WSU Faculty-Led Ireland: Exploring the History, Culture and Environment of Ireland

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Earn 3 credits of UH 370 or NATRS 312 and visit three places in IrelandOne island, two countries: contemporary Ireland, north and south, has sustained and developed its rich and highly textured culture in spite of numerous invasions, waves  of imm... read more

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I gained confidence and knowledge about Ireland during my time abroad. It's really worthwhile. Believe me, you'll not disappointed. - Washington State University View Entire Review

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Earn 3 credits of UH 370 or NATRS 312 and visit three places in Ireland
One island, two countries: contemporary Ireland, north and south, has sustained and developed its rich and highly textured culture in spite of numerous invasions, waves  of immigration, and centuries of war and deforestation. Despite (or perhaps because of) its often traumatic history, this beautiful island has a world famous reputation for hospitality and a remarkable willingness to share its history, culture and environment with all who come to its shores. Our course provides a window into Irish history, literature and culture, discovering how the different histories of the north and the south have affected the development and contemporary expression of music, literature, arts and the management of its world renowned landscapes and environment.  We will spend time in three places on the island, one near the border of the North and South, another being Dublin, and the third County Kerry in the West.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Environmental Science
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2.5
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