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596. Language, Literature, Learning: New Research in Celtic Studies

Wednesday, 7 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., 306, WSCC

Program arranged by the Discussion Group on Celtic Languages and Literatures

Presiding: Richard Murphy, Univ. of South Carolina, Spartanburg

Richard Murphy's Annotation:
The title of Sarah McKibben's paper is "Seeing Blindness in Irish Poetry: What Can Disability Studies Teach Irish Studies?"
Barbara Hillers is unable to attend this year's convention.
Business meeting following panel at 6:45, 306 WSCC. Nominations for Executive Committee welcome.

1. "Learning and Literacy in Twelfth-Century Ireland: The Irish Odyssey between Literacy and Orality," Barbara Lisa Hillers, Harvard Univ.

2. "Revolting Gaelic: Rebellious Scottish Codes in Scott and Stevenson," Anna Faktorovich, Edinboro Univ. of Pennsylvania

3. "Blindness and Poetic Vision in Eighteenth-Century Irish Poetry," Sarah Elizabeth McKibben, Univ. of Notre Dame

4. "The Language of Diplomacy and Conquest in Eleventh-Century Wales," Sarah Zeiser, Harvard Univ.


Subjects:

  • Other Literature in English – Irish

  • Other Literature in English – Scottish

  • Other Literatures – General

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