EUR 020 - (IS) Ireland Inside OutSemester Hours: 3
This is an interdisciplinary course that introduces students to the ideas and institutions of contemporary Ireland. Topics include the role of religion in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland; colonialism and post-colonialism in the Republic; the peace process in Northern Ireland; globalization and the Celtic Tiger economy; and Irish emigration to the United States and beyond. Using historical, sociological, philosophical, and literary sources, the class explores what Ireland and Irishness mean today.
Same as IRE 020 .
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