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Re-Imagining the Creative Arts Canon and Curriculum

Re-Imagining the Creative Arts Canon and Curriculum

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Our podcast series will take a look at hidden and underrepresented works in across the creative arts canon.
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Celia De Fréine and Irish language Theatre

Re-Imagining the Creative Arts Canon and Curriculum

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Episode 3 - Margaret O'Leary
If you asked anyone, “Who are the women in Irish Theatre who wrote within the last century?”, I think you would be hard pressed to get a response beyond Lady Gregory. This podcast series will shine a light on neglected female playwrights who do not commonly feature in the Irish creative arts canon. Join me, as I speak with voices that have been forgotten and learn about their artistic direction, their life and writings. In doing so, I reveal and uncover a lost world of Irish creativity.
39:27
May 28, 2021
Episode 2 - Teresa Deevy
If you asked anyone, “Who are the women in Irish Theatre who wrote within the last century?”, I think you would be hard pressed to get a response beyond Lady Gregory. This podcast series will shine a light on neglected female playwrights who do not commonly feature in the Irish creative arts canon. Join me, as I speak with voices that have been forgotten and learn about their artistic direction, their life and writings. In doing so, I reveal and uncover a lost world of Irish creativity.
42:60
May 24, 2021
Eva Gore Booth and Devising Online in Lockdown with Aisling Hanrahan
Today's Podcast will feature Aisling Hanrahan (third year student at the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance, NUI Galway). Aisling is a producer of work in the Festival of New Work andf will be talking about their project and the works of Eva Gore Booth which the project is based on. We have letters of love, political uprisings, and so much more on this weeks episode.
30:22
May 21, 2021
Mary O'Malley, Christina Reid and Northern Irish Theatre
Today's podcast will have Professor Patrick Lonergan (Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies, NUI Galway) delving into the work of Mary O' Malley and Christina Reid and the broader context of how Northern Irish writers interact with the Irish canon. We ask: How does contextual work fit into the canon? Do we have an aversion to our past? What is the artistic voice of Northern Ireland? All this and more in this week's episode.
33:24
May 19, 2021
By Many Names - Part Two
This short podcast series explores the major impact women have had on Irish society and culture that has been largely forgotten. It considers the lives of Eva Gore-Booth and NoraBarnacle and the ways in which these women made significant impact in Ireland during their lives.
10:12
May 17, 2021
By Many Names - Part One
This short podcast series explores the major impact women have had on Irish society and culture that has been largely forgotten. It considers the lives of Eva Gore-Booth and NoraBarnacle and the ways in which these women made significant impact in Ireland during their lives. 
15:24
May 17, 2021
Episode One - Máiréad Ní Ghráda
If you asked anyone, “Who are the women in Irish Theatre who wrote within the last century?”, I think you would be hard pressed to get a response beyond Lady Gregory. This podcast series will shine a light on neglected female playwrights who do not commonly feature in the Irish creative arts canon. Join me, as I speak with voices that have been forgotten and learn about their artistic direction, their life and writings. In doing so, I reveal and uncover a lost world of Irish creativity.
43:13
May 17, 2021
Celia De Fréine and Irish language Theatre
Welcome to the Unearthed podcast, today we will be talking to Marianne Ní Chinneide (Lecturer in the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance, NUI Galway) about playwright Celia De Fréine and Irish language theatre's place in the Irish canon.  We ask: How far back does theatre stretch back in Irish history, where do we put on theatre in Irish? Can theatre in Irish have its own unique identity that is separate from the traditional Irish identity? All this and more in this week's episode.
43:40
May 17, 2021