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Fómhar 2014 Cúrsaí
An Institiúid Léann na hÉireann thairiscint Mionaoiseach i Léann na hÉireann, leis na cúrsaí seo a leanas ar fáil do mhic léinn i Fall 2014.

(Tá roinnt cúrsaí incháilithe le haghaidh Staidéir chreidmheasa na hÉireann ach amháin má tá an tionscadal taighde ag teastáil dírithe ar Éirinn. Tá tuilleadh eolais ar fáil sa chóras clárúcháin.)


Fómhar 2014
Beidh na cúrsaí seo a leanas a chur ar fáil i Fall 2014:


ENGL 2000 TEXTS & CONTEXTS: MODERN IRISH LITERATURE AND DRAMA
TF    1:00 - 2:15        Keri G. Walsh, RH
TF    2:30 - 3:45        Keri G. Walsh, RH
Réamhrá ar an anailís liteartha na dtéacsanna agus na comhthéacsanna cultúrtha agus stairiúla ina bhfuil siad a tháirgtear agus a léamh. Beidh méid shuntasaigh ama is aicme a bheidh dírithe ar scríbhneoireacht chriticiúil agus chun labhairt faoi litríocht. Beidh gach alt den Téacsanna agus Comhthéacsanna bhfuil fócas forbartha ag an teagascóir aonair agus in iúl ina Fotheideal. Comhlíonann an cúrsa seo na ceanglais maidir Core le haghaidh an dara Perfecta seimineár Eloquentia.

HIST 1075 UNDERSTANDING HISTORICAL CHANGE: EARLY MODERN EUROPE
TF    10:00 am - 11:15    Christopher R. Maginn, LC
Baineann Tuiscint Athrú Stairiúil san Eoraip nua-aimseartha go luath cur chuige modúlach agus comparáideach ar imeachtaí agus saincheisteanna suntasacha ar an stair na hEorpa ó thart ar 1500-1800. Beidh an cúrsa scrúdú ar réimse imeachtaí síneadh ó thurais Columbus chun an t-ardú de Napoleon agussaincheisteanna , ach gan a bheith teoranta don athrú creidimh, foirmiú stát, forbairt intleachtúil agus réabhlóid.


HIST 3430  THE WORLD OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I
TF     11:30 - 12:45        Christopher Maginn, LC
Elizabeth Tudor, banríon Shasana, ar cheann de na figiúirí is iontach i stair. Tá sí éan annamh: duine éigin antiquity, ach a bhfuil a ainm agus a aghaidh iad toirt aitheanta lá atá inniu ann agus a bhfuil fós láidir 400 bliain tar éis a bháis saol. Féachann an cúrsa seo dul thar na staidéir chaighdeánacha beathaisnéise Elizabeth trí iniúchadh a dhéanamh ar fud an domhain ina bhfuil an dTúdarach seo caite inhabited ceannasach. Déanfaidh sé é sin trí bhreathnú ar cheithre théama forluí a mhúnlaigh le chéile ar fud an domhain Eilíse (1558-1603): stát agus an tsochaí i ríocht Shasana; fionnachtana Shasana thar lear; an pholaitíocht agus taidhleoireacht na hEorpa Reifirméisean; agus an síneadh riail na dTúdarach i ríoghacht Éireann.

HIST 3458  IRELAND 1688-1923
TF      1:00 - 2:15        Nancy J. Curtin, RH
Réabhlóid, náisiúnachas, agus constitutionalism in Éirinn, ag díriú ar na hÉireannaigh Aontaithe, gluaiseachtaí leasaithe Dónall Ó Conaill, Éire óga, na Fíníní, an cogadh talamh, Baile Riail, athbheochan chultúrtha, agus an tóraíocht ar neamhspleáchas sa 20ú haois.

HIST 3806  US IMMIGRATION/ETHNICITY
TF      1:00 - 2:15        Barry Goldberg, LC
Suirbhé ar inimirce agus eitneachas i saol Mheiriceá. I measc na Téamaí ar an ceannfháthanna imirce; fáiltiú Meiriceá inimirceach; foirmiú na bpobal inimirceach; an áit a dtrasnaíonn an eitneachais le cine, inscne, reiligiún, polaitíocht agus rang; na bríonna pearsanta fhéiniúlacht eitneach; agus an gaol eitneachas dár bhféiniúlacht mar Éireannaigh Mheiriceá.

POSC 3516  CONFLICT ANALYSIS AND RESOLUTION
MW    1:00 - 2:15        Sarah P. Lockhart, LC

Díríonn an cúrsa seo ar Cogadh Fuar iar-anailís choimhlint idirnáisiúnta mar ionstraim síocháin. Déanfaimid anailís idir-stáit,, stát-foirmiú, agus coimhlint sóisialta fadálacha inmheánach agus díriú ar fhorbairt anailíse coimhlinte agus a réiteach mar chomhpháirt idirdhisciplíneach de staidéir idirnáisiúnta.

Is féidir teacht ar an liosta iomlán de chúrsaí na hInstitiúide sa catalóg cúrsaí, nó ar myfordham.edu.


Earrach 2014 Cúrsaí
An Institiúid Léann na hÉireann thairiscint Mionaoiseach i Léann na hÉireann , leis na cúrsaí seo a leanas ar fáil do mhic léinn in Earrach na bliana 2014.

Earraigh 2014

Beidh na cúrsaí seo a leanas a chur ar fáil in Earrach na bliana 2014:


ENGL 2000 TEXTS & CONTEXTS: MODERN POETRY AND DRAMA
TF       
8:30am - 9:45am         Frank M Kerins, RH
TF      
10:00am - 11:15am       Frank M Kerins, RH
Réamhrá ar an anailís liteartha na dtéacsanna agus na comhthéacsanna cultúrtha agus stairiúla ina bhfuil siad a tháirgtear agus a léamh. Beidh méid shuntasaigh ama is aicme a bheidh dírithe ar scríbhneoireacht chriticiúil agus chun labhairt faoi litríocht. Beidh gach alt den Téacsanna agus Comhthéacsanna bhfuil fócas forbartha ag an teagascóir aonair agus in iúl ina Fotheideal. Comhlíonann an cúrsa seo na ceanglais maidir Core le haghaidh an dara Perfecta seimineár Eloquentia.

HIST 3671 R01 US CRIME & PUNISHMENT
MR        8:30am - 9:45am        Elizabeth Stack, RH
Beidh an cúrsa seo scrúdú foréigean, coireacht agus pionós i Stair na Stáit Aontaithe ó ré na coilíneachta a chur i láthair. An cineál coire atá tiomanta agus an t-imoibriú a chaillfidh sé solas ar conas breathnú Meiriceánaigh gné dá sochaí, beidh inscne, eitneachas, cine, reiligiún, agus saincheisteanna polaitíochta a bheith dírithe ar. I measc na gcásanna an Cailleach Salem Conairí, Mary Phagan, Emmet Till, Bonnie & Clyde, Socco & Vanzetti agus Lizzie Borden.

HIST 3456 R01BRITAIN, 1688-1867
MR         2:30pm - 3:45pm         Nancy Curtin, RH
Hegemony aristocratic, cultúr pobail agus agóid, an réabhlóid tionsclaíochta agus a coimhlint aicme lena mbaineann, gluaiseachtaí radacach agus athchóirithe, agus an éifeacht a athrú de fórsaí sóisialta nua agus ideologies.

HIST 3862 R01 HISTORY OF NEW YORK CITY
MR          2:30pm - 3:45pm         Daniel Soyer, RH
An fhorbairt pholaitiúil, shóisialta, agus chultúrtha na cathrach ó choilíneacht Ollainnis go cathair nua-aimseartha. Beidh an cúrsa dteagmháil ar cibé gnéithe de stair Nua-Eabhrac mar: imeachtaí agus figiúirí polaitiúla suntasacha; forbairt comharsanachtaí ar leith; an infrastruchtúr uirbeach; fadhbanna an tsaoil uirbigh; ról na bpobal inimirce agus ciníoch agus eitneach; an tábhacht a bhaineann leis an gcathair i cultúr tóir agus ard; ról na cathrach mar chaladh, agus mar ionad airgeadais agus déantúsaíochta, agus pobail agus coimhlint a bhaineann le difríochtaí rang agus inscne.


Is féidir teacht ar an liosta iomlán de chúrsaí na hInstitiúide sa catalóg cúrsaí, nó ar myfordham.edu.


Fόmhar 2013

Is clár idirdhisciplíneach é Institiúid na Léinn Éireannaigh ag Ollscoil Fordham, ag tairiscint miondíriú sna Léinn Éireannaigh.

Fόmhar 2013
Seo a leanas na cúrsaí a bheidh á thairiscint san Fόmhar 2013:

ENGL 2000 TEXTS & CONTEXTS: MODERN IRISH LITERATURE
TF       TBA                          Frank M Kerins,  RH
TF       TBA                          Frank M Kerins, RH
Réamhrá ar an anailís liteartha na dtéacsanna agus na comhthéacsanna cultúrtha agus stairiúla ina bhfuil siad a tháirgtear agus a léamh. Beidh méid shuntasaigh ama is aicme a bheidh dírithe ar scríbhneoireacht chriticiúil agus chun labhairt faoi litríocht. Beidh gach alt den Téacsanna agus Comhthéacsanna bhfuil fócas forbartha ag an teagascóir aonair agus in iúl ina Fotheideal. Comhlíonann an cúrsa seo na ceanglais maidir Core le haghaidh an dara Perfecta seimineár Eloquentia.

HIST 3260 MEDIEVAL IRELAND TO 1691
TF        1.00i.n - 2.15i.n         Christopher Maginn,  LC


ENGL 4032 Joyce's Ulysses

TF        1.00i.n - 2.15i.n
         Frank M Kerins, RH
Tugann an seimineár dian, caibidil ag léamh chaibidil de Serio Joyce -, eipiciúil grinn, Ulysses, i gcomhthéacs nua-aoiseachais liteartha agus i ndáil le creataí teoiriciúil éagsúla: psychoanalytic, léitheoir - freagra, staidéir inscne, deconstructive, agus iar colonial .

Is féidir teacht ar an liosta iomlán de chúrsaí na hInstitiúide sa catalóg cúrsaí, nó ar myfordham.edu.

I gcásanna speisialta, agus le cead ón Stiúrthóir, is féidir cúrsa a chóramh don mhion-dhíriú, nó is féidir rang teagaisc le duine den fhoireann teagaisc a eagrú






Fall 2014 Courses
The Institute of Irish Studies offer a Minor in Irish Studies, with the following courses available to students in the
Fall of 2014.

(
Some courses are eligible for Irish Studies credit only if the required research project is focused on Ireland. More information is available in the registration system.)

Fall 2014
The following courses will be offered in
Fall 2014:

ENGL 2000 TEXTS & CONTEXTS: MODERN IRISH LITERATURE AND DRAMA
TF    1:00 - 2:15        Keri G. Walsh, RH
TF    2:30 - 3:45        Keri G. Walsh, RH
An introduction to the literary analysis of texts and the cultural and historical contexts within which they are produced and read. Significant class time will be devoted to critical writing and to speaking about literature. Each section of Texts and Contexts will have a focus developed by the individual instructor and expressed in its subtitle. This course fulfills the Core requirements for the second Eloquentia Perfecta seminar.

HIST 1075 UNDERSTANDING HISTORICAL CHANGE: EARLYMODERN EUROPE
TF    10:00 am - 11:15    Christopher R. Maginn, LC
Understanding Historical Change in early modern Europe involves a modular and comparative approach to events and issues significant to the history of Europe from approximately 1500-1800. The course will examine a range of events stretching from Columbus’s voyages to the rise of Napoleon and issues including but not limited to religious change, state formation, intellectual development and revolution.

HIST 3430  THE WORLD OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I

TF     11:30 - 12:45        Christopher Maginn, LC
Elizabeth Tudor, queen of England, is one of the most fascinating figures in history. She is that rare bird: a person of some antiquity but whose name and face are instantly recognisable today and whose life remains compelling 400 years after her death. This course seeks to move beyond the standard biographical studies of Elizabeth by exploring the world in which the last Tudor sovereign inhabited. It will do so by looking at four overlapping themes which together shaped the Elizabethan world (1558-1603): state and society in the kingdom of England; England’s overseas discoveries; the politics and diplomacy of Reformation Europe; and the extension of Tudor rule in the kingdom of Ireland.

HIST 3458  IRELAND 1688-1923
TF       1:00 - 2:15        Nancy J. Curtin, RH
Revolution, nationalism, and constitutionalism in Ireland, focusing on the United Irishmen, Daniel O'Connell's reform movements, young Ireland, the Fenians, the land war, Home Rule, cultural revival, and the quest for independence in the early 20th century.

HIST 3806  US IMMIGRATION/ETHNICITY
TF      1:00 - 2:15        Barry Goldberg, LC
A survey of immigration and ethnicity in American life.  Themes include the motives for migration; America's reception of immigrants; the formation of immigrant communities; the intersection of ethnicity with race, gender, religion, politics and class; the personal meanings of ethnic identity; and the relationship of ethnicity to American national identity.

POSC 3516  CONFLICT ANALYSIS AND RESOLUTION
MW    1:00 - 2:15        Sarah P. Lockhart, LC
This course focuses on post-Cold War international conflict analysis as an instrument of peacemaking. We will analyze inter-state, internal, state-formation, and protracted social conflict and focus on the development of conflict analysis and resolution as an interdisciplinary component of international studies.

You can find the full list of courses in the catalog of the Institute's courses, or myfordham.edu.


Spring 2014 Courses
The Institute of Irish Studies offer a Minor in Irish Studies, with the following courses available to students in the Spring of 2014.

Spring 2014
The following courses will be offered in Spring 2014:

ENGL 2000 TEXTS & CONTEXTS: MODERN POETRY AND DRAMA
TF       
8:30am - 9:45am         Frank M Kerins, RH
TF      
10:00am - 11:15am       Frank M Kerins, RH
An introduction to the literary analysis of texts and the cultural and historical contexts within which they are produced and read. Significant class time will be devoted to critical writing and to speaking about literature. Each section of Texts and Contexts will have a focus developed by the individual instructor and expressed in its subtitle. This course fulfills the Core requirements for the second EloquentiaPerfecta seminar.

HIST 3671 R01 US CRIME & PUNISHMENT
MR        8:30am - 9:45am        Elizabeth Stack, RH
This course will examine violence, crime and punishment in the U.S. History from colonial times to present. The type of crime committed and the reaction to it shed light on how Americans viewed aspects of their society, gender, ethnicity, race, religion, and political issues will be focused on. Cases will include the Salem Witch Trails, Mary Phagan, Emmet Till, Bonnie & Clyde, Socco & Vanzetti and Lizzie Borden.

HIST 3456 R01 BRITAIN, 1688-1867
MR         2:30pm - 3:45pm         Nancy Curtin, RH
Aristocratic hegemony, popular culture and protest, the industrial revolution and its associated class conflict, radical and reform movements, and the transforming effect of new social forces and ideologies.

HIST 3862 R01 HISTORY OF NEW YORK CITY
MR          2:30pm - 3:45pm         Daniel Soyer, RH
The political, social, and cultural development of the city from Dutch colony to modern metropolis. The course will touch on such aspects of New York’s history as: significant political events and figures; the development of distinct neighborhoods; the urban infrastructure; problems of urban life; the role of immigration and racial and ethnic communities; the importance of the city in popular and high culture; the city’s role as a port, and as a financial and manufacturing center, and community and conflict related to class and gender differences.



You can find the full list of courses in the catalog of the Institute's courses, or myfordham.edu.


Fall 2013 Courses

The Institute of Irish Studies offer a Minor in Irish Studies, with the following courses available to students in the Fall of 2013.

Fall 2013
The following courses will be offered in Fall 2013:


ENGL 2000 TEXTS & CONTEXTS: MODERN IRISH LITERATURE
TF         TBA                         Frank M Kerins,  RH
TF         TBA                         Frank M Kerins, RH

An introduction to the literary analysis of texts and the cultural and historical contexts within which they are produced and read. Significant class time will be devoted to critical writing and to speaking about literature. Each section of Texts and Contexts will have a focus developed by the individual instructor and expressed in its subtitle. This course fulfills the Core requirements for the second Eloquentia Perfecta seminar.


HIST 3260 MEDIEVAL IRELAND TO1691
TF         1.00pm-2.15pm          Christopher Maginn
, LC

ENGL 4032-R01 JOYCE'S ULYSSES
TF          1:00pm - 2:15pm       Frank Kerins, RH

This seminar undertakes an intensive, chapter by chapter reading of Joyce's serio--, comic epic,Ulysses, in the context of literary modernism and in relation to several theoretical frameworks: psychoanalytic,reader--response, gender studies, deconstructive, and post colonial.


You can find the full list of courses in the catalog of the Institute's courses, or myfordham.edu.




 

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