The following site is designed to give the reader an introductory look at the importance of the Irish experience through various resources on the subject via electronic digital and traditional means of scholarship.
Welcome to the Seton Hall University Libraries Ireland & American Irish Studies research guide. Since the eras, events, individuals and facets of historical development within the course of society building are many and varied, this is not a comprehensive list of resources, but rather a starting point on your personal path to discovery.
This rare book collection features nearly 2,000 titles, dating from the seventeenth century to the present day, from the collection of Irish literary figure and noted book collector Michael Joseph (Meagher) MacManus (1888-1951), an author and editor of the Irish Press from 1931 until his death two decades later; select papers, photographs and record albums from Rita Murphy (1912-2003), a broadcaster, teacher, and one of the first female graduates of Seton Hall College (Urban Division, 1937), who aired an Irish Music Programme for many ears on WSOU and established and served as Director of the Institute for Irish Culture at Seton Hall University during the 1950s-60s; items from the Concannon book collection.
Ireland & American Irish LInks
The following links are designed to provide users with quick access to resource tools that can aid their search for precise information...