Showing posts from September, 2020

Proceedings of the 2019 Celtic Students Conference

We are thrilled to announce the publication of the Proceedings of our 2019 Celtic Students Conference!  We are very proud to have included papers in Brezhoneg, Gaeilge & GĂ idhlig.  Please join us for an official launch at the #CelticStudents2020 online conference, 15-18 October !  In the meantime, feel free to order your copy 👉 here 👈 Many thanks to our brilliant editors Julieta Abella & Kieran Walker for all the work they have put in, and to all contributors (some of which are presenting again this year!):  ClĂ©ment Guillanton ("Ar Brederouriezh e Brezhoneg: A-zivout ar c‘helenn prederouriezh e Brezhoneg")  Jeff Justice ("Reflections in Democratic Mirrors: The Plight of the Celtic Languages in Parliaments")  Michal Baran ("Friction and Voicing Length as Phonetic Correlates in the Fortis-lenis Distinction of the Welsh Fricatives")  Feena TĂłibĂ­n ("Dubhghlas de hÍde agus a bhlianta tosaigh mar bhailitheoir bĂ©aloidis")  Nina Cnockaert-Gui

Celtic Students Podcast

You can now listen to our Celtic Students Podcast! In this podcast, we talk about lots of different aspects of Celtic Studies, and about the Celtic languages and cultures. Our different guests will discuss their interests, passions and projects in English, Irish, Gaelic, Manx, Welsh, Cornish, or Breton. We hope you enjoy!  You can contact us and learn more on Twitter (@CelticStudents) and Facebook . For information about our annual conference to be held online on 15-18 October, go to ! ➩ Episode 1: "What is the Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain?" with Adam Dahmer, DĂ©irdre NĂ­ MhathĂșna, Christopher Lewin and Nina Cnockaert-Guillou [in English]. ➩ Episode 2: "LADTA+ na Gaeilge" with StiofĂĄn Ó Briain and Eoin McEvoy [as Gaeilge]. ➩ Episode 3: "Bunscoill Ghaelgagh & the Manx-speaking community" with Nina Cnockaert-Guillou, Nicola Tooms and David Kilgallon [in English]. ➩ Episode 4 to be released on