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"The Irish in America: The "Ethnic Fade That Didn't Happen"

Saturday, March 22
Starts at 1:00 PM

McLean County Museum of History
200 N. Main St, Bloomington IL 61701

“The Irish in America: The “Ethnic Fade” That Didn’t Happen”

The Museum welcomes James Rogers, director of the University of St. Thomas Center of Irish Studies and editor of New Hibernia Review: A Quarterly Record of Irish Studies. Rogers will examine what Ireland has historically meant in America and what it has come to mean in our present multicultural society.

A book signing will immediately follow the program and copies of Rogers’ most recent publication, Extended Family: Essays on Being Irish American from New Hibernia Review, will be available for purchase.

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