The Center for Irish Research and Teaching is among the most active units at Georgia Southern University, helping to achieve the institution's core mission of academic excellence. Please click the image links below to explore the Center's multifaceted work.
Major Talk on Comparative Civil Rights
Mo., Apr. 6, 2015 • 7:00 PM
Russell Union Theater • Free
4th Annual Distinguished Lecture
in Irish Multicultural Studies
Kieran Cronin, Leading Irish Archival
Librarian, Discusses "Civil Rights:
The American South & the Irish North"
Ireland's Official Representative to
Savannah's St. Patrick's Day Parade
Government Chief Whip Hon. Paul Kehoe
Program on We., Mar. 18, 2015
Focuses on Wexford-Savannah Axis
In Newspaper & at Georgia Historical
Society (1839), Minister Praises
C.I.R.T. research initiative
President Keel, Eagle "Freedom" &
Cheerleaders among Georgia Southern
Delegation Honoring Irish Savannah
10:15 AM Start Time on Tu., Mar 17:
Abercorn St. at Gwinnett St.
Two-Page Article about C.I.R.T.'s Work
Appears in 2015 Parade Magazine,
Distributed to Thousands
Multiple Presentations
by Faculty-Student Panel
at Statesboro and Savannah Venues
Results from Summer 2014 Research &
Goals for Upcoming Season
Important New Information
about Co. Wexford's Special Links
to Georgia's First City
Signature Event for City's Irish Season
Su., Mar. 15, 2015 • 7:00 PM
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist • $25
Celtic Celebration Savannah 2015
Scholarship Fundraising Concert
Soprano Joanne McCabe
Organist Eric Sweeney
Uilleann Piper Jimmy O'Brien Moran
Event Honoring Dr. David Tribby
Sa., Mar. 14, 2015 • 7:30 PM
St. Mary on the Hill Church • $15
Celtic Celebration Augusta 2015
Scholarship Fundraising Concert
World-Class Artists
Direct from Ireland
Plus Augusta's Own Ainm Cara
Earn 7 Georgia Southern Credits
while Studying in Ireland's Oldest City
#1-Ranked Program
Study-in-Ireland Summer Semester
Term B: 5 Weeks in Waterford, Ireland
Jun. 18-Jul. 23, 2015
Choose from Menu of 12 Courses
(Application Deadline: Mar. 2, 2015)
High-Ability Undergraduate Students
Conduct Primary-Source Research
in a Variety of Archives: Summer Term A
Honors Inquiry Program Spans
Savannah, Wexford & Dublin
Stateside: May 18-Jun. 2, 2015
In Ireland: Jun. 3-Jun. 18, 2015
(Application Deadline: Feb. 2, 2015)
Center for Irish Research & Teaching
Faculty Serve on Committee for &
Present at 26th Annual Conference
Hawthorn Suites, Rome, Georgia
Feb., 2015: Fr. 20 & Sa. 21
Theme: Performing Ireland
Keynoter: Dr. John Harrington, Dean &
Eminent Scholar, Fordham University
The Flagship Irish Studies Unit in the University System of Georgia—America's Third-Largest University System
An International Center of Excellence for the Study of Ireland and the Irish Diaspora