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CAM 2014 - Bruxelles

Comme annoncé, la journée annuelle consacrée à l’archéologie des Ages des Métaux dans nos régions se tiendra le samedi 22 février et proposera, comme chaque année un programme particulièrement riche et varié. Elle se tiendra à l’Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles, 29 rue Vautier à Bruxelles.

En voici le programme :

10H     A. LE HOERFF

L’Age du Bronze dans l’aire transmanche au miroir du projet européen BOAT 1550BC

10H20 Freeke DE RIDDER

Een studie naar de relatie tussen identiteit en bronstijd-objecten uit het Scheldebekken (in Oost- et West-Vlaa-nderen)

10H40 Alain HENTON

Fouille d’un enclos circulaire à Douvrin (Pas-de-Calais) : la problématique des sépultures annexes à inhumation de l’Age du Bronze en Nord-Picardie.

11H café

11H20 Quentin BOURGEOIS – David FONTIJN

11H40 Cristina RIBUETA HERRADA

New Light on the Early Bronze Age of South-West Europe : The Argaric Settlement and Cemetery of La Bastida de Totana (Murcia)

12H30 lunch

14H     Mads HOLT

Iron Age Battle Site

14H50 Johan HOORNE

Een veld vol kuilen : nederzetting uit de late Bronstid op The Loop (Sint-Denijs-Westrem, Flanders Expo, Oost-Vlaanderen)

15H10 Yann LORIN

Fouille préventive sur la ZAC Saint-Martin à Aire-sur-la-Lys (Pas-de-Calais)

15H30 Guy DE MULDER – Luc VAN IMPE

Een reeks 14C-datering op crematies uit het urnengrafveld van Donk (Herk-de-Stad)

15H50 Café

16H20 Elise MAIRE

Résultats de l’étude pluridisciplinaire du Bronze Final-Hallstatt C à Metz (Moselle)

16H40 Ariadni DIMITRAKOPOULOU

Red Painted Pottery from the Kemmelberg

17H     Claire GOFFIOUL

Découverte de trois sites protohistoriques à Wanze : bilan 2012-2013

17H20 Barbara VESELKA

Late IJzertid pars pro toto crematies in Oosterhout (Nederland)

17H40 Didier LAMOTTE – Nicolas SCHIFAUER

Un cas singulier de dépôt de crémation dans une nécropole du troisième siècle av. J.C. en territoire nervien

CSANA 2014 - USA

Celtic Studies Association of North America

Annual Conference

Virginia Tech at the Hotel Roanoke

March 6–8, 2014

Thursday, March 6, 2014

8:50: Opening remarks

Joseph F. Eska (Dept. English, Virginia Tech)

9:00–11:00: Session 1, The Medieval British Isles

9:00 Claire Adams, Harvard University

Constructive Conflict ? Warring, Raiding, and Fighting in the Early Medieval British Isles

9:30 Lindy Brady, University of Mississippi

The Welsh Frontier in Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum

10:00 Georgia Henley, Harvard University

The Transmission and Use of English Sources in Medieval Welsh Chronicle Writing

10:30 Joshua Byron Smith, University of Arkansas

Walter Map’s Welsh Reception : How a Twelfth-Century Cleric became a Great Man of Letters in Nineteenth-Century Wales

11:00–11:20: Break

11:20–12:20: Plenary 1

Thomas Charles-Edwards, University of Oxford

Peniarth MS 35 and Medieval Welsh Law

12:20–2:00: Lunch

2:00–3:30: Session 2, Irish Literature

2:00 Geraldine Parsons, University of Glasgow

Editing the Acallam: A Single-Witness Edition of Rawl. B. 487

2:30 Anna Pagé, University of California, Los Angeles Ambiguity and Taboo in the Conception of Irish Heroes

3:00 Matthieu Boyd, Fairleigh Dickinson University

Eochaid Feidlech’s Family and the Framing of the Táin

3:30–3:50: Break

3:50–5:50: Session 3, Politics

3:50 Anne Connon, Ohio Dominican University

Carving up Crúachan: The Division of Ceremonial Sites between Rival Septs in Early Medieval Connacht

4:20 M. Joseph Wolf, Virginia Tech

Was the Tynwald an Óenach? Trying to make sense of the Tynwald as a pre-Norse Assembly Place in the Isle of Man

4:50 Patrick Wadden, Belmont Abbey College

International, Political, and Cultural Connections in Do Feartaib Cairnich

5:20 Daniel Melia, University of California, Berkeley

Lady Macbeth was Right

6:00: Reception

Friday, March 7, 2014

9:00–11:00: Session 4, Medieval Literature

9:00 Lawrence Eson, Front Range Community College

Weaving, Fate, and Female Voice in Celtic and Norse Heroic Literature

9:30 Elizabeth Gray, Harvard University

Visible Raven, Virtual Wolf : Deirdre as Satirist and Fénnid in Longes mac nUislenn

10:00 Amy C. Mulligan, University of Notre Dame

A Transnational Irish Sea Current : Cædmon, Cenn Fáelad and Vernacular Literary Origin Myths

10:30 Charles MacQuarrie, California State University, Bakersfield

Is the Early Celtic Poetry of Scotland any Good ?

11:00–11:20: Break

11:20–12:20: Plenary 2

Peter Schrijver, University of Utrecht

Linguistic Light on Dark Age Britain : The Loss of Cases in Latin and British Celtic

12:20–2:00: Lunch

2:00–3:30: Session 5, Saints

2:00 Eric Graff, Pontifical College Josephinum

On the Hidden Chronology of the Catalogus Sanctorum Hiberniae and the Implications of a Rehabilitated Text

2:30 Julianne Pigott, University of Cambridge

Cumann Comnae : Setting the Boundaries of Salvation in the Lismore Life of Saint Senán

3:00 Máire Johnson, Elizabethtown College

The Injuries for Insult : Punishing Verbal Assault in Ireland’s Medieval Hagiography

3:30–3:50: Break

3:50–5:50: Session 6, Law and Medicine

3:50 Robin Chapman Stacey, University of Washington Revisiting the Burlesque (in Medieval Welsh Law)

4:20 Lizabeth Johnson, University of New Mexico

Coverture in Medieval Wales

4:50 Deborah Hayden, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies

Observations on the “Doors of Death” in an Irish Medical Catechism

5:20 Bridgette Slavin, Medaille College

An Irish Medieval Murder Mystery ? Duinetháide in Early Irish Legal and Literary Texts

Saturday, March 8, 2014

9:00–10:30: Session 7, Medieval Welsh Sources

9:00 Helen Fulton, University of York

NLW MS Peniarth 50 and the Medieval March of Wales

9:30 Myriah Williams, University of Cambridge

Ys celuit ae dehoglho : Interpreting a Dream ?

10:00 Nahir I. Otaño Gracia, University of Massachusetts

Reappropriating Wales, Reappropriating Arthur : Brut y Brenhinedd as a Rewriting of the Historia Regum Brittaniae

10:30–10:50: Break

10:50–11:50: Plenary 3

Edel Bhreathnach, The Discovery Programme, Ireland

Senchas: How was History Created and Used in Medieval Ireland?

11:50–1:30: Lunch

1:30–3:00: Seminar Text

Cyff Clêr: Poems for a Bardic Roast

Led by David Klausner, University of Toronto

3:00–3:20: Break

4

3:20–4:50: Session 8, The Classical World

3:20 Michael Meckler, The Ohio State University

The Introduction of Wine among the Irish

3:50 Paul Russell, University of Cambridge

Ofydd, Fferyll(t) and Dwned : Welsh ofydd “Love Poetry,” fferyll(t) “Magic,” and dwned “Elementary Grammar”

4:20 Timothy Bridgman, Binghamton University

Names and Naming Conventions of Celtic Peoples in Pliny the Elder’s Naturalis Historia

4:50–5:00: Break

5:-00–6:30: CSANA Business Meeting

7:00: Conference Banquet

CSANA 2014 Organizing Committee: Charlene M. Eska and Joseph F. Eska

LES CELTES EN ITALIE - Bruxelles

Comme chaque année, la Journée Belge d’Etudes Celtologiques et Comparatives, ce samedi 8 février, a connu un excellent succès, tant au niveau de son auditoire qu’à celui, exceptionnel, des intervenants. Le programme précis n’ayant pas pu être donné dans le bulletin de janvier, il est rappelé ici dans toute sa richesse :

* Venceslas KRUTA (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris) Formation et specificité des Celtes d’Italie

* Luana KRUTA-POPPI () Les Boïens : des Cispadans à la lueur des dernières découvertes

* Eugène WARMENBOL (Institut des Hautes Etudes de Belgique) Les cruches étrusques en Belgique : importation anciennes, importations modernes

* Cécile EVERS (ULB) Du pape au banquier : les tribulations d’une amulette

* Sasja VAN DER VAART (RULeiden) A Forgotten Chieftain’s Grave in Southern Netherlands : Wijk and its “Etruscan” Chariot

* Daniele VITALI (Un. Dijon) La nécropole de Monte Bibele et les Celtes dans la région de Bologne. 

irish conference

of Mediævalists

Dear all,

The Call for Papers for the 28th Irish Conference of Medievalists can be found at

http://www.irishmedievalists.com/.

We particularly welcome the submission of panels this year.

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is April 15th.

We look forward to seeing you in Dublin this summer.

Regards


ICM Committee
 

UCD Dublin

Belfield

Dublin 4

EARLY irish MUSIC

Prof. Fergus Kelly’s Statutory Lecture about "Early Irish Music : an Overview of the Linguistic and Documentary evidence", from last year's Tionól (15 Nov 2013) is now available as a video plus handout at :
http://www.dias.ie/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6427:statutory-publiclecture2013&catid=26&Itemid=24&lang=en
 

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