Throughout the academic year, the Glucksman Ireland House Faculty Works in Progress Seminar brings together faculty, graduate students, and the NYU community for a discussion and presentation of current research. All seminars meet at Glucksman Ireland House.



Next Research Seminar:

  • New York's Hill of Assembly
    November 15, 2013, 12:30-2:00 pm
    Marion Casey


    Building on her ever-increasing body of research over the years on the Irish-American experience, this lunchtime talk will look at Dr. Casey's work-in-progress on the concepts of landscape, cultural geography, and spatial concepts in the Irish immigrant community. Among the questions Dr. Casey will pose include: What mental geography survives the Atlantic crossing? Can the deep Irish relationship with landscape and history be translated/transferred to a new location abroad? Under what circumstances? Join Dr. Casey and Glucksman Ireland House students and faculty for this lunchtime seminar to discuss.
    Posted Oct 8, 2013, 6:13 PM by Nicholas Wolf
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Questions can be directed to Greg Londe, greg.londe@nyu.edu


No materials at present.


March 28, 2013
"Crossing the Green Atlantic: Clandestine Maritime Networks and the Irish Revolution"
Bruce Nelson

February 22, 2013
"On the Problems of 19th c. “Phonetic” Texts; or, How Did the Scribe Aodh Mac Ceagan Learn His Irish?"
Nicholas Wolf


December 7, 2012
"Trading Diasporas"
Thomas M. Truxes

October
26, 2012
"External Affairs: Gender and Diplomacy in the Poetry of Denis Devlin and Máire Mhac an tSaoi"
Greg Londe