The Irish in Latin America

Chair of Celtic Studies Lecture
Tuesday, 2 May 2017 - 7:30 pm
The Irish in Latin America
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Paul Birt
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You are invited to attend a lecture by the eminent Professor of History from the University of Cork, Emeritus Dermot Keogh.

At the Chair of Celtic Studies, we are very proud to able to welcome Emeritus Professor Dermot Keogh to give a lecture on the Irish and Latin America with special attention to Ireland’s historic connections with Argentina. He will be speaking on Tuesday, 2 May, 2017 in the Hamelin Building (Arts) of the University of Ottawa, in room 509.

Professor Keogh was the first person to receive a doctorate in History and Civilisation from European University Institute, Florence; he was Fulbright Professor in California, 1983; Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Washington DC, 1988; Visiting Professor, History Department, Cornell University, 1989; Guest Scholar, Woodrow Wilson Center, 1991. Arts Faculty Research Merit award 1999. Lecturer and Professor, University College Cork, 1980-2010; Jean Monnet Professor, 1990-; Head of History, 2002-2009. Retired 2010.