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Series: The SCS Research Podcast: Ní hansae

Ní hansae: Barry Lewis

Ní hansae: Barry Lewis
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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

Ní hansae: Chantal Kobel

Ní hansae: Chantal Kobel
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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

Ní hansae: Anne Marie O’Brien

Ní hansae: Anne Marie O'Brien
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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

Ní hansae: Mícheál Hoyne

Ní hansae: Mícheál Hoyne
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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

Ní hansae: Christina Cleary

Ní hansae: Christina Cleary
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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

Ní hansae: Trailer

Ní hansae: Trailer
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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