Andrea Palandri and Aoibheann Nic Dhonnchadha from @DIAS_Dublin to speak at 'Tintúd-Aistriú: an tAistriuchán Liteartha i Stair na Gaeilge - Irish Literary Translation through Time' on 20th May @GaelicLitUCC #DIASdiscovers booking details 👇 twitter.com/GaelicLitUCC/s…
Just over a month until this event, a bilingual conference on the history of Irish literary translation. All are welcome to attend, contact email@example.com to register pic.twitter.com/jeiaZVXCQE— MA Gaelic Lit UCC (@GaelicLitUCC) April 15, 2021
Prof. Barry Lewis from @DIAS_Dublin 'Getting the message out: Hagiography and communication in Medieval Wales - for @Department_ASNC Zoom conference, 12-13 June 2021 #DIASdiscovers twitter.com/Department_ASN…
'Pseudo-history among the Celtic-speaking peoples: medieval propaganda?'— ASNC Cambridge (@Department_ASNC) April 14, 2021
Zoom conference, 12-13 June 2021
This is set to be a great event! Includes current ASNaCs Máire Ní Mhaonaigh, @MarieTheuerkauf and Ben Guy, as well as @PatrickJWadden @georgiahenley @becslth and others pic.twitter.com/ejny2ao81O
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