Hibernian Lecture: “America and the Irish Revolution, 1916–1922”


Location: 100–104 McKenna Hall

Ruán O’Donnell is a senior lecturer in history University of Limerick. His current research examines Irish radicalism and international pro-Irish Republican networks during the Irish Revolution. In 2010, he held the Patrick B. O’Donnell Visiting Chair of Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame’s Keough-Naughton Institute. He is the founding and current director of the Irish Life and Literature Summer School at the University of Limerick.

The 2018 Hibernian Lecture marks the fortieth anniversary of the relationship between the Hibernians and the Cushwa Center. In 1978, the Ancient Order of Hibernians undertook a campaign to establish an endowment at the University of Notre Dame to support the scholarly study of Irish America. The Cushwa Center administers this program and in various ways—including the Hibernian Research Award—seeks to promote the study of the Irish experience in Ireland and America. Each year, the center invites a distinguished scholar or author to lecture at Notre Dame on some aspect of the Irish experience. 

All are welcome.

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