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Trinity College Dublin

 

 

Irish Studies An Interdisciplinary Course in Irish Civilisation

Strand B

Students take a series of compulsory modules in Years 1-3. During the final (4th) year there will be an emphasis on optional modules and the writing of a dissertation, allowing students to specialise in areas where they have developed particular interests. See details below.

 

Junior Freshman (Year 1)

 

Interdisciplinary [10 ECTS]:

Irish [25 ECTS]:

History [20 ECTS]

English [5 ECTS]:

 

Senior Freshman (Year 2)

 

Interdisciplinary [15 ECTS]:

  • 1. IE 2001: Imagining Ireland II [10 ECTS]
  • 2. A Broad Curriculum Course [5 ECTS] - Each School in Trinity provides a broad curriculum module which is available to all students in the institution enabling them to broaden their educational experience by taking a module outside their primary area of study.

Irish [20 ECTS]:

History [20 ECTS]:

English [5 ECTS]

 

Junior Sophister (Year 3)

 

Interdisciplinary [10 ECTS]:

Irish [20 ECTS]:

History [20 ECTS]:

English [10 ECTS]:

 

Senior Sophister (Year 4)

 

Interdisciplinary [30 ECTS]:

Irish [10 ECTS]

  • 3. IR 4021: Ceapadóireacht [10 ECTS]
  • 4. Students choose sophister modules from an approved list of Irish and History courses [20 ECTS in total]. Students must choose at least one option from A.

Options may include:
A. Irish Options:

  • IR 3470: Litríocht an Bhéaloidis (5 ECTS)
  • IR 3473: Litríocht an Domhain (5 ECTS)

B. History Options

  • HI 3091: 1916 Rising (5 ECTS)
  • HI 3090: The Great Irish Famine (5 ECTS)
  • HI 3074: History Writing in Britain and Ireland, 1820-1920 (5 ECTS)
  • HI 3463: Britain and the Second World War (10 ECTS)
  • HI 3449: Popular Culture in 20th Century Ireland (10 ECTS)
  • HI ----: The Rise and Fall of the British Empire (10 ECTS)
  • HI 3494: Race and Ethnicity in American Thought (10 ECTS)
Contact: Pat Carty Last updated: Oct 17 2016.