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Irish and Ecology/An Ghaeilge agus an Éiceolaíocht, Friday 22nd May | 8:00pm | The Heritage Museum, Cloughjordan

Michael Cronin (1776 Professor of French, TCD, Ollamh le Fraincis 1776, Coláiste na Tríonóide) April 2020

Michael Cronin will give a bilingual talk on the subject of his new book on Irish and ecology in which he argues that endangered languages like Irish ‘offer a way of engaging with the non-human world which can teach us invaluable skills for a future where the non-human is coming back to exact climate revenge on human hubris’.

Tabharfaidh Michael Cronin caint dátheangach ar ábhar a leabhair nua ar an Ghaeilge agus an éiceolaíocht. Leagfaidh sé béim ar thábhacht na Gaeilge ‘chun an nasc idir an chríoch dhaonna agua na críocha nádúrtha a athchruthú agus a shlánú’.

No charge but donations welcome to pay for room rental. Booking not needed.

Friday 22nd May | 8:00pm | The Heritage Museum, Cloughjordan

ECOVILLAGE

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