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Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University Belfast:

International Summer School in Irish Studies

University/Organization:Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University Belfast
Contact Person: Catherine Boone
Address:Queen's University Belfast
 Belfast, County Antrim
Zip/Postal Code:BT7 1NN
Country:Northern Ireland
Tel.:00 44 (0) 28 9027 3386
Fax:00 44 (0) 28 9097 3388
Email: Email School
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Program Name: International Summer School in Irish Studies
Host City: Belfast, Northern Ireland
Description: This program is hosted by the Institute of Irish Studies and held at the historic Queen’s University Belfast. Dates for our 2004 summer school are July 19 - August 6. Lectures and seminars are given by internationally-acclaimed scholars on various aspects of the study of Ireland, including history, politics, anthropology, film and theatre, language and literature. Students will be given the opportunity to meet and have discussions with representatives of Northern Ireland’s political parties. This usually takes place at Stormont Parliament Buildings, the seat of devolved government in Northern Ireland. Meetings will also be arranged with representatives of local community groups and with Police Service of Northern Ireland. In addition, participating students will visit sites of historical and cultural interest in the northern capital itself and beyond, such as Stormont Parliament Buildings and Belfast City Hall. A fieldtrip to the Barony of Lecale and Strangford Lough visits sites of historical and archaeological interest, including the former Gaol (now Down County Museum), the burial place of Saint Patrick and the Mediaeval Cistercian Monastery at Greyabbey. Traditional learning is enhanced with fieldwork and social activity.
Program Type: Summer/Short-Term
Region: Northern Ireland
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Architecture
  • Comparative Literature
  • Cultural Population & Demographic Studies
  • Environmental Studies
  • Geography
  • History
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Irish Studies
  • Political Science, Politics
  • Public Administration, Public Policy, Government
Scholarships: Yes
Transcripts from: Queen's University Belfast
Cost: £895 (GBP sterling)
Included in Cost: All tuition Accommodation on campus with full cooked breakfast Fieldtrips and cultural visits Meals while on fieldtrips

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