Laura Marshall Clark, M.A., is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma with ancestral heritage of Irish immigrants from County Tyrone, Ireland. She is an interdisciplinary scholar, author, and curator, exploring North America’s numerous and distinct tribal histories,
Rory James Corbett is a PhD candidate in the Department of Music at University College Cork, where he is currently completing his doctoral thesis. Rory’s research explores the cultural symbiosis which took place between Irish, African American and blackface minstrel
Barry Monahan is based in the Department of Film & Screen Media at University College Cork. He lectures in Irish and other national cinemas from historical, theoretical and aesthetic perspectives. His recent publications include a chapter in the sixth volume
Rosaleen was born in Cork. She first moved from Ireland to the South of England and then to the North of England before she relocated to Carmel Indiana, USA in 1990. She now spends her time between Carmel Indiana and
I am a trained librarian/archivist based in the San Francisco Bay Area, enrolled in the distance learning MA in Gaelic Literature.