Lecture - “Constance Markievicz: aristocrat, artist, socialist, revolutionary”
Fall 2020 Poetry Readings & Lectures
Sponsored by the Marie Frazee Baldassarre Professorship
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Wednesday 11th November 6:45 p.m.
“Constance Markievicz: aristocrat, artist, socialist, revolutionary”
Professor Lauren Arrington of Maynooth University, Ireland, is the author of Revolutionary Lives (2016), an acclaimed double-biography of Irish rebel Constance Markievicz, née Gore-Booth, and her husband, Polish count and revolutionary Casimir Markievicz. Arrington’s other books include W.B. Yeats, the Abbey Theatre, Censorship, and the Irish State (Oxford University Press, 2010 ), and The Poets of Rapallo: Late Modernist Writing in Mussolini’s Italy (forthcoming with Oxford University Press). With Matthew Campbell, she is editing the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of W.B. Yeats, and she is serving as a director of the Yeats International Summer School from 2018-2021.