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From Home to Here: Stories of Languages Old and New

Linen Hall Library Runs until 20 December 2019

Explores the socio-cultural and linguistic impact on Northern Ireland of its changing population, from when the first Celtic speakers arrived, to the present day. The Peace Process has made Northern Ireland more attractive to economic migrants which has resulted in unprecedented inward migration so that ethnic minorities in the region and their languages have become increasingly audible and visible. Co-curated by Prof Karen Corrigan, Newcastle University, and Drs Frances Kane and Kate Mairs, Queen’s University Belfast, with human rights advocate Roberta Bacic, curator of Conflict Textiles.

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