Thomas D’Arcy McGee Beacon Fellowship Lecture: “In Search of Global Ireland”

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Principal McGowan is pleased to announce that St. Michael’s College and the Celtic Studies program have been awarded a Thomas D’Arcy McGee Beacon Fellowship from the Ireland Canada University Foundation. We warmly welcome Dr. Darragh Gannon of Queen’s University Belfast as our visiting Fellow, who will deliver a lecture titled “In Search of Global Ireland: […]

Canadian Association for Irish Studies Conference: Strokestown Famine Orphans in Quebec

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Part of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies Annual Meeting, “The Marianna O’Gallagher Memorial Session: Strokestown Famine Orphans in Quebec” will take place on Tuesday, June 22 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. EDT. Dr. Mark McGowan will be joining Caroilin Callery and Dr. Jason King to discuss a recent short film entitled “Strokestown Famine Orphans […]

Canadian Association for Irish Studies Conference: Canadian Contributions to the Northern Ireland Peace Process

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Part of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies Annual Meeting, “Canadian Contributions to the Northern Ireland Peace Process”  is being held on Thursday, June 24 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. This panel will examine questions surrounding the importance and vulnerabilities of the Good Friday Agreement / Belfast Agreement with a focus on significant contributions made […]

Music and Theology Symposium

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Friday, July 16 and Saturday, July 17, please join us for an online Music and Theology Symposium featuring a variety of speakers from the St. Michael's community. Learn more about the presentations and register to attend.

Celebrating Sisters in Higher Education

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In partnership with the Loretto Sisters and the Sisters of St. Joseph, join us for a conversation on Catholic Culture in Canada & Women Religious in Canadian Higher Education, with historians Dr. Mark McGowan and Dr. Elizabeth Smyth. It was women’s religious communities that opened the college doors for female students more than 100 years ago, with the […]

A Journey through the Centuries: The Making of Dante Guarneriano

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On Wednesday, October 20 at 4:30 p.m., join St. Mike’s Book and Media Studies prof. Paolo Granata and a panel of experts in Medieval studies and manuscript culture to explore one of the oldest and most richly decorated medieval copies of Dante’s Divine Comedy ”Inferno.” Learn more and register to attend.

Online Conference: Canada and the Irish Revolution

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Saturday, Oct. 23 at 9:20 a.m., join us for a daylong conference sponsored by the Celtic Studies program at St. Michael's: Canada and the Irish Revolution 1919-21. For Zoom access, please contact the Office of the Principal.

Celtic Studies Lecture: Of War and Peace

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On Thursday, Oct. 28 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., the Celtic Studies Program will present "Of War and Peace: Stories from the Northern Ireland Peace Process," a conversation with Ambassador of Ireland to Canada Dr. Eamonn McKee. This lecture is being made possible by a grant from the Irish Cultural Society of Toronto. Please contact […]

Streaming SMC: Three Dante’s Inferno-Themed Games

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Streaming SMC is a series of video game livestreaming events hosted by Book & Media Studies Prof. Felan Parker, featuring St. Mike’s faculty discussing games related to their areas of expertise. On October 29 from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. Eastern time, Prof. Parker will be joined by Prof. Stephen Tardif (back by popular demand) to […]