Course Detail

HISTORY OF IRISH AMERICA

Subject: HIST

Catalog Number: 366

Registration Number: 6720

Description:
Examines the origins of Irish migration, history of Irish people and their descendants in America, and connections and interactions between the Irish at home and abroad. Major themes include migration and settlement, labor and class, race and gender, religion, politics, nationalism, culture and, encompassing all of these, the evolution of ethnic identity. Prerequisite: sophomore standing or above. Offered spring of odd-numbered years. 4 credits. (VP or US)

Instructor: Peter Buckingham
Is consent of Instructor Required? No



Course Type: LEC
Location: PION 101
Time: 11:00AM- 12:40PM  MW