Irish Studies - Research
Applications are welcome in all aspects of Irish Studies but projects are particularly welcome in the following areas: bilingual and comparative studies of modern and contemporary Irish writing; the politics and practice of translation; historical cartography, colonial and imperial geographies; traditional Irish music and dance.
It is a requirement of all MLitt candidates at the Centre for Irish Studies that they adopt an interdisciplinary approach to their research.
Admission to a research degree is at the discretion of the potential supervisor and the head of discipline, and is based on a proposal from the applicant following discussion with the member of staff whose academic area of interest is most appropriate. Candidates should have obtained an honours degree (Second Class Honours, Grade 1 [or equivalent international qualification] minimum).
Course Code: MLitt (full-time) 1LT1; MLitt (part-time) 1LT2
MLitt (Irish Studies), full-time
MLitt (Irish Studies), part-time
Dr. Louis De Paor—Twentieth-century writing in Irish; translation; Máirtín Ó Cadhain; Flann O'Brien; Irish bardic poetry.
Dr. Nessa Cronin—Irish and European historical cartography; cultural geography; philosophies of space and place; twentiethcentury and contemporary Irish writing.
Dr. Michelle Comber—Archaeology of Irelands early historic period (approx. 5th to 12th century A.D.), especially its fine metalwork, economy, and settlement; ringforts and settlement