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macdara woods

November 2004. Professor John Dillon (left) with MacDara Woods at the IIHSA lecture "On First Looking into Kavanagh's Homer" i
This event was in celebration of the centenary of the birth of the poet Patrick Kavanagh.

The IIHSA gratefully acknowledges funding from the Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland for this event

seamus heaney

February 4th 2004. Seamus Heaney giving his reading with commentary entitled "Herm with Cairn"

seamus heaney, john dillon, ambassador margaret hennessey

February 2004.Professor John Dillon, Director of the Irish Institute, with the Irish Ambassador, Her Excellency Ms Margaret Hennessy and Seamus Heaney.

david sweetman

David Sweetman speaking on "Anglo-Norman Castles in Ireland" in the IIHSA Athens 2003 lecture series in May.

wendy logue presentation

A surprise presentation at David Sweetman's lecture to the IIHSA Assistant Director, Wendy Logue (centre) for receiving her doctorate from Trinity College Dublin!
Making the presentation are Fran O'Rourke (on behalf of the IIHSA) and the Irish Ambassador, Ms Margaret Hennessy.May 2003.

 

david sweetman, ambassador margaret hennessey

May 2003. David Sweetman with the Irish Ambassador, Her Excellency Ms Margaret Hennessy at the IIHSA lecture in .

The IIHSA gratefully acknowledges funding from the Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland for this event
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david sweetman

May 2003.David Sweetman (right) with Lorraine O'Brien and Ruaidhri Dowling, First Secretary of the Irish Embassy in Athens at the IIHSA lecture

pankration

Recreation of the ancient Greek pankration at the IIHSA 2003 day school in Dublin on the "World of the Ancient Olympic Games".
Click here for more pictures of the pankration.

yvonne scott irish landscape painting lecture

Dr Yvonne Scott (second right) at the reception following her IIHSA lecture in Athens in May 2003 on "Transformations in Irish landscape Painting".

The IIHSA gratefully acknowledges funding from the Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland for this event.

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