|Every July University College Cork holds Summer School in Irish Studies, introducing students from across the world to Irish history, literature and culture. For the month of July, students explore key turning-points in Ireland’s history that shaped its destiny and identity, and examine how modern Irish writers of international significance sought to define a sense of cultural identity. These themes are explored in lectures, seminars, and in a series of field trips, delivered by leading experts. Usually, the first two weeks in July are dedicated to the History module while the last two weeks in July are dedicated to the Irish Literature module.|
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