Located in the heart of New York's Greenwich Village, Glucksman Ireland House is the center for Irish and Irish-American Studies at New York University, with courses in history, Irish language, literature, music, and politics. NYU undergraduates may pursue a minor or a B.A./M.A. in Irish and Irish-American Studies. Graduate students may earn a Masters in Irish and Irish-American Studies
For the New York community, we present a weekly public events series during the academic year, as well as a monthly traditional Irish music series. For the non-credit adult learner, we host evening Irish language classes. We also serve as a resource center for Irish, Irish-American, and Irish diasporic culture.
Glucksman Ireland House provides access to Irish and Irish-American culture and fosters excellence in the study of Ireland, Irish America, and the global Irish Diaspora.
1993-2013 Celebrating 20 Years
The 2013-2014 school year marks the 20th year since Glucksman Ireland House was founded. To mark that milestone, the faculty have undertaken a series of academic projects and public humanities initiatives. Click on the links below for fuller descriptions as well as audio and video:
- 20th anniversary Gala, honoring Loretta Brennan Glucksman and featuring Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney
- The Catholic Question in America: Religious Freedom in historical perspective
- Kimmel Center Windows exhibition
- The Bordeaux-Dublin Letters, 1757: Correspondence of an Irish Community Abroad
- Irish Crime Fiction: A Symposium at Trinity College, Dublin
- An Greann agus an Ghaeilge: Humour and the Irish Language
- Ernie O'Malley Symposium: On Modern Ireland and Revolution
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Is lár ionad an léinn Éireannaigh Áras Glucksman na hÉireann in Ollscoil Nua Eabhrac Tá sé suite i gceartlár Greenwich Village i Nua Eabhrac Tá cúrsaí ar fáil i stair, litríocht, ceol agus polaitíocht na hÉireann comh maith leis An Ghaeilge. Is féidir le micléinn stáidéar a dhéanamh ar na hábhair sin mar pháirt dá gcéim.