Celtic Students Conference 2021, 22–24th October 2021, University College Dublin and online

 🚨 Our 2021 Celtic Students Conference starts TOMORROW, 22nd October 2021!

Make sure to register & fill an attendance form to receive the Zoom links! (all info below)
We have papers on all Celtic languages, all aspects of #CelticStudies, modern and medieval, historical, literary, linguistic & more!

We are particularly proud to have papers in 5 of the 6 Celtic languages: #Cymraeg, #Gaeilge, #Kernewek, #Brezhoneg and #Gàidhlig. Simultaneous interpretation will be provided for these papers!

🗣 Our keynote speakers this year are Prof. Barry Lewis and Prof. Regina Uí Chollatáin.
  • Prof. Barry Lewis, of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, will speak on Friday night about "Literary beginnings: Thinking about the origins of literature in #Irish and #Welsh"
  • Prof. Regina Uí Chollatáin of University College Dublin and Foras na Gaeilge will speak on Saturday night about "Máirín Uí Mhuiríosa (1906-1982): Scoláire ceannródaíoch an Léinn Cheiltigh agus COBÁC" ("Máirín Uí Mhuiríosa: A pioneering scholar of Celtic Studies and of UCD").

🗓 The full schedule for #CelticStudents2021 is available here: https://bit.ly/3uRP63z
There are lots of incredibly interesting papers, two amazing keynotes, and the entertainment will be lots of fun too (🎶😉)!
📢 We will also have our General Meeting on Sunday after the last papers, open to everyone! We will be electing and re-electing members of the committees (please come if you want to get involved!), as well as choosing the host institution for the 2022 conference. Make sure to get in touch with us at celticstudents.conference@gmail.com if you would like to propose your own institution.

📝 To register for #CelticStudents2021, go to: http://bit.ly/3CYCgmO
Then fill out ONE Attendance form as follows:
💻 I will attend the conference online: https://bit.ly/3F8dthT
🇮🇪 I will travel to UCD & attend the conference on campus: https://bit.ly/3miEUwU

💻 Follow us on social media to get the latest information during the conference! We are on Twitter @CelticStudents and on Facebook @CelticStudents too. We will be using the hashtag #CelticStudents2021 throughout the conference, so please use it and share your experience as well!


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