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Institute for Irish-American Studies at CUNY

Minor in Irish Language and Literature

The CUNY Institute for Irish-American Studies received a three-year grant from 2006-2009 from the Department responsible for Gaeltacht Affairs (Irish Government). In our initial proprosal, we indicated that we would design a distance education Minor in Irish Language and Literature. That program is now in place with on-line components as well as face-to-face weekly meetings at four locations in New York City. In 2009, the Department once again awarded a three-year grant (2009-2011) to the CUNY Institute for Irish-American Studies to develop a BA in Irish Language and Literature.

The Institute has also successfully applied for a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant for the past four years. The current FLTA is Siobhán Ní Mhaolagáin from University College Dublin.

Irish Language Program Webpage

Irish Language Classes at Lehman College, CUNY (Part I) YouTube Video (Note: You will be leaving the Institute website. Please click on your browser's back button when you have finished viewing the video to return here.)

Irish Language Classes at Lehman College, CUNY (Part I) YouTube Video (Note: You will be leaving the Institute website. Please click on your browser's back button when you have finished viewing the video to return here.)



















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