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Conference News: Call for Papers, Proceedings & Cabadaich

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Preparing for our 5th Annual Celtic Students Conference in Glasgow, Scotland this SpringPreparations are now underway to bring you our next conference where we will also be celebrating our fifth birthday - and you're all invited! Keep an eye out for our next newsletter early in the New Year which will have details on how to register. We have been working hard during the past few months; and as well as coming up with a date for the conference, we have also had a new logo designed and a new multilingual website built.

Call for Papers and Posters (doc)
Gairm airson Pàipearan agus Postairean (doc)
Galwad am Bapurau (doc)

Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain
Fifth Annual Conference

University of Glasgow, Scotland
24-26 March 2017 The Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain will be holding its fifth annual conference at the University of Glasgow, Scotland on Saturday and Sunday, the 24th and 25th March 2017.

The aim of the Association is to encourage and …

Call for Papers and Posters for the Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain's Fifth Annual Conference at the University of Glasgow, Scotland - 24 to 26 March 2017

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Call for Papers and Posters (doc) Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain Fifth Annual Conference
University of Glasgow, Scotland 24-26 March 2017
The Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain will be holding its fifth annual conference at the University of Glasgow, Scotland on Saturday and Sunday, the 24th and 25th March 2017. The aim of the Association is to encourage and bring together socially students of all fields under the Celtic umbrella: be it language, literature, culture, history and beyond. We aim to offer support in the broad field of Celtic Studies; promote all aspects of Celtic Studies (e.g. the study of the Celtic languages, literatures, histories and cultures, etc.); to represent all Celtic students and to campaign on their behalf. Our conference encourages social and academic links between students of Celtic languages, literatures and cultures from across the Celtic nations and beyond, and to give them a chance to gain the experience of presenting…