How the Narratives of Ireland course works
The Narratives of Ireland program uses the history and culture of Ireland, past and present, as a platform for a comparative study across the disciplines of history, literature, social justice, environment and sustainability, business, politics, social studies and leisure. You will learn about the history of Ireland, and how it came to be not just an independent republic, but also mother country to over 35 million Americans.
The program consists of 15 easy-to-watch lectures, with interviews, maps, visits to beautiful and historic places, and lots of interesting information. All the videos are captioned. Assignments (which are done in the form of short videos) are optional, but we do encourage them. Each lecture includes a reading and resource list. You can connect with us anytime if you need any support.