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Transatlantic Connections Conference

4th – 14th January 2019

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The Institute of Study Abroad Ireland is delighted to host the Drew University ‘Transatlantic Connections’ event from January 4-14 2019. Daytime events will be held at Eclipse Cinemas, Bundoran, and evening events take place at the Atlantic Apartotel. All events are open to the public, and free. Each January, this unique event gathers academics, university students, artists, activists, local enthusiasts, journalists, and public audiences to discuss the connections between Ireland, the US and the world.

The Drew trip includes travel in Ireland and Northern Ireland, a student & faculty event in Dublin with a  guest speaker, six days of lectures, field trips and travel, and an  interdisciplinary undergraduate conference in County Donegal, on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.  With its interdisciplinary approach, this program is a great choice for students of any major seeking to build cultural affinity and global awareness. The international conference experience is particularly valuable for honors undergraduate students who intend to pursue graduate study or careers in academia, cultural affairs or global relations. This trip is very suitable for ambitious students and/or scholars who would be interested in combining a multidisciplinary international conference with a short study trip to Ireland.

The Irish Studies Program at Drew University, in association with the Institute of Study Abroad Ireland, is delighted to announce the sixth annual Drew University Transatlantic Connections Conference in Ireland.


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