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HIST.3360 Modern Ireland (Formerly 43.336)

Id: 005288 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


An upper-level course on the history Modern Ireland from the late 18th century to the present, covering the movements for independence in the 19th century, the cultural revival and revolutionary period from the 1890s, the social and economic history of the independent state, and the Celtic Tiger phenomenon of the late 20th century. Key themes include nationalism and identity, colonialism and post-colonialism, religion and repression, emigration and disapora, culture and social life, and changing definitions of "Irishness" over time.


Pre-Req: (ENGL 1020 College Writing II or HONR.1100) and HIST 1050 Western Civilization.

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