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Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Celtic Languages: From the Viking Age to Modern Times -- Call for Papers and Conference

Celtic Languages: From the Viking Age to Modern Times

21st NAACLT Conference, 4-6 June 2015, Portland Oregon 

Since 1995 the North American Association for Celtic Language Teachers (NAACLT) has convened an Annual Conference where presentations on various topics relating to teaching and research in Celtic languages are made. The conferences have been very successful in enabling those active in the teaching of Scottish Gaelic, Irish, Manx, Welsh, Breton and Cornish to convene, share ideas, concerns, and maintain further contact.

The conferences are held in different places every year. In 2015 is Portland's turn. In 2013 we were quite lucky to have the conference here in town, at Ottawa University.

The theme this year is “Celtic Languages: From the Viking Age to Modern Times.

Dates: 4-6 June 2015

Location: Portland, Oregon

For conference details (including registration), check:

Also there is a call for papers

NAACLT is offering a $100 scholarship for financial assistance to partially offset the cost of attending the conference. If you are interested in presenting a paper and would benefit from this modest scholarship, please indicate on your submission of the paper that you would like to be considered for the scholarship

Come and celebrate Celtic languages in Oregon 2015!

NAACLT is a non-profit professional organization whose goal is to bring together Celtic language teachers and researchers in Canada and the United States and to foster contacts with others through the world who are interested in promoting the teaching and learning of Celtic languages in North America.

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