COVID-19: Second Semester Teaching 2020/21

Celtic Civilisation: Covid-19 and teaching for the second semester of the 2020/21 academic year

In response to the evolving Public Health Advice and following on from the letter sent by the Interim President to all students, all our classes are to remain online at the beginning of the semester.

The Department of Early and Medieval Irish is committed to delivering as much teaching as possible on campus and, if and when University and public health guidelines permit, it is our intention to resume some face-to-face teaching later in the second semester. 

Semester 2 lectures will begin online on Monday 25 January.


Timetable for the second semester, 2020/21

Below, please find a .pdf of the teaching timetable in Celtic Civilisation for the second semester of the 2020/21 academic year.

  • Lectures high-lighted in yellow will be delivered solely online for the duration of Semester 2.
  • All other lectures will be offered face-to-face on campus as soon as this is allowed by University and public health guidelines. These will also be recorded and made available subsequently online for the benefit of students for whom physical attendance is not feasible.

Full class timetable information will be available on Canvas once you are registered for the individual modules.

Further details about the modules on offer are also available (

2020-2021 Celtic Civilisation Timetable, Semester 2 [PDF] 22-01-2021


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