events are deliberately designed to be provocative, interactive and primarily driven by content.

 

 

Many of our events  at the NLI are free. If you would like this to continue, you can support our Events Programme by making a donation. Donation boxes are located throughout the NLI buildings.

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