Updated August 15, 2017
1. Deirdre D’Albertis - Literature (coordinator)
2. Gregory B. Moynahan – History (on sabbatical fall ‘17)
3. Joseph O'Neill - Written Arts
4. Karen Sullivan - Literature
The Irish and Celtic Studies concentration is
interdisciplinary, offering access to three main areas: Celtic traditions in
myth, religion, literature, and art; Anglo-Irish literature from the 18th
through the 20th centuries; and the politics and history of Ireland. Students moderate into a primary disciplinary
program (e.g., art history, literature, historical studies) and are responsible
for the requirements of that program.
1. Irish and Celtic Studies cross-listed course
2. Irish and Celtic Studies cross-listed course
Two members of the Moderation board should be faculty from the primary program and one member should be from the Irish and Celtic Studies concentration.
3. Irish and Celtic Studies cross-listed course
4. Irish and Celtic Studies cross-listed course
5. Senior Project I
6. Senior Project II
Students are encouraged to study Irish and Celtic literature, history, ethnography, art history, and mythology in tutorials and electives offered by concentration faculty. At least one member of the Senior Project board should be from the Irish and Celtic Studies concentration.