Professor Liam Breatnach’s Statutory Public Lecture for 2018, “Poetry on the edge: marginal verses in mediaeval Irish manuscripts”, is now available to watch.
Two new publications in Celtic Studies were launched recently. Celtica 30 The latest volume of the journal of the School of Celtic Studies is now available. Fuidheall Áir: Bardic poems on the Meic Dhiarmada of Magh Luirg c…. Read More
Edited by Mícheál Hoyne. Available to buy now. The Mac Dermot lords of Moylurg in the north of present-day Co. Roscommon were one of the most powerful families in Connacht in the later Middle Ages. Today, all that… Read More
Intentional obscuritas in Irish and Welsh literature (650–1650) Advanced notice of a conference to be held on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th May 2019. Registration will open in February 2019.
The 2018 Statutory Public Lecture in the School of Celtic Studies will be presented this year by Professor Liam Breatnach. Friday 2nd November, 2018, 8pm in Theatre R, Arts Block, UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4. All welcome, no registration… Read More
Tionól 2018 will take place on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd of November. Full programme and abstracts available here. 2018 Statutory Public Lecture of the School of Celtic Studies
Is oth linn a chur in iúl gur cailleadh gan choinne an tOllamh Anders Ahlqvist, Cathaoirleach Bhord Rialúcháin Scoil an Léinn Cheiltigh inné. Comhbhrón ó chroí uainn dá bhean, dá mhac agus dá mhuintir. We regret to announce… Read More
Friday 28th September, 3p.m. – 5p.m. Lecture Room, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4 Seminar given by John Gillis, Senior Conservator, Preservation & Conservation Department, Trinity College Library. Attendance is free, but please contact… Read More
The ogham inscription has suffered some damage, with loss of vowels in particular (letters between square brackets supplied): MAQI COR[A]B[I]R M[A]QI TANB?... N[E]T[A] S[A]L[A]GI[A] MAQ[I] M[U]C[OI] but the first name is probably Mac-Coirpri ogham.celt.dias.ie/stone.php?lang… Retweeted by DIAS_SCS Library
#oghamoftheweek from Ballybarrack, Co. Louth. Discovered in a souterrain during excavation in 1977. Used as a lintel at the junction of 2 passages in 1 of 3 souterrains within an enclosure. On display in the County Musuem Dundalk @dundalkmuseum @louthcoco @louthheritage Retweeted by DIAS_SCS Library
Ogham stones are among Ireland's most remarkable national treasures, with inscriptions in the uniquely Irish Ogham alphabet. Our #OghamIn3D project, digitises and records as many as possible of the approx. 400 surviving Ogham stones. More at bit.ly/2Tz1sKn #DIASdiscovers Retweeted by DIAS_SCS Library
Tue, 5 March 2019, 17:30 – 21:00 GMT National Library of Ireland, Seminar Room Kildare Street, Dublin 2 https://t.co/zy6pfRto6W #bibliography #bookhistory @LAIRBG @LAIonline @LAICDGroup @SCSLibrary @UL_SpecColl— pmoloney (@nimhaoldomnaigh) February 11, 2019
Today's new addition to go live from National Library of Scotland @DIAS_ISOS @natlibscot MS 14966. Autograph notebook, 1943, of poems by Sorley MacLean (a Scottish Gaelic poet, described by the Scottish Poetry Library as "one of the major Scottish poets of the modern era") Retweeted by DIAS_SCS Library