Irish Studies

Programs

  Fall 2017  |  Winter 2018

 

Academic Year 2017/2018

Fall 2017 (September to December)

The academic year to which this timetable applies is 2017-2018. The University hereby gives notice that while the information in this timetable is considered accurate at the time of preparation, there may be some changes subsequent to publication and students should refer to Banner.

Course Number Title Professor Time
IRST 1201.1A Introduction to Modern Irish John Prendergast MW 1:00-2:15
IRST 1201.1B Introduction to Modern Irish John Prendergast TR 2:30-3:45
IRST/ACST 1203.1 Scottish Gaelic - Intro I Joe Murphy MW 11:30-12:45
IRST/ENGL 2520.1 Irish Folklore Pádraig Ó Siadhail  TR 11:30-12:45 
IRST/LING 2346.1 Sociolinguistic History of Ireland Pádraig Ó Siadhail  MW 10:00-11:15
IRST 3401.1 Advance Irish Language I Pádraig Ó Siadhail  MW 2:30-3:45 
IRST/ENGL 3534.1 Literature of Modern Irish Literature Seán Kennedy TR 10:11:15
IRST/POLI 4843.1 Special Topics: Politics and Peace in
Northern Ireland
Bridget Brownlow R 4:00-6:30

Descriptions of the courses can be found on the  page or feel free to email irish.studies@smu.ca for further information.

 Winter 2018 (January to April)

The academic year to which this timetable applies is 2017-2018. The University hereby gives notice that while the information in this timetable is considered accurate at the time of preparation, there may be some changes subsequent to publication and students should refer to Banner.

Course Number Title Professor Time
IRST 1202.2 Modern Irish Language John Prendergast TR 2:30-3:45
IRST/HIST 1215.2WW Ireland: An Introduction  William R. Miles Online
IRST 1216.2 Ireland: Culture and Society Pádraig Ó Siadhail MW 10:00-11:15
IRST 2350.2 Irish Musical Tradition Kathleen Dunlay MW 11:30-12:45
IRST/ACST 3325.2 The Irish and Atlantic Canada TBA TR 1:00-2:15
IRST 3402.2 Advance Irish Language II Pádraig Ó Siadhail MW 2:30-3:45
IRST/ENGL 3443.2 Irish Poetry Seán Kennedy TR 2:30-3:45

 Descriptions of the courses can be found on the  page or feel free to email irish.studies@smu.ca for further information.