The event, sponsored by the Jesuit Institute, also will feature Edward Furton of the National Catholic Bioethics Center in Boston. Theology Department chairman Prof. Stephen Pope will moderate the discussion.
The stage version of the classic horror tale "Dracula" will be presented at Robsham Theater from Oct. 11-13. Tickets for the production, directed by Assoc. Prof. John Houchin (Theater), are $10, $5 for students with BC ID and senior citizens. Check "Calendar" for show times or call ext.2-4800.
Boston College will host the 13th annual Irish Studies Graduate Conference on Oct. 12-13, which will feature a keynote address by Burns Library Visiting
The conference, "Set Apart? Locating Ireland," takes an interdisciplinary approach to contemporary issues in Irish Studies and will include presentations from research areas in literature, history, language, political science and the fine arts. BC faculty and graduate students will host, present, and serve as respondents to panels during the event.
More information is available at the conference World Wide Web site, www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/irish/gradconf.html.
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