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  • Chris Morash
    Hazel Ellis and Dublin's Gate Theatre

    Chris Morash is the Seamus Heaney Professor of Irish Writing at Trinity College Dublin. He is co-editor of Mint’s publication Teresa Deevy Reclaimed: Volume I, as well as the forthcoming Volume II. While Dublin’s Abbey Theatre was Ireland’s best known theatre internationally in the early years of the twentieth century, some of the most interesting theatre in Ireland in the 1930s was actually produced at the Gate Theatre in Dublin—where WOMEN WITHOUT MEN was first performed in 1938. In these videos, filmed after a performance of WOMEN WITHOUT MEN by Hazel Ellis, Professor Morash discusses the theatre, the people, and the ideas that formed the context for that first production. Videos by Joshua Paul Johnson. Recorded live on February 27, 2016.

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  • Maureen O. Murphy, Hofstra University
    A SCHOOL FOR LADIES: EDUCATION IN 1930s IRELAND

    Maureen O. Murphy is Professor of Curriculum and Teaching, and Co-Director of the undergraduate Irish Studies minor at Hofstra University. Professor Murphy is a past president of the American Conference for Irish Studies and a past chair of the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures. In these videos, filmed after a performance of WOMEN WITHOUT MEN by Hazel Ellis, Professor Murphy discusses the history of women’s education in Ireland. Videos by Joshua Paul Johnson. Recorded live on February 13, 2016.

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