Northcote, VIC 3070
|Full Member Ticket||$ 30 + $ 3 GST|
|Associate Ticket||$ 40 + $ 4 GST|
|Guest Ticket||$ 60 + $ 6 GST|
Newly-appointed Gerry Higgins Chair in Irish Studies at The University of Melbourne, Professor Ronan McDonald, will be in conversation with Chamber President, Fergal Coleman exploring the Irish Australian identity in a changing world and how it remains relevant to how we do business, with passion and authenticity. This will be very much an interactive session, you're invited to join the discussion, add to the debate and reconnect with "what makes us us", in fine company at a fantastic, intimate venue for a winter night.
There will be a drink on arrival and some Irish Australian finger food, courtesy of Eamonn and his team at Buck's.
How do I book for this event?
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When and where?
Thursday August 9th @6:00pm until 8:00pm
Buck Mulligan's Bar and Bookshop
217 High St, Northcote VIC 3070
What should I bring?
Bring yourself, a positive outlook and your business cards.
Professor Ronan McDonald took up the Gerry Higgins Chair in Irish Studies at The University of Melbourne at the start of 2018. He previously held the AIF Chair in Modern Irish Studies at The University of New South Wales, Sydney. He is widely published in Irish literary studies, with a particular interest in Irish modernism. He is also interested in approaches to literary value. His books include Tragedy and Irish Literature (2002), The Cambridge Introduction to Samuel Beckett (2007) and The Death of the Critic (2008). Recent edited collections include The Values of Literary Studies: Critical Institutions, Scholarly Agendas (Cambridge University Press, 2015) and Flann O’Brien and Modernism (2014). His next book is The Irish Revival and the Crisis of Value, which will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2019.