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her Spring Semester 2013 trip to Dingle
The Center for Irish Cultural Studies promotes the study, understanding, and appreciation of Irish and Celtic culture, history, and language through a variety of academic programs, public lectures, music concerts and other performing arts programs, and study abroad at the SHU campus in Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland.
The minor in Irish Studies at Sacred Heart University is designed to offer students an opportunity for an in-depth study in one of the most multi-disciplinary studies available in undergraduate programs, including Irish and Celtic culture, history, language, literature, music, politics, religion and society. A distinctive feature of the program is study at SHU’s campus in Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland, and an emphasis on patterns of socio-cultural and political change in contemporary Ireland and the place of Ireland in the modern world.
SHU in Dingle
Sacred Heart University operates its program in Ireland through a partnership with the Díseart Centre of Irish Spirituality and Culture, located in Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland (one of Ireland’s officially-designated "Gaeltacht," or Irish-speaking, districts). Through this partnership SHU in Dingle offers short-term and semester programs of study. Course offerings include anthropology, archaeology, history, Gaelic language, literature, media studies, music, geology, and religious studies.
SHU in Dingle (starts at 16:23)
Warrian Speaks on the Challenge of Forgiveness in Northern Ireland
February 25, 2015
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Achieving a lasting and comfortable peace between peoples with differing faiths and abating the fallout from decades of violence are the key challenges in Northern Ireland according to Peter Warrian. This was the focus of his recent talk at Sacred Heart University’s Schine Auditorium.
The Yanks to Perform as Part of Traditional Irish Music Series
June 10, 2013
Irish band The Yanks will perform at Sacred Heart University on Friday, June 21, at 8 p.m. in the Schine Auditorium. 5151 Park Avenue, Fairfield, CT. Tickets available at the door - general admission $20; student admission $10. For additional information, contact Professor Gerald Reid at 203-371-7765 or via email at email@example.com. Sponsored by SHU's Center for Irish Cultural Studies and the Shamrock Traditional Irish Music Society.
The Changing Face of Northern Ireland on the Silver Screen
March 27, 2013
A lecture entitled "The Changing Face of Northern Ireland on the Silver Screen" with Fiona Coffey will take place in Sacred Heart University's Schine Auditorium on Monday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m.