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Introduction to Modern Irish offered each term by Fulbright Scholar from Ireland. All sections are for credit. No non-credit sections offered. Contact Professor Wiley for more information.Credit and Non-Credit available.
Na Gaeil have been teaching Irish in Chicago since the 1990's. We offer classes Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Our aim is to help adults become comfortable and confident in speaking, understanding, and reading modern Irish.Non-Credit available.
Beginners: Dé Máirt 6.30-8:00
Intermediate: Déardaoin 6.30-8:00
The Bloomington Irish Language Group meets on a regular basis at the Runcible Spoon, a restaurant located at 412 E. 6th Street in Bloomington, Indiana.
The main group generally meets on Tuesday evenings between 6:30 and 9:00pm.
Please get in touch with Devin, the group's founder, at the above listed email address. You may also feel free to drop into the Runcible Spoon and express your interest to the owners, Matt & Regen O' Neill.Non-Credit available.
Non-Credit Adult courses are available through the Center for Business & Economic development at IUPUC.
Please contact the instructor, Devin, at the above listed email address for updates on upcoming classes.Non-Credit available.
We are an organization dedicated to bringing the Irish culture and arts to the Greater Indianapolis region. We offer classes to all ages and levels of experience in traditional Irish instruments, song, dance, and language.
For upcoming class information, visit the website at IrishArtsIndy.org today!Non-Credit available.
This community group meets each Wednesday at 7pm at Claddagh Irish Pub on the north side of Indianapolis.
Please contact Molly Moyer King for more information or visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/422185197902572/Credit available.
Meeting weekly during Fall, Winter and Spring; semi-weekly during Summer.
6:30 p.m., generally at the Marion Public Library in Marion, IA.
Various meeting locations, including Waterloo Library, the Cedar Falls Library, the Waverly Library, and the Blawkhawk County Republicans Office. We meet on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m.
Contact group for more informationNon-Credit available.
Irish classes held every Wednesday evening from 8-9:30pm. Generally starts in mid-October and goes through the end of May. The students are all adults and vary widely in their level of knowledge of the language. We have a lot of fun!Non-Credit available.
Web site: www.gaelminn.orgNon-Credit available.
One-year course, at irregular intervals, through the English Dept. at the UofM.Credit available.
2/3 sections available each year at the University of St. Thomas and a month-long immersion program in Carraroe, Co. Galway, for the National University of Ireland, Galway. Private and small group classes are also offered.
BÍonn dhá chúrsa Ghaeilge ag UST i rith na bliana agus tá mé ag teagasc ar Chúrsa na nEachtrannach - cúrsa míosa ar an gCeathrú Rua, Co. na Gaillimhe eagraithe ag Ollscoil na hÉireann, Gaillimh.
The Fargo-Moorhead Irish Language Association (FMILA) provides free bimonthly lessons for beginners and intermediate students, as well as several annual workshops and regional Celtic events. Sponsored by Coffeehouse Translations, LLC.Non-Credit available.
Classes are free and offered on Wednesday evenings at the Ancient Order of Hibernians Hall in Akron, OH. We are using the Buntú Cainte series.Non-Credit available.
Tuesday night classes Sept-May in Columbus, OH.Non-Credit available.
Lessons and instruction for beginners and intermediate learners.Non-Credit available.
These non-credited community courses are designed for adult learners. They are administered through the UW-Madison Continuing Studies Department.Non-Credit available.
CELTIC 103 : First Semester Gaelic
Monday & Wednesday 11-12:15pm, Bairbre Ní Chiardha
Tuesday & Thursday 5-6:15pm, John Gleeson
Here's your chance to learn Irish Gaelic (Gaeilge), Ireland's native tongue and the oldest written vernacular in Europe. Gaelic is the beating heart of Irish culture, the window into the soul of the land.
CELTIC 133 : Celtic Crossings
An overview of the Celtic world and timeline, covering what we know of the ancient Continental Celts right up through the variety of Insular Celtic culture that lives on to this day.
CELTIC 350 : Advanced Topics in Celtic Studies: Irish Revolutions Past and Present
Tuesday & Thursday 3:30-4:45pm
Explore the revolutionary Irish past and the turmoil that birthed the Republic Ireland. Learn about the Anglo-Irish War, the War of Independence, the Civil War, and the causes that drove them.
I am working with a study group that meets weekly at Alterra Coffee Shop in Wauwatosa.Non-Credit available.