The Association is commited to supporting students of Celtic Studies and the Celtic languages and enabling networking between students from different institutions and different countries. We organize an annual conference which this year will be held in Edinburgh over the weekend of 2nd to 4th March. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or see our website https://celticstudentsconference.org/ and our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CelticStudents/
Association of Celtic
Students of Ireland and Britain ~ Inaugural Conference, Edinburgh 16th March 2013.
Information and Call for Papers.
The conference will be held in the department of Celtic and
Scottish Studies at the University
of Edinburgh on Saturday
16 March 2013. The Association has been set up to promote academic and social
connections between undergraduate and postgraduate students of Celtic Studies
(including those whose courses are specifically Irish, Welsh or Scottish Gaelic
etc.), and is currently led by a provisional steering committee (see below).
The first permanent committee will be elected at the AGM to be held as part of
the inaugural conference. So far the Association and the conference have
aroused considerable interest among students in Scotland, Ireland, Wales and
England, and we hope that the event will be a great success and that it will
move to other universities in future years.
Call for papers.
We invite proposals on any topic in Celtic, including
language and linguistics, literature, history, folklore etc. Papers should be
approximately 15 minutes long; there will also be a poster session. Please send
abstracts of between 50 and 200 words to email@example.com.
This address can also be used to ask us for further information about any
aspect of the conference or the Association. If you have never given a paper
before, this is a good opportunity to do so in a supportive environment where
you will receive helpful feedback and encouragement. Your topic may be a work
in progress or based on class work you have done at your home university.
The deadline for the call for papers is 27th
The inaugural conference will be held on Saturday 16th
March in the Celtic and Scottish Studies building at 27 George Square, Edinburgh.
There will be a welcome social on the evening of Friday 15th March
as well as an optional chance to see the city on Sunday 17th. There
will be a meal and a social on Saturday evening. In the course of the day there
will be presentations, a discussion and debate on the future direction of
Celtic Studies, and the Annual General Meeting where the constitution will be
agreed and the next committee elected.
The registration form for the conference can be found below.
Please fill in your details and send to our email address
firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be a £3 registration fee, payable
on the day, to cover costs of refreshments etc.
Email us if you are interested in couch-surfing; otherwise
we can give you advice on hostels and hotels in Edinburgh.
President - Christopher Lewin (University of Edinburgh)
Secretary - Déirdre Ní Mhathúna (University of the Highlands
Treasurer - Christina Dick (University of Edinburgh)
Erin Hill (University
David McCay (University
Stuart Dunmore (University
Please return with your detailed
typed in to email@example.com.
Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain
conference: registration form.
16th March 2012.
Dietary and other special requirements:
I intend to submit an abstract for a presentation or poster:
YES / NO.