Fifth Maynooth Summer School in Celtic and Medieval Irish Studies
Monday 27th. August - Friday 7th. September, 2001
(Contact krmccone@compuserve.com)

9.00    Comparative Celtic Morphology (McCone)
or      Pre-Norman Irish History (Mac Shamhráin)

10.00   Early Irish Saga Text (McCone)
or      Early Irish Archaeology (Mac Shamhráin)

11.00   Morning coffee

11.30   Introduction to Old Irish (McManus)
or      Middle Irish (” hUiginn)

12.30   Lunch

14.00   Introduction to Modern Irish (” hUiginn)
or      Early Irish Poetry (Breatnach)

15.00   Introduction to Old Irish (McManus)
or      Old Irish Legal Tract (Breatnach)

16.00   Afternoon tea

16.30   Comparative Celtic Phonology (Uhlich)
or      Early Modern Irish (McManus)

17.30   Early Irish Saga Literature (McCone)
or      Continental Celtic (Uhlich)

On-Campus self-catering ACCOMMODATION IR£210 (26th.Aug. - 8th. Sept.
inclusive)
TUITION FEES (including tea/coffee) IR£170

Further details and brochure with application form available from:

Gearóidin Ní Ruadháin
Faculty of Celtic Studies
National University of Ireland Maynooth
Maynooth
County Kildare
Ireland

If so desired, the following may be pasted into a suitable application,
printed out as an APPLICATION FORM and sent to Prof. Kim McCone, Dept. of
Old Irish, National University of Ireland Maynooth (etc. as above).

(To be detached and sent with accompanying deposit
 to address on  front panel. ENVELOPE MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED SUMMER
SCHOOL).

Name__________________________________

Address________________________________

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Tel.________________    Fax_______________

E-mail__________________________________

Cross out what doesn't apply:
I shall /shall not  require on-campus accommodation.
I enclose a non-refundable deposit of
IR£25  without/IR£40  with on-campus accommodation.
The following is a non-binding indication of
the courses I wish to pursue (ring selections):
1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 ,
9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 .
Payment of the deposit (and later the balance) should be
by cheque or bank draft, preferably in Irish Pounds but otherwise the
equivalent in a major negotiable currency (Sterling, US Dollar, DMark
etc.), made out to
Kim McCone. Anyone wishing to pay the balance in cash
on arrival may do so in Irish Pounds only.
Quelle: e-mail von Kim McCone, 29.1.01

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