New seminar series launched.Read more
29 Jan 2020
27 Jan 2020
On the 24 January in the Seomra Caidrimh, O’Rahilly Building, UCC, Dr James Kapalo of the Study of Religions Department launched new publication, Charms, Charmers and Charming in Ireland: From the Medieval to the Modern. This is the first book to examine the full range of the evidence for Irish charms. As Ireland has one of the oldest literatures in Europe, and also one of the most comprehensively recorded folklore traditions, it affords a uniquely rich body of evidence for such an investigation.
10 Oct 2019
Two researchers from the School of Irish Learning won awards in 2019.
Open Researcher of the Year
Dr Clíona O’Carroll – Béaloideas/Folklore and Cork Folklore Project, College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
Research Support Person of the Year
Tomás Mac Conmara – Cork Folklore Project, College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
Bealoideas agus Eitneolaiocht/Folklore and Ethnology
Modern Irish / Roinn na Nua-Ghaeilge
Roinn na Sean- agus na Meán-Ghaeilge / Department of Early and Medieval Irish