Irish Studies Seminar I

PERMISSION OF IRISH STUDIES REQUIRED. This course introduces graduate students to the inter- and trans-disciplinary nature of contemporary Irish Studies practice, focusing on issues of historiographic and representational controversy in the interpretation of Irish history and culture. Ireland House faculty and guest lecturers explore current sites of contest and research, including the application in the Irish case of theoretical and critical issues in Humanities and Social Science scholarship. Topics studied on the course include imperialism, colonialism and post-colonialism, modernization, globalization, tourism studies, gender studies, and the cultural construction of memory and identity in Ireland and in Irish communities worldwide.

Introduction to the inter- and trans-disciplinary nature of contemporary Irish Studies practice, focusing on issues of historiographic and representational controversy in the interpretation of Irish history and culture.

Course Information

IRISH-GA1001

Graduate

4 Points

Term Section Instructor Schedule Location

Fall 2017

1
John P Waters
W: 6:10 PM - 8:40 PM ERIN 101