Otago Irish Studies

Courses

The following Irish Studies papers may be taken individually or in a combination that meets the requirements for a Minor. For those requirements please consult the table immediately below.

A Minor in Irish Studies at the University of Otago enables you to enrich your knowledge and enjoyment of Literature, History, Theatre and Film by studying the significant contributions that the Irish have made to all of these fields. It will also enhance your understanding of both Ireland and New Zealand, surely two of the best countries in the world.

If you wish to take a Minor in Irish Studies please ensure that you plan your timetable carefully. Not every paper is offered every year. You will need to make sure you accrue the required number of points and that you have the required number of 200 and 300 papers.

Please note that each paper is taught from the Department whose identifier prefixes the course code. For example ENGL240 is taught from the English Department, HIST307 from the History Department, and so on.

Requirements for the Minor in Irish Studies

requirements for the minor in irish studies
Irish Studies

Five papers, including no more than two papers from a single discipline, and at least one at 300-level, chosen from the following:
(1) ENGL240, ENGL241, ENGL250, ENGL340, ENGL341, ENGL350;
(2) HIST218, HIST232, HIST307, HIST328;
(3) THEA255, THEA355
(4) MFCO320
 

 

Irish Studies Papers

irish studies papers are presented for the current and next year of study by level of paper
Paper
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
200-Level
   
ENGL 240 - Modernism: Joyce
S2
S1
S2
S2
ENGL 241 - 'Ye Onlie True and Original Spook' - Irish-Scots Gothic and the Gothic as Genre
S1
S2
S1
 
ENGL 250 - 20th Century Irish Literature in English
S2
S2
S2
S2
S2
   
HIST 218: Modern Irish History Since 1798      
S1
   
THEA 255 - Performing Ireland
S1
S2
   
300-Level
   
ENGL 340 - Modernism: Joyce
S2
S1
S2
S2
ENGL 341 - 'Ye Onlie True and Original Spook' - Irish-Scots Gothic and the Gothic as Genre
S1
S2
S1
 
ENGL 350 - Special Topic: Contemporary Irish and Scottish Poetry
S2
S2
S1
 
S1
MFCO 320 - Irish and Australian Film: Contested Identities
S1
S1
S1
 
S2
HIST 307 - Topics in European History: The Irish Revolution 1910-1925
S1
   
HIST 328 - Irish and Scottish Migrations in the 19th and 20th Centuries
S2
S2
S2
S2
S1
S2
 
THEA 355 - Performing Ireland
S1
S1
S2
   
400-Level
   
ENGL 408 - Special Topic: Writing the Nation-'Fact'? and/or 'Fiction'?
S1
S1
S1
 
S1
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