Irish Literature and Culture
Using Ireland as your classroom, you will have the unique opportunity to see the plays and literature you are reading in class come alive on some of the world's most historic sites and stages. Visit the birth homes of Oscar Wilde and Bernard Shaw, Jonathan's Swift's church and grave, sites in Yeats's poems, go backstage at Dublin's Abbey Theatre, see shows in theatres on both coasts, visit the remote islands that birthed modern Irish drama, and use your free time to explore the nooks and crannies that make Ireland one of the most popular destinations in the world. You'll see the places where Irish literature is still being shaped and launched-all while interacting with the Irish culture of the past and present.
Instruction on-campus: May 28-June 3 and June 20-26, 2020
Instruction abroad: June 5-19, 2020
- ENGL 3338: Studies in Multicultural Literature: Irish Literature and the Irish Landscape
- ENGL 3370: Modern Drama
Prerequisite: ENGL 1301 and ENGL 1302.
Shared rooms in budget hotels or highly rated hostels (mav share a bathroom with the floor).
Students will be guided through several ways to arrange their flights and to set up their pick up in Dublin. All students will be accompanied from the airport to our local housing by either the faculty member or someone from the vendor service, Performing Arts Abroad. DO NOT book your flights until receiving specific instruction to do so.
$3,740 (including a $300 non-refundable deposit to secure a spot in the program)
- Includes: housing, daily breakfast and welcome and farewell dinner, group excursions and entrance fees per itinerary, gratuities for tour guides, bus drivers and similar, onsite program coordinator support, 24 hour emergency access to support staff, and CISI health insurance.
- Not Included: airfare, regular SHSU tuition & fees* (summer semester), $200 Study Abroad Service Fee, most meals, books and supplies, spending money
*Note: Faculty-led, out-of-country courses do not charge 3 fees: Rec Center, Student Center and Health Center=$275, as opposed to on-campus courses.
PROGRAM PAYMENT DEADLINES
- $300 non-refundable deposit due within 1 week of acceptance into program
- $1,000 payment due February 10th
- $1,000 payment due March 10th
- $1,440 Remaining Program Balance due April 10th
- Tuesday, October 22 @ 2pm-3pm - Evans 212
- Monday, November 18 @ 2pm-3pm - Evans 212
- Wednesday, January 29 @ 2pm-3pm - Evans 212
FACULTY LEADER CONTACT INFO
Dr. Robert Donahoo
Dr. Paul Child
March 1, 2020
Please submit completed program applications to the Study Abroad Coordinator.
After your Application has been approved and the $300 deposit paid, please submit the additional post-acceptance documents to the Study Abroad Coordinator that are listed on the Faculty-Led study abroad homepage.