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September 10-11, 2015
Hosted by Ulster University, Derry
“The overall objectives of this conference are: (i) to look at the later Irish, Scottish, and Icelandic manuscript cultures of this period in a comparative way, (ii) attempt to identify commonalities and differences between scribal practices in each country, and (iii) to establish further avenues for comparative study of the post-print manuscript tradition in the ‘Atlantic fringe’ area.”
For the program, including abstracts, speakers, and talk titles, click here.
Tickets are free, click here to RSVP.
Enquiries to Dr Nioclas Mac Cathmhaoil, Irish and Celtic Studies Research Institute, Ulster University: email@example.com