"'Se cleachdadh a nì teòmachd"
420 Seminar on Scottish Gaelic Immigrant Literature
A study of chosen literary excerpts, both prose and poetry, written in North America in Scottish Gaelic, with emphasis on Nova Scotian examples, and introduction to Gaelic literary analysis. Taught through the medium of Gaelic.
Prerequisite: CELT 300.Six credits. Not available 2012-13.
431 Irish Gaelic Poetry I
Explores the history of poetry in the Irish language: 500-1650 AD. The class will cover Filíocht na Sgol, metrics, religious poetry, nature poetry and eulogy. Course work will be in English but some knowledge of Irish or Scottish Gaelic is recommended.
Three credits. Offered Fall term of 2012-13
432 Irish Gaelic Poetry II
Explores the history of poetry in the Irish language from 1650 to the present. Course work will be in English but some knowledge of Irish or Scottish Gaelic is recommended.
Three credits. Offered 2nd term of 2012-13.
490 Honours thesis
Each student works under the supervision of a chosen professor who guides the selection of a thesis topic, use of resources, methodological component, quality of analysis and execution, and literary calibre of the ﬁnal version. Required for all honours students.
499 Directed Study
A directed study course in advanced topics. Please consult the chair of department at least one month in advance of the term in which you wish to do a directed study.
Available for three or six credits.