Ireland: Literature

CIEE Custom Program

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Program Highlights

Students travel across Ireland to study how the Irish identity is shaped and sustained through its rich literary heritage.

HOME TO LITERARY GREATS

Dublin is perhaps the most literary city in the world with associations to Joyce, Lewis, Shaw, Swift, Wilde, and Beckett. Through guided museum tours and guest lectures with prominent Irish authors and literary experts, students gain insight into the history of Irish literature.

DUBLIN - EUROPE’S MOST YOUTHFUL CITY

With people moving to Dublin from all around the world, over 50% of the population is under 25. This young population forms a dynamic, multicultural city. Students acquire creative inspiration for their writing with the city’s people, cultures, and literary events.

WITNESS BREATHTAKING SCENERY

Unbelievable green landscapes and beautiful sandy beaches - nothing compares to Ireland’s scenery. As students visit Achill Island, Croagh Patrick, Doolough Valley, Glendalough, the Irish Sea, and more, they fully understand the imagery of specific Ireland locations and scenes written by famous Irish authors.

This is an example program. All CIEE Faculty-Led & Custom Programs can be customized to meet your academic goals and financial requirements.

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Our Staff

Martin Humphreys is a graduate of University College Dublin and holds a master’s degree in psychology. He has extensive teaching experience and has taught in a variety of environments with traditional and non-traditional students. He also has experience in student support and academic mentoring. This experience extends into the international educational field working with U.S. study abroad students. He has also taught English in South Korea. Martin is originally from Kildare and has an interest in Irish history and culture both in terms of personal and academic research.

 

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Contact us at 855-214-9559 or custom@ciee.org.