Mick Moloney and Lenwood Sloan: Two Roads Diverged Program
Monday, October 21, 2013 at Garey Hall Community Room
Mick Moloney and Lenwood Sloan Mick Moloney, Irish Musician and Folklorist, NYU, and Lenwood Sloan, Pennsylvanian Film Commissioner, presented two lectures that originated at the Irish Arts Center in NYC. The first program was Two Roads Diverged: African and Irish Mornings and Afternoons. The second portion of this program was Two Roads Diverged: Jimmy Crack Corn. This presentation was on October 29, 2013. These unique presentations examined the relationship between Irish American and African American. Moloney and Sloan looked at the cultural fusions, exchanges, and stereotypes that emerged in the Caribbean and Southern communities in the 1650s through to the birth of Broadway and vaudeville.