Recent publications:Celtica – https://shop.dias.ie/product/celtica-journal-of-the-school-of-celtic-studies-vol-31/Ériu – https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3318/eriu.2019.69.5?seq=1PhD – https://cora.ucc.ie/handle/10468/6364Podcast on MSS digitization – https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/people/andrea-palandri On the Book of Lismore
Professor Barry Lewis Profile Medieval Welsh Poems to Saints and Shrines, available in the DIAS bookshop SCS Journal Celtica, edited by Barry Lewis and Ruairí Ó hUiginn ASNAC Department in Cambridge Celtic Students at the University of Aberystwyth… Read More
4. Ní hAnsae: Chantal Kobel Education:Early Irish Program at TCDArchival Studies and Record Management at UCD PhD – Kobel, Chantal, “A critical editon of Aided Chonchobair ‘The violent death of Conchobar’: with translation, textual notes and bibliography”, PhD… Read More
Podcast 3: Anne Marie O’Brien Of course, ISOS is the most important reference for this podcast! Go and have a look at: www.isos.dias.ie Anne Marie’s favourite manuscripts are: Stowe Missal, RIA MS D ii 3; shrine in National… Read More
Our next guest is Mícheál Hoyne, Bergin Fellow at the School of Celtic Studies, DIAS. You can watch Mícheál’s introduction to Bardic Poetry here. References from the podcast:The Bardic Poetry Database is the work of Dr Katharine Simms,… Read More
Our very first guest is Christina Cleary, O’Donovan Scholar at the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. You can find her on Twitter @cclearych References from the podcast: Irish Script on Screen Project at DIAS:… Read More
School of Celtic Studies (SCS) Research Podcast – Ní hansae. Ní hansae is Old Irish for ‘not difficult’, which is precisely what you will think after having heard the researchers explaining their research in their own words on… Read More
Celtica, the School of Celtic Studies peer-reviewed journal has published pioneering work in all aspects of Celtic Studies since 1946. It is one of the most prominent platforms for the publication of research findings in the field and is now published annually
🥳 It is 75 years since the very first volume of Celtica, edited by T. F. O’Rahilly, was published in 1946. To celebrate, we are giving away a complete set of Celtica, all 32 volumes! 🥳🙌 Enter below by Sun 9th May to win https://t.co/5pphJOO0I0pic.twitter.com/PEwmNdEPem
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