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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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Dinner:                      5:30 PM

Our September Meeting is
Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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Meeting:                   7:15 PM
Lecture:                    7:30 PM

AIA Speaker: Audrey Horning
Subject: “Worlds in Motion:  Ireland, the Atlantic and Early Colonial America”

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Worlds in Motion:  Ireland, the Atlantic and Early Colonial America”
Audrey Horning,
College of William and Mary
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Queen’s University, Belfast

Early British colonial settlements in Ireland and North America occupied a parallel and overlapping universe, so intimately connected that in  the early seventeenth century, the chronicler Fynes Moryson would refer  to Ireland as “this famous Island in the Virginian Sea”  (Moryson 1605-1617).  Drawing from a range of archaeological projects in  both North America and Ireland, the lecture will consider the  similarities and dissimilarities between the two lands and the cultural  entanglements of the early modern Atlantic.  Familiar places like  Roanoke, Jamestown, and Plymouth will be discussed in light of their  lesser known Irish connections, while the long held notion that Ireland  served as a model for New World English colonial ventures will be  challenged.

Audrey Horning

Audrey Horning is the Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of  Anthropology at the College of William and Mary, and Professor of  Anthropology at Queen's University, Belfast.   She holds her degrees from the University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D.) and the College of William and  Mary, and her areas of specialization are comparative colonialism,  historical archaeology, Ireland and eastern North America, and the  archaeology of conflict transformation.  She has done extensive  fieldwork in Ireland, as well as in North America (Virginia) and the  Western Isles of Scotland.  Her recent publications include Ireland in the Virginian Sea: Colonialism in the British Atlantic (2013).   Professor Horning is an AIA Joukowsky Lecturer for 2017/2018.

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