New Funding Sought
Past Funding Record
The Centre's Renaissance Latin Texts of Ireland project is a unique enterprise of great importance to the history of Irish intellectual culture, but it currently lacks the basic funding that would allow us to maintain and develop its research activities.
We are seeking two different strands of funding:
Value for Money
The activities of the Centre are of central importance to Irish historians and literary scholars in an age in which advanced knowledge of Latin is increasingly rare. Scholars at the Centre have a record of high productivity and prestigious publications. All out-put that has been enabled by external funding is prominently acknowledged in our work. We are also willing to attach the name of significant benefactors to specific project activities or facilities, such as the proposed lecture series.
The Centre for Neo-Latin Studies is based in the Department of Classics, University College Cork, and is run in collaboration with the Department of History. A small core of academic staff can therefore be maintained without external funding. However, in order to pursue major research projects, such as the Irish Neo-Latin Project additional, external funding is essential.
The Centre has a strong record of gaining funding:
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