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Colm Cille 1500: Téacsanna agus Traidisiúin / Texts and Traditions

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Ag comóradh Colm Cille / Commemorating Colum Cille 1500

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Online Library Lunchtime Lecture Series in collaboration with Coiste Léann na Gaeilge, Litríocht na Gaeilge agus na gCultúr Ceilteach

Colm Cille 1500: Téacsanna agus Traidisiúin / Columba 1500: Texts and Traditions

Dé Céadaoin ag am lóin 1.00-2.00i.n./ Wednesday at lunchtime 1.00-2.00pm

25 Lúnasa/ August:

Timothy O'Neill: 'The Cathach, Colum Cille and the foundation of the manuscript tradition'

Lecture in English.

1 Meán Fómhair/ September:

‘Politics, Piety and Poetry: Early Columban Texts and Traditions’

Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha: ‘The achievements of Adomnán’

Jacopo Bisagni: ‘The Latin background of Amrae Coluimb Chille’.

Lectures in English.

8 Meán Fómhair/ September:

Thomas Owen Clancy: “Tír, tráig, tuile” / “Land, strand and tide”: Colum Cille’s voice and the poetics of place’

Lecture in English.

15 Meán Fómhair/ September:

‘Colm Cille: Lúireach agus Beatha’

Charles Dillon: ‘Sciath Dé do nim umam: Lúireach Cholm Cille’

Colm Ó Cuaig: ‘Beatha Cholaim Chille: An téacs, a fhoinsí agus a údar’

Léachtaí as Gaeilge.

29 Meán Fómhair/ September:

‘Colm Cille: An Oidhreacht Seandálaíochta agus Béaloidis’

Brian Lacey: ‘Colm Cille: An Oidhreacht Seandálaíochta’

Ailbhe Nic Giolla Chomhaill: ‘Colm Cille i dtraidisiún béil na Gaeltachta ó thus an 20ú haois i leith’

Léachtaí as Gaeilge.

6 Deireadh Fómhair/ October:

Ann Buckley: ‘Devotion to Colum Cille in the Medieval Liturgy’

Lecture in English.

Only one booking is required for the series. You will receive the link to each online lecture the day before they are due to take place.

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