“From Late Antiquity to Early Modernity: Towards a New History of Gaelic Literature, A.D. 250–1750”
Professor David Dumville,
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies,
18 February – 29 July 2013.
A series of lectures in memory of Proinsias Mac Cana to be delivered in the Royal Irish Academy and the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies by:
Professor David Dumville
Sixth-century Professor in History, Palaeography & Celtic University of Aberdeen
18 February – 29 July
Threads and Titles:
(lectures 1-8): Introductory and general
(lectures 9-16): Interactions
(lectures 17-24): Classes, genres, periods, transmissions
(lectures 25-32): Continuity and change
(lectures 33-40): Selected issues and summation
Lectures 1–2 will be given in the Royal Irish Academy on 18 February 2013 from 11.00 to 12.00 and 2.00 to 3.00.
Lectures 3–8 will be given in the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies on 25 February, 4 March and 11 March from 2.00 to 3.00 and 3.30 to 4.30, with tea between each lecture.
The dates and times for subsequent lectures will be announced in due course.
Attendance is open to all. There will be no fee and no requirement to register.
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