Centre for Irish Studies
Irish Studies is an integrated, interdisciplinary programme of learning which seeks to explore key aspects of the Irish experience in its historical and contemporary settings. Since its inception in 2000, the Centre for Irish Studies at NUI Galway has established itself as one of the premier locations worldwide for interdisciplinary research and advanced teaching on the cultural, social and political endeavours of Irish people, on the island of Ireland and beyond. The distinctive features of our taught and research programmes foreground the University¿s longstanding commitment to the cultural traditions of the West of Ireland and the research achievements of academic staff across several disciplines.
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Fostering an Irish identity through art: A letter from Sylvester O'Halloran (1728-1807) to James Barry (1741-1806) in May 1791 (Cork Historical & Archaeological Society, 2010)In 1843 an article from the secretary of the Cork Art-Union, which had appeared originally in the Southern Reporter, was sent to and published on page 12 of The Nation on the 2 December 1843. Included with this article was ...
(Galway Archaelogical and Historical Society, 2007)