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

  ūüö® 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 #G√†idhlig . Simultaneous interpretation will be provided for these papers! ūüó£ Our keynote speakers this year are Prof. Barry Lewis and Prof. Regina U√≠ Chollat√°in. 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 U√≠ Chollat√°in of University College Dublin and Foras na Gaeilge will speak on Saturday night about "M√°ir√≠n U√≠ Mhuir√≠osa (1906-1982): Scol√°ire ceannr√≥da√≠och an L√©inn Cheiltigh agus COB√ĀC&q

Celtic Students Podcast, season 2, ep 10: Linguistic Anthropology and Irish

[Gaeilge] San eipeas√≥id seo, labhra√≠onn Alexandra Philbin agus Kieran Walker le Steve Coleman , antraipeola√≠ teangeola√≠och at√° ag obair mar l√©acht√≥ir sa Roinn Antraipeola√≠ochta in Ollscoil Mh√° Nuad. Pl√©ann siad an tr√©imhse a chaith Steve sa Ghaeltacht i R√°th Chairn le linn a dhocht√ļireachta, an taighde antraipeola√≠och at√° idir l√°mha aige a bhaineann leis an nGaeilge agus na molta√≠ at√° aige do mhic agus d’in√≠onacha l√©inn a bhfuil suim acu sa chine√°l taighde seo. T√° an eipeas√≥id seo i nGaeilge agus i mB√©arla. √ďstaigh: Alexandra Philbin agus Kieran Walker Aoi: Steve Coleman F√©ach ar an liosta th√≠os de na heagra√≠ochta√≠, ceolt√≥ir√≠, scr√≠bhneoir√≠, acad√≥ir√≠ agus saothair a luadh san eipeas√≥id seo chun tuilleadh eolais a fh√°il. [English] In this episode, Alexandra Philbin and Kieran Walker speak to Steve Coleman , a linguistic anthropologist working as a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology in Maynooth University. They discuss the time Steve spent in the Gaeltacht in R√°th Chairn d

Celtic Students Podcast, season 2, ep 9: Gwneud Doethuriaeth mewn Pandemic

Dyma ein podlediad Cymraeg cyntaf! Mae'n sgwrs rhwng Alan Kersaudy, myfyriwr o Lydaw, a Jack Pulman-Slater. Myfyriwr doethuriaeth ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd ydy Jack, arbenigwr ar gwestiynau goslef ag ynganiad y Gymraeg, a thiwtor Cymraeg cyfeillgar ac angerddol hefyd. Gwnaeth Alan ofyn iddo am y profiad o ysgrifennu traethawd doethuriaeth mewn pandemic, am yr asgogiadau a'i dywysodd ar y ffordd 'ma, ac am ei syniadau ar y gwahanol ddulliau dysgu Cymraeg ar lein ar y pryd...  This is our first Welsh-language podcast, and a conversation between Alan Kersaudy, a Rennes 2 University student and Jack Pulman-Slater, a PhD student in Cardiff University, specialist on the Welsh prosodic system and a friendly and passionate Welsh tutor. In this talk, Alan asked him about the endeavor of making a dissertation during this challenging time, the motivations that guided him on this path, and his thoughts and doubts on the different Welsh self-teaching apps and online tools available out th