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Dr Nora White

Name: Dr Nora White

Title: Ogham in 3D Principal Investigator

E-mail: nora@celt.dias.ie

Phone: +353 1 6140184

Address: School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4

Related Links: https://ogham.celt.dias.ie

Research Interests: Early Medieval Ireland (language, history and archaeology), Ogham studies, digitisation

Biographical Sketch: Nora White graduated from Maynooth University in 2001 with a BA in History and Old and Middle Irish/Medieval Irish Studies. She went on to edit a group of early Irish texts for her PhD at the same University, before being awarded an O’Donovan Scholarship in the School of Celtic Studies at DIAS in 2006. Since 2010, she has held the position of Principal Investigator on the Ogham in 3D project.

Selected Publications:

Compert Mongáin and Three Other Early Mongán tales: A Critical Edition with Introduction, Translation, Textual Notes, Bibliography and Vocabulary. Maynooth Medieval Irish Texts 5 (Maynooth, 2006), 227 pages.

‘Ogham stones from a souterrain in Rathkenny, Co. Kerry’ submitted for publication to Celtica Vol. XXIX (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies).

‘The Ogham in 3D Pilot Project: a report on work in progress’ in Celtica Vol. XXVI (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2010), 200-204, 4 pages. Co-authored with Professor Fergus Kelly.

‘Ogham in 3D: Digitizing a unique aspect of Ireland’s cultural heritage’ in Breac – A digital Journal of Irish Studies, Issue 3. Irish Studies and Digital Humanities (2015). Available at  http://breac.nd.edu/articles/61526-ogham-in-3d-digitizing-a-unique-aspect-of-irelands-cultural-heritage/

Ogham in 3D website, launched in May 2013 by Jimmy Deenihan TD, former Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. http://ogham.celt.dias.ie

Monasticon Hibernicum – Early Christian ecclesiastical settlement in Ireland 5th to 12th centuries. Assistant researcher to Dr Ailbhe MacShamhráin. Online database, launched July 2009. http://monasticon.celt.dias.ie/