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Reflections on A Political Life: Hugh Carey, from the Archives of Irish America's Oral History Project. Read More
Study Abroad in Ireland
Students are invited to study abroad on the campus of Trinity College Dublin. Read More
Irish language events, literature, and culture at Áras Glucksman na hÉireann. Read More
Now available: American Journal of Irish Studies, vol. 10
Featuring articles drawn from the public events series at Glucksman Ireland House NYU. Read More
Thursday, March 13th, 7:00pm
at NYU's Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, 70 Washington Square South
In celebration of the American launch of The Bordeaux-Dublin Letters, 1757: Correspondence of an Irish Community Abroad. Co-editors Prof. John Shovlin and Tom Truxes discuss the accompanying exhibit at Bobst Library.
Saturday, March 15th, 12:00pm
at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral
Mott Street between Prince and Houston streets
Come celebrate the Feast of St. Patrick! Father Andrew O'Connor of St. Mary's Church in Manhattan will be the celebrant followed by ceili (great music), craic (great conversation), dancing, and refreshments.
Friday, March 28th, 5:00pm
Learn more about NYU's MA in Irish and Irish-American Studies, including significant new scholarships. Meet faculty, students, and alumni.
Friday, March 28th, 8:00pm
One of the most acclaimed Irish musicians of modern times, Bothy Band veteran Paddy Keenan plays traditional dance tunes and slow airs with unparalleled virtuosity and improvisational genius.
Friday, March 28th – Monday, May 26th
March 28: Paddy Keenan The one and only! Bothy Band veteran Paddy Keenan is one of the most acclaimed Irish musicians of modern times. He’s been described as "the Jimi Hendrix of the uilleann pipes," which is just a short-hand way of saying that he plays traditional dance tunes and slow airs with unparalleled virtuosity and improvisational genius.