MA in Irish Studies: Identities and Representations

MA in Irish Studies: Identities and Representations

A different kind of Irish Studies

Ireland, an island at Europe’s far western edge, played a vital role in the formation of Western civilisation. Ongoing emigration in the modern era has ensured that Irish cultures and identities are a dynamic global phenomenon. Such issues are at the heart of University College Cork’s new MA in Irish Studies. The programme draws on an unparalleled range of disciplinary perspectives within a strong framework of relevant theories and methodologies. The result is a distinctive and compelling intellectual experience. 

Why University College Cork?

  • an internationally acclaimed university ranked in the global top 2%
  • a long and distinguished tradition of teaching and research in Irish Studies
  • a beautiful historic campus with state-of-the-art study resources
  • Cork city: among Lonely Planet’s top ten places to visit in the world 

University College Cork, Ireland, MA in Irish Studies Brochure 

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Irish Studies

An Léann Éireannach

Irish Studies, c/o College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences Office, O’Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland