Gramophones, Irish Culture, and History

Gramophones, Irish Culture, and History


Monday, March 12 at 19:30 p.m.- Irish Heritage Quebec will hold an activity in McMahon Hall, 1145 De Salaberry in Quebec City.

Susanne Cammack will give a presentation entitled Gramophones, Irish Culture, and History which will explore the presence of gramophones in Irish literature as an expression of cultural trauma during the first quarter of the 20th century.

Refreshments will be served and parking stubs for Îlot St-Patrick will be validated.

For further information phone Irish Heritage Quebec at 418-704-3404.

Susanne Cammack has a PhD in British and Irish literature, primarily of the 19th and 20th century, from Southern Illinois University.

She has an MA in Irish Studies from National University of Ireland in Galway and an MA in English from Boise State University.

She is currently a Fulbright Canada Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Irish Studies at Concordia University in Montreal.

1145 Av De Salaberry,
Quebec QC
G1R 2V7

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