Suíomhanna Naofa: Ancient Sacred Sites in Ireland
Dr. Catherine Carter
August 13, 2017
The history of a place and the history of religion in that place are inextricably entwined. This is true around the world but especially so in a place like Ireland, where holy sites dot the landscape. These sites, some prehistoric and some medieval, attest to the religious culture that was dominant in Ireland for thousands of years. Catherine Carter will take us on a virtual tour of sacred places in Ireland, from ancient pagan sites to magnificent Christian cathedrals.
Catherine Carter is a curious mix of academic, scientist and artist. She holds a Ph.D. in Geography, a Master of Divinity, a Master of Science in Computer Science, and she is on the verge of completing a Master of Photography. In her Geography research and her photography, she focuses upon Sacred Space and often uses historic processes for printing her photographs.
Supported by Albuquerque City Council, Haverland Carter Lifestyle Group, and Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union