Round table: “Decoding Brexit” – Dermot Keogh, PhD. Viernes, 18 de agosto, 11hs.

Viernes, 18 de agosto, 11 hs.
Aula Magna de la Escuela de Lenguas Modernas (Lavalle 1878, CABA)
Actividad curricular abierta de las cátedras de Historia de la Cultura e Historia de Gran Bretaña de nuestras carreras en inglés, en el marco del “Ciclo de Cultura y Estudios Irlandeses” (RR Nº124/17), de la Cátedra Extracurricular de Estudios Irlandeses. La mesa redonda se realizará en idioma inglés.
Inscripción: lenguas@usal.edu.ar

keoghDermot Keogh, PhD
Professor of History and Emeritus Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration Studies at  University College Cork, Ireland. Member of the Royal Irish Academy. He was granted two Fulbright Commission scholarships. He has been Resident Researcher at the Woodrow Wilson Center (Washington D.C.) and at the Institute for Irish Studies at Queen’s University  (Belfast). He has been Visiting Professor at the European University Institute (Italy) and at Universidad del Salvador (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Among his books on Irish history: Jack Lynch: His Life and Times; Jews in Twentieth-Century Ireland: Refugees, Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust, y Twentieth-Century Ireland: Revolution and State Building. He has edited and co-edited more than fifteen books, and his academic production includes various book chapters and academic articles.

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