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M.A. Faculty

The faculty of the Masters Program at Glucksman Ireland House NYU is composed of distinguished scholars in Irish and Irish-American Studies who take a comparative and inter-disciplinary approach in their research and teaching.

  • Marion R Casey

    Director of Undergraduate Irish Studies;

    Clinical Assistant Professor of Irish Studies

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    Research Interests: 

    Irish America, Irish Diaspora, Ethnic Groups in American History, New York City, Film & History, Material & Popular Culture, Public History

  • Hasia R. Diner

    Paul S. and Sylvia Steinberg Professor of American Jewish History;

    Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies and History

    Director, Goldstein-Goren Center for American Jewish History; Director of Undergraduate Studies

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    Field: 

    United States

    Research Interests: 

    American Jewish history, American immigration history and women's history

  • J. Joseph Lee

    Professor of Irish Studies and History

    Director, Irish Studies; Glucksman Professor of Irish Studies

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    Field: 

    Modern Europe

    Research Interests: 

    19th and 20th Century Irish, English, European, and Irish American history and politics; Nationalism, imperialism, and post colonialism; Irish Diaspora

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    Mick Moloney

    Global Distinguished Professor of Irish Studies and Music;

    Professor of Music and Irish Studies

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    Research Interests: 

    Irish and Irish-American music and popular culture.

  • Pádraig Ó Cearúill

    Senior Language Lecturer of Irish Studies

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    Research Interests: 

    Irish language, culture and mythology

  • Thomas M. Truxes

    Clinical Associate Professor of Irish Studies and History

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    Research Interests: 

    Early-modern Irish history; Ireland and the Atlantic world before 1800; early-modern maritime history; the overseas trade of British America; eighteenth-century urban life, particularly New York City

  • John P Waters

    Clinical Assistant Professor of Irish Studies

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    Research Interests: 

    Irish Studies; Eighteenth Century British and Irish Culture; British Romantic literature