segunda-feira, 19 de setembro de 2011

Harvard Celtic Colloquium 2011

31st Annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium

7–9 October 2011
The Thompson Room (Room 110)
Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street

The John V. Kelleher Lecture
Thursday, October 6, 2011, 5:00 p.m.
Harvard Faculty Club, 20 Quincy Street

Huw Pryce • Professor of Welsh History • Bangor University
Culture, Identity and the Medieval Revival in Victorian Wales

2011 Colloquium Sessions

October 7, 2011
Dydd Gwener / Dé hAoine / Friday

9:00-10:30 A.M. SESSION ONE

Deborah Furchtgott (Harvard University) "Ystorya Adaf ac Efa Wreic" and the the Apocryphal Narratives of the White Book of Rhydderch

Joey McMullen (Harvard University)
Three Major Forts to be Built for Her: Rewriting History through the Landscape in Breuddwyd Maxen Wledig

Mac Harris (UCLA)
Neighborliness in the White Book of Rhydderch

10:45 A.M.-12:15 P.M. SESSION TWO

Sìm Innes, Margaret Harrison, Barbara Hillers (Harvard University)
A Mixed Media Folklore Trove

Natasha Sumner (Harvard University)
From Cape Breton to Cambridge, MA: Ceudach’s Adventures in North America

Barbara Hillers (Harvard University)
"The Knight in the Green Cloak" and Other Irish Folklore Marvels

1:30-3:00 P.M. SESSION THREE

Stuart Dunmore (University of Edinburgh)
Decline, Revival, and the "Theory of Cornish Distinctiveness": The Historiography of Early Modern Cornwall

Fabienne Goalabré (University of the Highlands and Islands)
Breton and Gaelic-Medium Schools: A Study of Parental Choice and Language Use Within the Households

Grace Neville (University College Cork)
Tonguetwisted: Language, Children and Violence in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century France and Ireland

3:15-4:45 P.M. SESSION FOUR

Maire Johnson (Oklahoma State University – Stillwater)
Toward the Dating of Vita I S Brigitae

Alice Hutton Sharp (University of Toronto)
Creation and Redemption in Twelfth-Century Welsh Hagiography

Brian Douglass (University of York)
Seeking a "Desert in the Ocean": The Construction of Ascetic Space in Early Medieval Ireland

5:00-6:00 P.M. SESSION FIVE

Niamh Ní Shiadhail (University College Dublin)
"Cuirim ar m’anam nach ar mhaithe leó bhíos": Irish-Language Poets and Irish Society Teachers in the Early Nineteenth Century

Irene Whelan (Manhattanville College)
The Quest for a "Protestant" St. Patrick and the Origins of the Celtic Revival

October 8, 2011
Dydd Sadwrn/ Dé Sathairn / Saturday

9:00-10:30 A.M. SESSION SIX

Erin Boon (Harvard University)
Heritage Welsh: the Characteristics of Dormant Language

Ryan Sandell (UCLA)
Evidence for Acrostatic Presents in Old Irish?

Joe Eska (Virginia Tech)
A Salvage Grammar of Galatian

10:45 A.M.-12:15 P.M. SESSION SEVEN

Edyta Lehmann (Harvard University)
Speaking Against Fate: The Story of Derdriu as a Bildungsroman

Matthieu Boyd (Fairleigh Dickinson University)
Celt And Kwak’wala Speaker

Thomas Owen Clancy (University of Glasgow)
From Brideswell to Exmagirdle: Saints and their Cults in the Place-Names of Scotland

1:30-2:30 P.M. SESSION EIGHT

Craig Davis (Smith College)
Cædmon and the Fate of the Britons in Anglo-Saxon England

Nancy Edwards (Bangor University)
Recording Early Medieval Inscribed Stones and Stone Sculpture in North Wales

2:45-4:15 P.M. SESSION NINE

Roxanne Reddington-Wilde (Cambridge College)
Color Me Celtic: Hue, Value and Intensity in Scottish Gaelic, Celtic and Indo-European Languages

Ríona Nic Congáil (St. Patrick’s College)
Through the Looking-Glass: A Contextual History of Irish-Language Children’s Literature

Philip O’Leary (Boston College)
Reasoning Why after Fifty Years: The Easter Rising in Eoghan Ó Tuarisc’s Dé Luain (1966) and Bobi Jones’s Daw’r Pasg i Bawb (1969)

4:30-6:00 P.M. SESSION TEN

Georgia Henley (Harvard University)
Revision, Redaction and Self-Quotation in Gerald of Wales’s Itinerarium Kambriae

Owain Wyn Jones (Bangor University)
Valle Crucis and Medieval Welsh Historical Writing

Rhun Emlyn (University of Aberystwyth)
Rebels and Exiles: Welsh Graduates’ Careers and the Glyndŵr Rebellion

October 9, 2011

Dydd Sul/ Dé Domhnaigh / Sunday

9:30-10:30 A.M. SESSION ELEVEN

Lindy Brady (University of Connecticut)
Grafting in Old Irish Literature and Law

Bryan Carella (Assumption College)
Divine Law in the Pauline Commentary of Das Bibelwerk

10:45-11:45 A.M. SESSION TWELVE

Anthony Vitt (Independent Scholar)
Contextualizing Peredur: Methodological Considerations and the Evidence of Peniarth 7

Sarah Zeiser (Harvard University)
Bragmaticus omnibus Brittonibus: David, Sulien, and an Ecclesiastical Dynasty in Conquest-era Wales


Matthew Holmberg (Harvard University)
Lugaid mac Con: One Túath’s Villain, Another's Hero

Anna Pagé (UCLA)
On the Significance of Stones in the Birth Narratives of Irish Heroes, Kings and Saints

Joseph Nagy (UCLA)
Medieval Irish Poets and Personal Hygiene

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