The Great Irish Potato Famine: Some Perspective at 175 Years “The survivors were like walking skeletons – the men gaunt and haggard, stamped with the livid mark of hunger; the children crying with pain; the women in some of the cabins too weak to stand.” W.E. Forster, 1847 The impact of the Irish Potato Famine, […]
Irish history enthusiasts gathered together for the IACI symposium,“Ireland 1913 to 1923: A Decade in a Day” on Saturday, November 2.
The John Walsh Jersey Shore Chapter of the Irish American Cultural Institute (IACI) presents a talk by guest speaker Dr. Linda Dowling Almeida, esteemed professor of Irish Studies at Glucksman Ireland House at New York University (NYU), on Monday, May 13.
The John Walsh Chapter of the Irish American Cultural Institute (IACI) is pleased to announce
their sponsorship of a new essay contest.
The Irish American Cultural Institute (IACI), John Walsh Jersey Shore Chapter, is pleased to announce the launch of its inaugural Irish language course to be held on Thursday evenings in Sea Girt.