SUNY Brockport: Maynooth - Death, Memory, and Monuments in Irish History and Culture- Summer

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This study abroad class in Maynooth, Ireland provides an opportunity for students to examine the concept of history as the creation of a "reusable past" remnants of which surround us today, many of them serving as "sites of memory" relating to key... read more

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This study abroad class in Maynooth, Ireland provides an opportunity for students to examine the concept of history as the creation of a "reusable past" remnants of which surround us today, many of them serving as "sites of memory" relating to key figures and events in Ireland's political and cultural past. Students attend a limited number of on-campus lectures and numerous field-trips: through both, they explore a range of Ireland's most celebrated historic sites and iconic monuments, dating from the Celtic through to the modern era. Particular focus is on introducing students to features of the monuments, art and symbolism on display at various sites in the greater Leinster region (including Glendalough, Clonmacnoise, Glasnevin Cemetery, Carton House), and fostering an appreciation for how, in the modern era, these represent enduring and esseNUIM)
Follow a co-curricular program with sophomore and junior students of NUIM and NUIM faculty specialists. Receive instruction and hands-on experience with a small, personalized group of students.Improve your writing and research skills

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Study Abroad
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  • Summer
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