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2017年7月アイルランドで開催の、

The 30th Annual G. M. Hopkins Festival
第30回G・M・ホプキンズ祭

のプログラム。

7月24日(月)に、Taste of Japanというプログラムを組んでくれている。

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FRIDAY 21st JULY
2.00 REGISTRATION begins
7.00 RECEPTION and GRAND OPENING
Reception kindly supported by The EU
Commission Representation in Ireland
Music by The Humoresque Quintet, Dir.
Marianna Alaberova (Czech Rep.)
The Mayor of Kildare
Municipal Mayor, Seán Power MCC
Opening by H.E. Robin Barnett, Ambassador of UK
Bruno Gaurier presents Prof. Philip Nolan, President of
NUI Maynooth with a 1580 volume, printed by a
pupil of Gutenberg.
Conor Bowman President The Gerard Manley Hopkins Society
PRESENTATION OF ThE LIFETIME AChIEVEMENT AwARD: Douglas
Grandgeorge (USA) with Koji Katsurayama, President,
The Hopkins Society of Japan
MC: Fiona O’Loughlin TD / Elaine Murphy
ART ExhIbITIONS: OPENING
Brian Bourke; Charles Harper; James McKenna;
Emer Byrne, William Finnie,
Mikoláš Axmann (Czech Republic)
Opening: Desmond Egan
Eleanor Swan; Judy Lalor; Eamon Colman; Emmet Kane
Opening: Lance Pierson MC: Derek Egan
9.30 whISKEY TASTING Coffey’s Pub. (Main Street) Upstairs.
Two poems: Chris Green (De Paul University, Chicago)
Tasting introduced by Michael Nolan
(Exec. Director, LARM, Lincoln, USA) (power point)
Guitar: Conor Mahony Moderator: Conor Bowman
MC: Morgan McCabe (Cover charge: €5)
A Favourite Hopkins: Donald Callen Freed (Ross State Uni. Texas);
Erin Kavanagh (Uni. of Wales); Koji Katsurayama (Japan);
Will Adamson (Germany); Sakiko Takagi (Japan); Jenny
Adamson; Christine Gaurier (France); Ban’ya Natsuishi
(Japan); Mary Parsons; Kathleen de Roos (USA); Miho Takahashi
(Japan); Susanne Ayoub (Iraq); Emilia Ivancu (Romania);
Teresa Redmond (NUI Maynooth); Bruno Gaurier (France);
Aya Yoshida (Japan); Michael Nolan (USA); Nedra Bickham
(Austria); Seán Dunne MC: Derek Egan

SATURDAY 22nd JULY
9.00 REGISTRATION
Parallel Youth Programme begins. Director: Derek Egan.
Art Exhibitions open to public. (10% Deposit on sales)
9.30 MUSIC wORKShOP conducted by Conor Mahony
MC: Derek Egan
10.45 Coffee
11.15 CREATIVE wRITING wORKShOP: Desmond Egan
Participants may bring 25 copies of one poem, for critique.
Special Guest: Chris Green (De Paul University, Chicago)
who will read one poem. MC: Will Adamson
12.15 LAUNCh and LECTURE
Hopkins Poems: CD recorded by Lance Pierson (Hopkins Society, UK)
Launch by Will Adamson (Uni. of Ulm, Germany)
Hopkins in London (power point): Lance Pierson MC: Elaine Murphy
1.00 Lunch: Chat and Chew (opposite Whitewater S.C.)
3.00 wINE RECEPTION and LECTURES
Hopkins’s Typhoid Fever: Kathleen de Roos APRN, MSN, CIC, Clinical
Programs, Omaha
Contemporary Innovators: Hopkins, Dickinson, Whitman: Douglas
Grandgeorge (New York)
Moderator: Adrian McGoldrick MC: Elaine Murphy
5.30 Dinner: Harrigans (Main Street)
8.00 ANNUAL CLASSICAL CONCERT
World-famous Swedish pianist, Hans Palsson
Beethoven; Mozart; Bach; Schubert; Debussy; Saint Saens
Introduction by Paul Keane, Hon Consul, Swedish-Irish Society
Piano sponsored by Paul Keane, Swedish-Irish Society
MC: Morgan McCabe Admission: €25 (tickets at door)
10.30 Nightcap in Johnson’s on the Liffey

SUNDAY 23rd JULY N.U.I.Maynooth Day
10.30 MASS in Newbridge College Chapel
Celebrant: Patrick Samway SJ (St. Joseph’s Uni., Philadelphia)
Soloist: Justin Duane, Baritone
Lessons: Elaine Murphy; Derek Egan
Prayers of the Faithful: Christine Gaurier; Morgan McCabe;
Bruno Gaurier; Chris Green; Jenny Adamson; Mary Parsons
After Communion: That Nature Is A Heraclitean Fire read by
Lance Pierson (UK) MC: Mary Parsons
11.45 Cars go to NEwbRIDGE SILVER Showrooms.
12.15 STYLE MUSEUM
Tour led by Jenny Adamson. A Hopkins poem: Elaine Murphy;
Douglas Grandgeorge; Michael Nolan MC: Jenny Adamson
1.00 Lunch in Silver Restaurant (optional; pay at checkout). A poem by
Chris Green and by Erin Kavanagh MC: Elaine Murphy
2.00 BUS for Maynooth (names in advance to Mary Parsons)
leaving from Newbridge Silver car park and from Parish Church.
MC on trip: Mary Parsons
3.00 MAYNOOTh COLLEGE
Welcome by Teresa Redmond. Visit to Russell
Library and Exhibition
MC: Jenny Adamson
5.00 ShERRY RECEPTION (Cana Rooms)
sponsored by President Philip Nolan.
Guitar: Conor Mahony; a song: Justin Duane
(Baritone); a Hopkins poem: Jenny Adamson;
a poem by Philip Brady; Patrick Samway SJ;
Susanne Ayoub (Iraq); Emilia Ivancu (Romania)
MC: Teresa Redmond (NUI Maynooth)
6.00 hOPKINS SOCIETY bANQUET 2017 (Renehan Hall)
Entry by ticket only; booking on Web or from Jenny
Adamson/ Viv Abbott
H.E. Hana Mottlová, Ambassador of Czech Republic
The Mayor of Kildare
Conor Bowman President, The Hopkins Society
A Hopkins poem: Lance Pierson (UK)
PRESENTATION OF NEwbRIDGE SILVER AwARD to
Patrick Samway SJ (St. Joseph’s Uni. Philadelphia).
Masked Mystery with Jenny Adamson MC: Derek Egan
9.00 Bus leaves from Front Gate
10.00 NIGhTCAP: Cummins’s pub

MONDAY 24th JULY
9.15 REGISTRATION for Visitors continues each day.
Parallel Youth Programme: Director: Derek Egan.
Art Exhibitions open to public. (10% Deposit on sales)
10.00 LECTURES
With Friends Like These: Bridges’ 1918 Preface: William Adamson
(Uni. of Ulm, Germany)
Hopkins, Art and Neurosis: Desmond Egan
Moderator: Mark Thompson (Quinnipiac Uni. Hamden)
MC: Jenny Adamson
11.00 Coffee
11.45 PRESENTATION and LECTURES
ThE hOPKINS SOCIETY AwARD to Teresa Redmond (NUI Maynooth)
Hopkins and Tudor Arghezi: Emilia Ivancu (Romania)
Hopkins and Emerson: Andrew Delohery
(Quinnipiac Uni. Hamden)
Moderator: Erin Kavanagh (Uni. of Wales)
MC: Michael Jacob
1.00 Lunch: Market Garden (via Murphy shop, near Whitewater)
2.00 CERAMICS wORKShOP
conducted by award-winning ceramicist, Eleanor Swan
Visitors welcome: tickets at the door. MC: Mary Parsons
3.30 RECEPTION:A TASTE OF JAPAN, bOOK LAUNCh
Reception sponsored by the Gerard Manley Hopkins
Society of Japan with Japanese refreshments saké, tea,
sweets etc. introduced by Miho Takahashi
Two Haiku by Ban’ya Natsuishi
(President, Haiku Society of Japan)
Launch: Hopeful Hopkins: Essays by Desmond Egan, with
Introduction and Launch by Robert Smart (Quinnipiac University)
LECTURES: Focus on Japan
Hopkins and Milton: Koji Katsurayama
(President, Hopkins Society, Japan)
Following a Heraclitean Fire: Sakiko Takagi (Hopkins Society, Tokyo)
Reminiscence of Bliss in ‘To R.B.’: Miho Takahashi (Kansai Uni.)
Moderator: Michael McGinley MC: Jenny Adamson
6.00 Dinner: Harrigans (Main Street)
8.30 FESTIVAL CLUb: O’Rourkes (Main Street)
LECTURE: Francis Ledwidge (1887 - 1917): Liam
O’Meara, editor (with power point)
Three poems: Sandra Alcosser (San Diego State Uni.);
Susanne Ayoub (Iraq/Austria) with Nedra Bickham
(Austria); Ashley Anna McHugh (USA);
Erin Kavanagh (Uni. of Wales) MC: Morgan McCabe

TUESDAY 25th JULY
10.00 LECTURES
Sprung Rhythm: Ashley Anna McHugh (Fayetteville, Arkansas)
Berryman’s High Regard for Hopkins: Patrick Samway SJ (St. Joseph’s
Uni. Philadelphia)
Moderator: Donald Callen Freed (SUL Ross State Uni. Texas)
MC: Elaine Murphy
11.00 Coffee
11.45 STUDENT PROGRAMME: DRAMATIC READING AND LECTURE
St. Winefred’s Well dramatised reading.
Director: Lance Pierson (UK)
Some Poems of John Keats: Desmond Egan
Moderator: Emilia Ivancu (Romania)
MC: Derek Egan
1.00 Lunch: Café Continental (Main St.)
2.30 LECTURES
Dublin 1848 to 1889: Christine Kinealy
(Quinnipiac Uni., Hamden)
Dark Mind, Light Heart: Reassessing the Terrible
Sonnets: Robert Smart (Quinnipiac University)
Moderator: Brian Arkins (NUI Galway) MC: Elaine Murphy
3.45 wINE RECEPTION, CD LAUNCh, PRESENTATION, hAIKU; LECTURES
Reception: The Czech Embassy and H.E. Ambassador Hana Mottlova
Launch: Peter Byrne / Conor Mahony CD, Land and Sea by Conor Bowman
PRESENTATION OF ThE O’CONNOR AwARD AND bARODA CUP 2017
to Michael McGinley
Presentation by Kohji Katsurayama (Kyoto Uni. Sec. Hopkins Society of
Japan) with Conor Bowman, President, The Hopkins Society
10 Haiku poems: Ban’ya Natsuishi (Meiji Uni. Dir. World Haiku Association)
3 poems translated: Susanne Ayoub (Iraq/Austria), Nedra Bickham (Austria)
Moderator: Desmond Egan MC: Michael Jacob
LECTURES
Hopkins the Gardener: Seán Bagnall
Hopkins and Science: Erin Kavanagh (Uni. of Wales,
Trinity St. David)
Moderator: Christine Kinealy (Quinnipiac Uni.)
MC: Conor Mahony
5.30 NB earlier time DINNER: Harrigans (Main Street)
7.30 St. Patrick’s Church of Ireland, Moorefield (near Hotel Keadeen)
INTERNATIONAL POETRY hOUR
Introduction by Niall Bradley
A Hopkins poem: Koji Katsurayama, Elaine Murphy,
Jenny Adamson; a Baudelaire poem in French and
English: Christine Gaurier; a Robert Southwell poem
read by Gary Bouchard; a poem by Antonio Machado
in Spanish and English: Seamus Collins O.P.
2 poems each by international writers:
Patrick Samway (USA)
Michael Woods (UK)
Erin Kavanagh (Wales)
Ban’ya Natsuishi (Japan) 6 Haiku
Sandra Alcosser (USA)
Philip Brady (Ireland)
Donald Gardner (Netherlands)
Ciarán O’Rourke (Ireland)
Susanne Ayoub (Iraq/Austria); Nedra Bickham (Austria)
Conor Bowman (Ireland)
Emilia Ivancu (Romania)
Desmond Egan (Ireland)
Music by Niamh Leahy MC: Elaine Murphy
Tickets at Door or from Desk
10.00 FESTIVAL CLUb Cummins’s Pub
Three poems: Brian Arkins; Donald Gardner;
Michael Woods; Cheryl Stiles; Emilia Ivancu
Music: Niamh and Seán Leahy MC: Morgan McCabe

WEDNESDAY 26th JULY
10.00 LECTURE Hopkins and Robert Southwell SJ:
Gary Bouchard (St. Anselm’s College, N.H.)
Moderator: Matthew Travisano
(Oakland School for Arts, California)
MC: Derek Egan
10.30 TRANSLATION wORKShOP: I
Workshop will focus on As Kingfishers Catch Fire
Director: Will Adamson (Uni. of Ulm, Germany)
with visiting translators from Japan, USA,
France, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Romania,
Wales... MC: Derek Egan
11.15 Coffee
11.45 TRANSLATION wORKShOP: II
Director: Diarmuid Johnson (Wales)
MC: Derek Egan
1.00 Lunch: Chat and Chew
2.30 LECTURES, wINE RECEPTION, PRESENTATION
ThE JAMES MCKENNA AwARD to Jimmy Whyte
Presentation by Miho Takahashi; with Conor Bowman
Hopkins and F.R. Leavis: Brian Arkins (NUI Galway)
Hopkins and the Stars: Michael Woods (Malvern College, UK)
Moderator: Joseph Sweeney MC: Mary Parsons
4.00 A wALK ON ThE CURRAGh
Guided Tour by Michael Jacob; assembly point: College Car Park
Names in advance to Mary Parsons. MC: Mary Parsons
6.00 DINNER: Harrigans or Hotel Keadeen
8.00 TRADITIONAL IRISh MUSIC CONCERT
Diarmuid Johnson (flute) and Bríd Harper (fiddle)
Wine reception during Interval
MC: Derek Egan Admission: €15
10.30 Festival Club: Cummins’s Bar
book Launch: Rogha Dánta Gaeilge, ed. Diarmuid Johnson (Wales)
Launch by Derek Egan
Three poems by Diarmuid Johnson; Cheryl Stiles; Kevin
McEneaney. Poems in Irish: Derek Egan;
Máire Nic Chonchubhair; Music: Diarmuid Johnson
MCs: Derek Egan, Jennie Adamson

THURSDAY 27th JULY
10.00 LECTURES
Hopkins, Plato and the Problem of Art:
Kevin McEneaney (New York)
Speech Rhythms in WC Williams and Hopkins:
Aya Yoshida (Uni. of Shiga Prefecture, Japan)
Moderator: Sandra Alcosser (San Diego State Uni.)
MC: Elaine Murphy
11.00 Coffee
12.00 bOOK LAUNChES and LECTURE
Hopkins’s Sermons in French: Bruno Gaurier
Launch by Alan Dukes
Algebra: Michael Woods
Launch by Desmond Egan
Translation: Impossible and Necessary: Bruno Gaurier
Moderator: Donald Callen Freed
(SUL Ross State Uni. Texas) MC: Sean Dunne
1.00 Lunch: Newbridge Silver Restaurant
2.30 wINE RECEPTION, SYMPOSIUM
A resumé of Lectures; followed by a discussion led by
Patrick Samway SJ; Michael Woods; Andrew Delohery; Brian Arkins
Moderator: Robert Smart (Quinnipiac Uni. Hamden)
MC: Mary Parsons
3.20 YOUTh PROGRAMME CONCLUSION (parents welcome to attend)
Presentation of Bowman Award and of Student Certificates
Moderator: Derek Egan MC: Michael Jacob
5.15 MEMORY TREE in College Grounds with Fr. David Barrins OP
Special remembrance of Akira Yasukawa; Paul Andrews SJ; Noel Mc
Alinden; Mary Anne Kenner; Gerard Casey; Eleanor Kinsella and
Francis Ledwidge (1887 - July 1917). RIP.
A poem by Patrick Samway SJ; Emilia Ivancu; Michael Woods
and Kevin McEneaney MC: Desmond Egan
Group Photograph: Jim Kelly (KTWU Producer, Washburn University)
6.00 Dinner: Harrigans (Main Street) or Hotel Keadeen
8.45 RECEPTION and FESTIVAL CLUb:
Hotel Keadeen
Bruno Gaurier: a Hopkins poem and translation;
2 poems: Ciarán O’Rourke;
Sandra Alcosser; Susanne Ayoub and Nedra
Bickham; Michael O’Flanagan;
Christine Broe; Liam O’Meara
MC: Elaine Murphy
FINALE: Everyone sings or recites!
Did you hand up your Questionnaire?

FRIDAY 28th JULY
9.00 ART ExhIbITIONS: Closing at 11am. Artists,
please collect works. N.B. Purchasers may
collect only after final payment at Office.
ADMISSION
Classical Concert: €25 Irish Concert: €15 Individual
sessions: €10
Maynooth Day including Bus, Banquet and Sherry
Reception: €35
Registration for full week: €350 (includes Concerts;
Banquet; Tea/Coffee and Wine receptions; and
administration fee)
Opening Reception and Festival Club: free.
Sincere thanks to our Sponsors, without whom we
could not continue.


参照
The Gerard Manley Hopkins Society
http://www.gerardmanleyhopkins.org/














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