Mo Moulton, Associate Director of Studies in History and Literature and Lecturer in the History Department, will be reading from her book, Ireland and the Irish in Interwar England, at the Harvard Coop. There’s sure to be a lively discussion, so please come if you can. For more information, see the website.
"Ireland and the Irish in Interwar England"
To what extent did the Irish disappear from English politics, life and consciousness following the Anglo-Irish War? Mo Moulton offers a new perspective on this question through an analysis of the process by which Ireland and the Irish were redefined in English culture as a feature of personal life and civil society rather than a political threat.