Conferences in Celtic & Scottish Studies in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures.
Ulidia VI Fíanaigecht III
A joint meeting of the Ulster Cycle and Finn Cycle Conferences, hosted by the Scottish Celtic departments at Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, and the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig is a biennial academic conference series established in 2000 to promote research on any and all topics related to Gaelic as well as to promote research through the medium of Gaelic. We welcome the submission of abstracts for research papers and for posters on any area of scholarship relating to Gaelic, including literature (oral and written), song and musical traditions, history, onomastics, linguistics, sociolinguistics, education, language policy, media studies, politics, social policy, economics, and so forth.
’S e co-labhairt sgoilearach a thèid a chumail gach dàrna bliadhna a tha ann an Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig. Chaidh an sreath cho-labhairtean seo a stèidheachadh anns a’ bhliadhna 2000 gus gach seòrsa rannsachaidh co-cheangailte ris a’ Ghàidhlig, agus gus cleachdadh na Gàidhlig ann an rannsachadh, adhartachadh.
Announcing the programme for our fifth annual colloquium, which this year focuses on Celtic and Scandinavian mythology.
The 4th Annual Colloquium on Thinking about Celtic Mythology in the 21st Century will take place on the 19th and 20th of November 2016.
Gaelic broadcasting and the media was the focus of a one-day conference organised at Edinburgh University in March, with campaign groups’ representatives, broadcasters and audiences debating current issues and potential future developments.
Chaidh saoghal craolaidh na Gàidhlig a chur fon phrosbaig aig co-labhairt an Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann anns a’ Mhàrt le riochdairean bho luchd-cleachdaidh, craoladairean is eile a’ deasbad an t-suidheachaidh a th’ann an dràsta, agus dè dh’fhaodadh a bhith an dàn.
The 3rd Annual Colloquium will be held at the University of Edinburgh on 24-25 October 2015. It will include a day conference on Celtic Mythology on the Saturday and there will be informal discussion of potential developments within the field of Celtic Studies on the Sunday.