Irish Studies

  • Founded
    1973
  • Seminar Number
    535

This seminar serves as an interdisciplinary forum on all aspects and periods of Irish culture. Seminar participants come from a wide variety of fields: history, literature, art history, film studies, political science, sociology, anthropology, music, and folklore. These scholars bring to any topic under discussion a diversity of background which is stimulating and informative for all present. The concern for Irish studies as a field of scholarly inquiry is reflected in the collegial sharing of information about resources and repositories for research in the field.


Co-Chairs
Mary McGlynn
Associate Professor of English, Baruch College, The City University of New York
mary.mcglynn@baruch.cuny.edu

Terrence Byrne
Chair, Department of Communication Studies, College of New Jersey
byrneter@tcnj.edu

Rapporteur
Arden Hegele
aah2155@columbia.edu


Meeting dates and locations are subject to change. Please confirm details with the seminar rapporteur.

Welcome

Meetings

10/02/2015 Faculty House
8:00 PM
"Black Ireland: Imagining Immigration in Ireland"
Dr. Mindi McMann, The College of New Jersey
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12/04/2015 Faculty House
8:00 PM
“Sexuality and flirtation in 1916.”
Dr. Lucy McDiarmid, Montclair State University
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Notes: Part of the 1916 Centenary Series.
02/05/2016 Faculty House
8:00 PM
"Strumpet City"
Professor Terry Byrne, The College of New Jersey
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Notes: Part of the 1916 Centenary Series.
03/04/2016 Faculty House
8:00 PM
"The Environmental Impact of the War on the Irish City and Landscape"
Dr. Justin Dolan Stover, Idaho State University
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Notes: Part of the 1916 Centenary Series.
04/01/2016 Faculty House
8:00 PM
"Socialism in the 1916 Rising"
Dr. Nelson O'Ceallaigh Ritschel, Massachussetts Maritime Academy
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Notes: Part of the 1916 Centenary Series.
05/06/2016 Faculty House
8:00 PM
"New York and London Irish Communities Circa 1910-1960"
Dr. Miriam Nyhan Grey, NYU / Glucksman Ireland House
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Notes: Part of the 1916 Centenary Series.