PRONI - After The Gathering: Dissonant Voices In Irish Diaspora Studies





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Published on Jun 18, 2014

Queen's University's Institute of Collaborative Research in the Humanities, DCAL and the Ministerial Advisory Group of the Ulster Scots Academy hosted this symposium focussing on diaspora histories, representations, culture and politics following the events of the Irish government's Gathering year.

This event was held in PRONI on 6th June 2014.
Speakers included in this video are:

Dr Dominic Bryan, Queen's University Belfast -- 'Defining Ireland: Those gathered for Irish Studies'

Dr Johanne Devlin Trew, University of Ulster -- 'Whose diaspora, whose migration, whose identity?' Migration and diaspora in the Northern Ireland context since 1921

Prof Mark Boyle, NUI Maynooth -- Recasting diaspora strategies within care frameworks: The case of the Ireland's the Gathering 2013

Dr Barry Vann -- 'Natural Liberty in the Bible Belt: Ulster-Scots Emigration and Explaining Voting Patterns in Southern Appalachia'

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