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Mon Dec 22 1997

Confs: Comparative Celtic Ling, Medieval Irish Studies

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  1. Javier Martinez Garcia, Summer School in Comparative Celtic Linguistics and Medieval Irish Studies

Message 1: Summer School in Comparative Celtic Linguistics and Medieval Irish Studies

Date: Sat, 20 Dec 1997 02:08:27 +0100
From: Javier Martinez Garcia <martinezem.uni-frankfurt.de>
Subject: Summer School in Comparative Celtic Linguistics and Medieval Irish Studies

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 Fourth Maynooth Summer School in
Comparative Celtic Linguistics and Medieval Irish Studies
 24th. August - 4th. September, 1998

 The Fourth Maynooth Summer School in Comparative Celtic Linguistics
and Medieval Irish Studies is due to be held at Maynooth from Mon. 24th.
August to Fri. 4th. September, 1998, inclusive (11 days classes with
Sunday 30th. Aug. free).
The tuition fee (including morning and afternoon tea/coffee) will be
IRL150 and thirteen days' self catering on-campus accommodation a
further IRL170 (considerably cheaper acommodation sharing houses, flats
etc. in the town may probably be booked via the College's Accommodation
Office, if preferred).
 The teaching team will be myself (Prof. Kim McCone, Maynooth -
organiser), Prof. Liam Breatnach (Trinity), Prof. Ma/ire Herbert
(UCCork), Prof. Damian McManus (Trinity), Prof. Ruairi/ O/ hUiginn
(Maynooth), Dr. Colma/n Etchingham (Maynooth), Dr. Catherine Swift
(Maynooth), Dr. Juergen Uhlich (Trinity).
Flyers and brochures will be available shortly and can be obtained by
contacting me via snail at Dept.
of Old Irish, National University of Ireland (Maynooth), Maynooth, Co.
Kildare, Ireland or by e-mail at krmcconecompuserve.com.

Further information will also be posted shortly on my homepage
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/krmccone. The programme, which
is based on two choices per slot, is as follows:

9.00 Comparative Celtic Phonology (McCone)
or Pre-Norman Irish History (Etchingham)

10.00 Comparative Celtic Morphology (McCone)
or Early Irish Archaeology (Swift)
 11.00 Morning coffee
11.30 Middle Irish (S hUiginn)
or Early Irish Prose Literature (Herbert - week 1)
 Early Irish Poetry (Breatnach -week 2)
 12.30 Lunch
14.00 Introduction to Middle Welsh (McManus)
or Early Irish Prose Literature (Herbert - week 1)
 Early Irish Poetry (Breatnach - week 2)

15.00 Introduction to Old Irish (McManus)
or Early Irish Saga Text (McCone)
 16.00 Afternoon tea
16.30 Introduction to Modern Irish (S hUiginn)
or Old Irish Legal Tract (Breatnach)

17.30 Early Modern Irish (McManus)
or Continental Celtic (Uhlich)
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