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HUMA 327 - Ireland: A Cultural History


An advanced course on the cultural history of Ireland over the last 2000 years.  Direct engagement with the sources of Irish history is emphasized through the analysis and interpretation of a diverse selection of material, artistic, and written texts.  Archeological studies include both Iron-Age and medieval sites; written texts include poetry and political theory, autobiography and biography, chronicle and novel.  Lectures are rare; discussion of the sources frequent.  Requirements include informed participation, presentations, papers, and exams.

Prerequisites & Notes: Junior or senior status; and one HUMA or REL course; or instructor permission.
Credits: 5
Grade Mode: Letter
GUR Attributes: BCGM



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