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|ENGL 2600 - Irish Literary Culture (Abroad)|
Explores Irish writers from the nineteenth century through the present. Emphasizes their relationships to contemporary Irish society. Explores the formal traditions of Irish writing as well as the historical, political, and cultural discourses that Irish writing has both helped to shape and within which the writing circulates. As the course takes place in Dublin during the summer term, offers students an opportunity to meet living Irish writers who talk about their relationship to the literary tradition and their own craft. Covers writers such as Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, Kate O’Brien, Colm Tóibín, Anne Enright, Paul Murray, Kevin Barry, and Maeve Binchy.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Off-campus instruction
NUpath Integration Experience, NUpath Interpreting Culture, Faculty Led Study Abroad