The School of Celtic Studies is dedicated to the study of Celtic languages throughout history, both written and spoken, as well as related history of cultural, social and legal issues. Employing both academic staff as well as scholars, we publish books and other online resources, our journal Celtica, and host events such as our annual conference Tionól.
Major projects include:
- Irish Script on Screen (ISOS), making hundreds of manuscripts freely available online
- Ogham in 3D, producing three-dimensional models of Ogham stones, our earliest form of writing
- The Bibliography of Irish Linguistics and Literature, listing thousands of publications relevant to Celtic Studies
- Monasticon Hibernicum, a database of early Christian ecclesiastical settlements in
Ireland, produced by Ailbhe MacShamhráin with Nora White and Aidan Breen at Maynooth University
- The Bardic Poetry Database, by Dr Katharine Simms of the Department of History, Trinity College Dublin.