Event: CAMPS Labs, Semester 2 2014, NUIG

Centre for Antique, Medieval and Pre-Modern Studies, NUIG

Upcoming CAMPS Labs (semester two, 2014)

Venues currently to be confirmed. Check website for details: http://www.nuigalway.ie/camps/

Friday 17 January 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Mark Stansbury, Classics, NUIG: ‘Insular Latin and insular manuscripts’

Friday 24 January 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Ian Woods, History, Leeds: ‘Debating the Fall of Rome from the Ancien Régime to the creation of Late Antiquity’

Friday 31 January 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Máirín MacCarron, History, NUIG. ‘Bede and Time’ — title to be confirmed

Friday 7 February 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Exequiel Monge Allen, Old and Middle Irish, NUIG: ‘Humanity, its representation and its redemption in the writings of St Columbanus’

Friday 14 February 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Marion Deane. Old and Middle Irish, Dublin: ‘Buile Suibne: Symptom as desire: an appraisal of Sweeney’s madness’.

Friday 21 February 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Chris Doyle, History, NUIG: ‘The Right Hand of Victory: Triumphal symbolism in the Late Roman Empire’

Friday 28 February 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Elizabeth Boyle, Old and Middle Irish, Maynooth: ‘Absalom, Absalom!: Translating the story of King David in Medieval Ireland.’

Friday 7 March 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Clíodhna Carney, English, NUIG: ‘A Platonic epigraph in Chaucer’

No CAMPS Lab on Friday 14 March (St Patrick’s Day Weekend)

Friday 21 March 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Marie-Louise Coolahan, English, NUIG: ‘RECIRC: The reception and circulation of Early Modern women’s writing, 1550–1700’.

Friday 28 March 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Ciaran MacDonagh, Irish Studies, NUIG: ‘Did medieval Irish monasteries have antiquarians? An examination of the termPrímchríchaire‘.

Friday 4 April 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Feargal Ó Béarra, Gaeilge, NUIG: ‘Authorial concerns and creational motivations in the texts of Aislinge Meic Con Glinne

Friday 11 April 2014, 12.00 noon–14.00
Kim LoPrete, Medieval History, NUIG: ‘Bertrada of Montfort and the sources: A mirror for historians’


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