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Certificate in Canadian Irish Studies

 

CERTIFICATE IN CANADIAN IRISH STUDIES

The Certificate in Canadian Irish Studies is a stand-alone 30-credit program designed for returning or graduate students who wish to concentrate exclusively on courses in Canadian Irish Studies. Courses can be taken at whatever pace suits an individual student’s needs.

Required courses for the Certificate:

  • IRST 203 – Introduction to Irish Studies
  • ENGL 357 / IRST 398D – The Irish Literary Revival
  • HIST 211 / IRST 211 – History of Ireland
  • IRST 270 – Irish Traditional Music:  A Global Soundscape
  • IRST 303 - Irish Studies: Dispersal and Settlement

The remaining 15 credits for the Certificate program may be drawn from a broad selection of Irish-themed courses offered in collaboration with departments including Art History, Economics, English, Film Studies, Geography, History, Modern Languages, Music, Political Science, Sociology and Anthropology, Theatre, Theology and Women’s Studies. While not all departments are represented each semester, new courses are introduced every year, constantly widening the reach of the program and the diversity of its offerings. Below are some possible electives.

  • ENGL 353 – Contemporary Irish Literature
  • ENGL 355 – James Joyce
  • ENGL 356 – The Irish Short Story Tradition
  • IRST 205 / HIST 213 – The Irish in Montreal
  • IRST 312 / HIST 330 – The Great Irish Famine
  • IRST 230 – Irish Mythology and Folklore
  • IRST 233 – The Irish Language and its Culture I (6 credits)
  • IRST 290 – Field Studies in Ireland
  • IRST 314 – Ireland in the 20th Century
  • IRST 315 – The Troubles in Northern Ireland
  • IRST 316 – The Irish Revolution, 1913-1923
  • IRST 333 – The Irish Language and Culture II (6 credits) (prerequisite – IRST 233)
  • IRST 343 – Cinema in Quebec and Ireland
  • IRST 344 – Irish Plays: Dramaturgy
  • IRST 345 – Irish Plays: Performance
  • IRST 371 – Irish Cultural Traditions in Quebec
  • IRST 373 – Irish Traditional Music in Canada: A Cultural History
  • IRST 412 – Rebellion in Ireland and Quebec
  • THEO 327 – Celtic Christianity
  • WSDB 335 – Gender and Nation:  The Irish Experience

 
 

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