Irish Studies Minor
With its interdisciplinary focus on Irish literature, culture and politics as well as the problematicsof immigration, migration and diaspora, Saint Joseph’s University’s Irish Studies program is an exceptional platform from which to investigate issues of diversity, globalization and social justice.
After registering with the program coordinator, students earn the Irish Studies minor by completing any six approved courses. Irish and Ireland-related courses taken while studying abroad may also count towards the minor, upon approval by the program coordinator.
Learning Goals and Outcomes
• Understand Ireland’s complex present and past through multiple disciplinary perspectives.
• Demonstrate understanding of Irish culture and its contexts.
• Employ primary and secondary sources (including digital resources) appropriate for the study of Ireland.
|Choose six of the following:|
|ENG 309||British/Irish Immigration Lit||3|
|ENG 311||21st Century Irish Literature||3|
|ENG 409||Art Ethics Irish Troubles Lit||3|
|ENG 410||Irish Gothic Fiction||3|
|ENG 451||N. Ireland Conflict & Story||3|
|MTF 156||Intro to World Music||3|
|POL 328||Politics of U.S. Immigration||3|
|POL 336||The EU and European Politics||3|
|THE 359||Religion, Violence & Terrorism||3|