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The Scotch-Irish Society of the USA regrets to announce that the Scotch-Irish Identity Symposium, scheduled for June 3rd, 2017 in York, SC, has been canceled. The society did not receive enough proposals for papers to enable us to put together a viable program this year.
EIGHTH BIENNIAL SCOTCH-IRISH IDENTITY SYMPOSIUM
The Scotch-Irish Society of the USA is pleased to announce that the Eighth Biennial Scotch-Irish Identity Symposium will be held on Saturday, June 3, 2017, at the McCelvey Center, 212 East Jefferson Street, York, South Carolina 29745. The theme for this symposium will be "The Scotch-Irish and the American Revolution". Interested parties are invited to submit papers on this topic, or any other topic related to the history and culture of the Scotch-Irish in the United States, for inclusion in the symposium. For more information, please contact Scotch-Irish Society vice president Michael Scoggins at 803-818-6768 or email@example.com
Now available on Youtube as a video slideshow is
Arthur Sullivan's lecture
Breakfast time back home: Media representations of Irish Emigration
given at this year's Literature of Irish Exile Autumn School.
My Journey's End
Senator George Mitchell, the architect of the Good Friday Agreement, returned to Northern Ireland with his 14-year-old son Andrew to visit some of the 61 families whose children share Andrew's birthday. In this deeply personal film, the families talk about the effects of the Agreement and how life has changed for "the children of peace." Former President Bill Clinton adds his perspective on the significance of Senator Mitchell's work.
For information please contact the Society secretary:
or write to:
ATTN: Pat McKee Mulvey, Secretary
The Scotch-Irish Society USA
P0 Box 15
Verbank, NY 12585-9998