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Photo: the fascade of Glucksman Ireland House

About Us

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.

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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:

Eolas Fúinn

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.

Employment Opportunity

The Irish Studies Program at New York University invites applications for an appointment as Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow. The appointment in Irish Literature in the Irish and Irish-American Studies Program will begin on September 1, 2014, pending budgetary and administrative approval. We seek candidates with a Ph.D. in Irish Literature who can serve and expand the areas of literary and cultural study covered by our curriculum at the undergraduate and graduate level. The appointment will be renewable annually for three years. Candidates must have completed a Ph.D. no earlier than September 1, 2010. Course load will be 3 courses per year.

Applications should be completed by February 7, 2014. Please upload a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, writing sample, and three letters of recommendation. To view our curriculum and apply, please explore this web site. Questions not satisfied by materials online can be directed to Anne Solari. To apply, click here.