The "Leprechaunification" of Irish (and Celtic) Culture
by Rev. Dr. Phillip A. Bernhardt-House
Monday, March 17, 2008
Edge of the Circle Books
701 E. Pike Street (two blocks West of Broadway on Capitol Hill)
On this night, when everyone and their brother is Irish, before you go out and drink the green beer and say "Erin go bragh!" why not come and hear about the richness and diversity of Irish culture and religion at all periods, and some of why it has become so diluted (and deluded) in the eyes of much of the wider world.
Phillip A. Bernhardt-House holds a Ph.D. in Celtic Civilizations from University College Cork (Ireland), as well as an M.A. in Religious Studies and a B.A. in Medieval Studies and Creative Writing. He has written several academic articles and reviews, and has contributed to many spirituality publications, and is active in the pagan community in both Celtic Reconstructionist and Ekklesia Antinoou involvements.
Attendance at this presentation will cost $5 (though lower prices can be negotiated for the unwaged and students).