IRISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE TEACHING AT CONCORDIA

July 17, 2009

IRELAND-CANADA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION FUNDS IRISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE TEACHING AT CONCORDIA
The Government of Ireland and the Ireland-Canada University Foundation has chosen the School of Canadian Irish Studies at Concordia University to receive Visiting Scholars Clíona de Brí and Feargal Ó Béarra for the 2009-2010 academic year. This is a prestigious recognition and an auspicious beginning for the School of Canadian Irish Studies. Each visiting scholar will teach a course on Irish language and culture and conduct research during a nine-month visit to the university.
Course Title: IRISH LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL TRADITIONS
Course Number: IRST 299C/3
Semester: Fall & Winter 2009-10 (6-credits)
Schedule: Tues 18:30-20:45
Instructor: Clíona de Brí
Course Title: TRANSLATING IRELAND’S CULTURAL IDENTITIES
Course Number: IRST 399B/3
Semester: Fall & Winter 2009-10 (6-credits)
Schedule: Thurs 19:15-21:30
Instructor: Feargal Ó Béarra
In addition to their teaching, the two Visiting Scholars will participate in a wide range of social and cultural events throughout their nine-month stay in Montreal.

For more information on these courses or the planned social and cultural events, please contact cdnirish@alcor.concordia.ca or visit http://cdnirish.concordia.ca/

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