Irish Studies is offering a chance to study and travel around Ireland in 2018!
IRSH 3213-Lines of Vision: Landscape, Art and Irish Writing will provide students with the opportunity to explore the cultural and artistic values of Ireland while visiting the locations connected to the country’s myths, sagas and folktales. 
 
Highlights of the many sight-seeing opportunities the 28-day course includes visits to the Cliffs of Moher, the Giant’s Causeway, Newgrange and the Hill of Tara, as well as a bus tour of Dublin itself.   Students will stay in university villages or hostels, and will get a chance to learn from some local university professors through guest lectures.
 
The course will take place May 23 - June 20, 2018. 
 
There are a limited number of students that can be accommodated so please contact Professor Lorraine Nolan at nolan@stu.ca or 460-0325 for more information and price for this all-inclusive trip.
 
Irish Studies

Irish Studies is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with the opportunity to explore the heritage, culture, history, religion, politics, literature, fine art and film of the people of Ireland and the communities of its Diaspora.  St. Thomas offers an Interdisciplinary Minor in Irish Studies. 
 
IRSH 3213 - Lines of Vision: Landscape, Art and Irish Writing explores the cultural and artistic value of mythical Ireland and will allow students to better contextualize Ireland through viewing its landscape and creative community through the lens of myth and saga. This study-abroad course will help students learn how environment, landscape and produced images influence not only what is being communicated by a culture, but why it is communicated in that matter.