The Villanova Center for Irish Studies, in partnership with the Consul General of Ireland in New York, will welcome award-winning women writers from Northern Ireland to campus for an engaging literary panel discussion and readings around the topics of women’s rights, the sectarian divide, and social class. The evening event will feature authors Lucy Caldwell (These Days), Jan Carson (The Raptures), and Michelle Gallen (Factory Girls).
A New Chapter: Women Writing Northern Ireland Now is presented in partnership with Columbia University, NYU, and Georgetown University, with support from the Government of Ireland and Northern Ireland Bureau
Registration: There is no fee to attend, however, advanced registration is requested, click HERE to sign up
Co-sponsored by: Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women’s Leadership
Supported by: Falvey Memorial Library, Department of English, Department of History, Department of Political Science, Department of Global & Interdisciplinary Studies, Gender & Women’s Studies, Center for Peace & Justice Education, Creative Writing Program, Writing Center; St. Joseph’s University Irish Studies program; Irish Diaspora Center; Irish American Business Chamber & Network
Location: John and Joan Mullen Performing Arts Center, Topper Theater at Villanova University