Top Irish Studies programs in North America
Lori Meghan Gallagher, J.D., Director
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY - Center for Canadian Irish Studies
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Program: Canadian Irish Studies Undergraduate Minor, Graduate Certificate
The Center for Canadian Irish Studies was created in 2000 through the joint financial support of Concordia University and the Canadian Irish Studies Foundation. Its mandate is to promote a fuller understanding of Ireland and the Irish experience in Canada. The Center coordinates a Minor and a Certificate in Canadian Irish Studies, an annual public lecture series by scholars and distinguished figures in Irish cultural life, scholarships in Canadian Irish Studies and special outreach projects of interest both to academics and the Irish community in Canada.
Michael Kenneally, Director
QUEENS COLLEGE - Irish Studies
Location: Flushing, NY
Program: Undergraduate Minor, Possible Interdisciplinary Major
The Undergraduate Irish Studies minor at Queens College is intended for all students interested in the study of the rich and varied cultures of Ireland. For students majoring in English, Comparative Literature, History or Political Science, the Minor in Irish Studies provides a way for students to do intensive study in Irish culture- including the Irish language, Anglo-Irish literature, archaeology, film studies, and history. Students interested in an interdisciplinary major in Irish Studies (through Interdisciplinary and Special Studies) can consult with the Director of Irish Studies.
MANHATTANVILLE COLLEGE - Irish Studies
Location: Purchase, N.Y.
Program: Undergraduate Minor
The Irish Studies Undergraduate Program offers an interdisciplinary minor in the history and culture of Ireland and the Irish Diaspora, from the early Christian period to the present. Contemporary trends underscore the extraordinarily diverse character that Irish Studies has assumed in the last two decades. The aim of the program is to provide the student with a comprehensive appreciation of the Irish experience through a range of courses drawn from different disciplines and reflecting the richness and complexity of this field of study.