Welcome to Glucksman Ireland House at NYU, one of the world’s leading centers for the study of Ireland, Irish America, and the Irish diaspora. Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, Glucksman Ireland House is a hub for all things Irish and a warm and welcoming place to visit.
We take a broad and inclusive view of what it means to be Irish at NYU, a commitment that is reflected in all aspects of what we do. We are committed to increasing and enriching diversity among our faculty, staff, students, and members. In our teaching, research, and programming, we put Ireland in transnational and comparative contexts, emphasizing themes of empire, migration, ethnicity, race, politics, and gender.
Our faculty offer courses on all aspects of Irish history, literature, language, and culture. The cornerstone of our teaching is in an undergraduate minor and a renowned interdisciplinary M.A. in Irish and Irish-American Studies.
Research is a priority in Ireland House. The Glucksman Irish Diaspora Series publishes the best recent scholarly books on the history of Irish migration in North America and around the world. Our faculty edit the American Journal of Irish Studies and publish articles and books in a wide variety of venues. We have also developed the foremost archive of Irish America, with extensive holdings in local and oral history.
The Black, Brown, and Green Voices series gives voice to the diversity of the Irish diaspora by recording life histories and offering a range of public programs.
Glucksman Ireland House hosts a lively program of public events each semester. For our Spring 2023 lineup see here.
Please always feel free to contact me, or any member of our faculty and staff, for more information about what we do.
We look forward to seeing you.