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Celtic: Oxford Celtic Seminar

Oxford Celtic Seminar

Celtic Seminar

Hilary Term 2022

The Celtic Seminar will be held jointly this term by Oxford and the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (CAWCS), Aberystwyth. All Oxford seminars will be at 5.15 pm on Thursdays either hybrid (online and in person) or online-only via Microsoft Teams. Where held in person, Oxford seminars are in the History of the Book Room, English Faculty, Manor Road. Please contact david.willis@jesus.ox.ac.uk if you need a link. All CAWCS seminars will be held online at 5.00 pm on Thursdays via Zoom. Please contact a.elias@wales.ac.uk for the link.

20 January at Oxford (via Teams)

Hugh Brodie (University of Oxford)

1257 and all that: The Battle of Cymerau revisited

27 January at CAWCS (via Zoom)

David Parsons (CAWCS)

Mapping Tudor Wales: The ‘list of parishes’ in Peniarth MS 147

3 February at CAWCS (via Zoom)

Simon Brooks (in Welsh)

‘Ashton boy yn estyn bys’: Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg sir Gaer a sir Gaerhirfryn, yn yr ail a’r drydedd genhedlaeth yn enwedig

10 February at Oxford (format tba)

Matthew Frank Stevens (Swansea University)

Segregation and integration in the towns of medieval Wales

17 February at CAWCS (via Zoom)

Karen Stöber (Universitat de Lleida)

Royal anger and royal tears: Emotions in the Book of Deeds of James I of Aragon

24 February at Oxford (format tba)

Karolina Rosiak (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań)

Migration, demography and minority language learning: A case of Wales

3 March at CAWCS (via Zoom)

Geraldine Lublin (Swansea University)

Settler colonialism and Welsh Patagonia

10 March at Oxford (hybrid)

Mark Williams (University of Oxford)

Magic and violence in Pedeir Keinc y Mabinogi

17 March at CAWCS (via Zoom)

Eurig Salisbury (Aberystwyth University) (in Welsh)

‘Cawn gynnar howddgar ha’: Carolau haf Huw Morys (1622–1709) a’i gyfoeswyr