November, 2021

07nov2:00 pm7:00 pmWords & Music: An Afternoon with IRISH PAGES on Literature and the AnthropoceneBook launch, talks, music and wine with Alastair McIntosh · Alec Finlay · Chris Agee · Garry MacKenzie · IRISH PAGES · Robert Alan Jamieson · The Paddy Callaghan TrioMcLeod Hall @ Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 3UU Organiser: Centre for Human Ecology Event Type:Cultural, Arts & Social,MeetingTheme:Climate Justice,Nature & Biodiversity

Event Details

LAUNCH RECEPTION 14:00 – 15.15
Delegates, media and the public are cordially invited to the launch of the new issue of IRISH PAGES, edited specifically to mark the UN Climate Change Conference COP26: “The Anthropocene” (Volume 11, No 1). Free copies available ~ Wine will be served ~ Meet the Authors ~ Music

EVENT: LITERATURE & THE ENVIRONMENT 15:30 – 17:00
Chris Agee in conversation with Garry MacKenzie, Alec Finlay & Robert Alan Jamieson

IRISH & SCOTTISH TRADITIONAL MUSIC SESSION – 17:15 – 18:00
The Paddy Callaghan Trio

TALK: A SIXTEENTH CENTURY IRISH SERMON ON COP26 18:00 – 18:45
by the author, activist and poet Alastair McIntosh.

All events free and ticketless (maximum capacity = 150; please reserve a ticket to ensure attendance) – entry at any time.

IRISH PAGES is edited by Chris Agee, Meg Bateman, and Kathleen Jamie.

To see news of Garry MacKenzie’s newly released book ‘BEN DORAIN: a conversation with a mountain’ see here.”

Organiser

Centre for Human EcologyAnne Winther Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 3UU

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