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Diploma in arts history and politics in ireland%2C a decade of centenaries in Dublin business school

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This is a timely and topical course designed to creatively and critically engage with the culture and practices of commemoration at the present moment of Irish history and to offer participants a closely guided first stage initiation into the art of writing history. Taught by a working professional historian, it explores the major issues and debates that surround the current decade of centenaries, provides an introduction to a range of historical writing forms and conventions, and develops key skills in historical research and presentation.

Applicants for Diploma Programmes must be 18 years of age or over. There are no previous academic qualifications or experience required for entry onto most of the Diplomas, A copy of your GNIB (Garda National Immigration Bureau) card, work permit (if applicable) and passport, IELTS scores.

The course will be useful to anyone with a general interest in Irish history, culture and politics; to those interested in local, community and family histories; and to anyone looking for a short and engaging encounter with academic study within a third level environment.


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