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I am an Irish-American journalist based in Washington, D.C. I have produced my Irish-American blog for over eight years and written for external newspapers, magazines, and websites including Prologue magazine, U.S. National Archives & Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; History News

Colleen Hennessy is a graduate of Stonecoast MFA at the University of Southern Maine, where she studied creative nonfiction writing, and taught writing and research to social work undergraduates. She also holds a MA in community development from the National

AB, MA Seton Hall University, NJ 1954, 1960, Ed.D. University of Rochester, NY 1979 Taught and Supervised English in public schools in NJ and NY 1958- 1991. Taught Irish Culture courses at St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY 1992-1996. Discussion

Connor Toole is an alumnus of the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Digital Curation at Johns Hopkins University. He has presented his research at six academic conferences, including three ACIS regional meetings and one national meeting. His work on the history

Lawrence Eson has studied Medieval Irish and Celtic Literature, Mythology, and Languages since 1990. My UCLA Ph.D. dissertation was entitled “Merlin and the Celtic Wild Man as Poet and Prophet.” I have published a number of articles in early Irish,

I attended my first ACIS meeting in 1982 (Cortland). B.A. Newton College of the Sacred Heart, M.A. University College Dublin, and PhD University College Dublin, studied under Gus Martin. UConn Aetna Fellow. Thesis: The Matter of Ireland: “Ireland” as Envisioned

I am an Industry professional in the United States, working in the energy industry. Born in Limerick, I emigrated in 1992 and eagerly follow Irish politics, social implications and irish diaspora participation in solving the worlds greatest problems.