Visiting Fulbright Scholar to Lecture on Medieval Irish Identity

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Patrick Wadden, associate professor of history at Belmont Abbey College, will lecture on "Irish and European: Exploring Identities in Early Medieval Ireland" at 11:50 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, in Old Main 412. 

Wadden, who earned his Doctor of Philosophy at Oxford, researches conceptions of Irish identity in the early medieval period. He is currently the president of the Celtics Studies Association of North American and will be a Fulbright Scholar next spring in Dublin. 

As part of the Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Middle Eastern Studies Colloquium, the lecture is free and open to the public. Lunch will also be provided.

 

Contacts

Joshua Byron Smith, associate professor
Department of English
479-575-4301, jbs016@uark.edu

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