Graduates in Folklore with a minimum Second Class Honours degree or MA Qualifier in Folklore
Months of entry
Course contentA comprehensive examination of the history of folkloristics and ethnology. Special attention will be given to the intellectual history, linking it to the major theories both in the development of the discipline and in the practice of the discipline today. Historical overview of methodologies in folklore research, concepts and contexts of ethnography, defining the field ethics and folklore research, applied folklore and the public sector, interdisciplinary approaches to ethnographic research and ethnographic discourses. Discussion and exploration of selected samples of ethnographic writing and work from both past and the present.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr. Stiofan O Cadhla