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Culture Night 2014

culture-night-2013-logoCulture Night 2014 @ the School of Celtic Studies, DIAS.
10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4.
Friday September 19th

DIAS, School of Celtic Studies presents demonstrations focusing on the digitisation of...

One Day Conference on the Medieval and Early Modern Irish Grammatical and Metrical Tradition

metrical tradition conferenceGramadach agus Prosóid na Gaeilge:
Medieval and Early Modern Irish Grammatical and Metrical Tradition

 

A one-day conference on the medieval and early modern Irish grammatical and metrical...

Congratulations

Elliott LashSorcha Nic LochlainnThe School wishes to congratulate Sorcha Nic Lochlainn on her lectureship appointment in the Department of Modern Irish, University College Cork, and to Elliott Lash on his 2 year Postdoctoral...

New manuscripts on ISOS

yellowbookoflecanMore manuscripts are now available on Irish Script on Screen:

Trinity College Dublin
MS 1301
MS 1318 Yellow Book of Lecan
MS 1319/2/7
MS 1340
Royal Irish Academy
MS C i 3
MS C ii 3
MS C iii 2
MS E i 3
MS 23...
Book sale

Book sale posterMore books have been reduced in price, by up to 50%! See what's on special offer!

Call for papers: Tionól 2014

This year’s Tionól will take place at the School of Celtic Studies, 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4, on 14 and 15 November. Papers will relate to any aspect of Celtic Studies, and will be 30 minutes...

Statutory Public Lecture 2013

Statutory Public Lecture posterEarly Irish Music: An overview of the linguistic and documentary evidence

Professor Fergus Kelly presented the 2013 Statutory Public Lecture of the School of Celtic Studies on Friday 15th November...

Seminar: Early Irish Satirical Texts

Professor Liam Breatnach will give his seminars on Wednesdays in the Seminar Room in the School of Celtic Studies. The seminar lasts one hour and the School of Celtic Studies welcomes external...

Welcome

The School of Celtic Studies is, along with those of Theoretical Physics and of Cosmic Physics a constituent school of The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, founded under the Institute for Advanced Studies Act, 1940, to provide facilities for the furtherance of advanced study and the conduct and publication of research.

Details of research projects, the publications of the school as well as of seminars and lectures are provided on this website. Special attention may be drawn to the Irish Script on Screen (ISOS) project and the online publications.

Attendance at the weekly seminars is open to all. There will be no fee and no requirement to register.

The School also hosts an annual two-day conference (Tionól) in November, and a Summer School every three years.

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