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What Could Germany Do for Ireland? , 28 September 2016

 

"What Could Germany Do for Ireland?"

German dimensions of 1916

University of Limerick, 28 September 2016

Room MC2005

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9.30 Jerome aan de Wiel (UCC) "We have no idealistic interest in Ireland and no revolution, no rifles"; Imperial Germany's half-hearted attempts to support Irish republicans, 1904-1919

10.15 Joachim Fischer (UL), Ireland under German rule: Two Irish dystopias of 1916/17

 

11.00 Coffee

 

11.30 Angus Mitchell (Limerick), On the Wrong Side of History: Roger Casement and Germany

12.15 Fergal Lenehan (Jena), Countering Gay stereotypes on primetime television: The West German mini series Sir Roger Casement (1968)

13.00 Lunch 

 

Further information: Dr Joachim Fischer, School of Modern Languages & Applied Linguistics, University of Limerick     Email: joachim.fischer@ul.ie

 

Everybody welcome

 

Supported by the School of Modern Languages & Applied Linguistics, the Ralahine Centre for Utopian Studies and the President of the University of Limerick, Prof. Don Barry

 

 

Link to poster here